Monday, December 30, 2013

Gérard Mulot - citron, citron vert, pistache!



Gérard Mulot
 
Some of the best macarons in Paris are found here. 
 
 
Although I make some very fine macarons,
I have never been able to make a tree. 
Perhaps it is because they are all too quickly consumed!
 
 
miam-miam
 
 
Gérard Mulot76, rue de Seine
Métro Odéon, Métro Mabillon


14 comments:

Debs said...

Now that's what I call a tree!

M said...

Miam-miam, indeed!!!!

Revrunner said...

I don't think I've ever tasted a macaron.

The Greenockian said...

Very inventive!
Liz

Alexa said...

I'm feeling very sorry for Revrunner! (On the other hand, it's something to look forward to.) Next time you make macaroons, invite me, Genie. I promise to keep all consumers at bay just long enough for you to make a "tree" and photograph it. :~}

Harriet said...

I'll see if I can find out how they are attached. I hope it's with edible filling or something like that so that the macarons can be consumed!

Jeanie said...

I don't make a lot of New Year's Resolutions but one is to learn how to make macarons. (Although Trader Joe's are quite respectable, all things considered!)I would guess they are attached with something like a royal icing or meringue...

Joe said...

This Macaroon tree looks scrumptious Genie. Wishing you many Macaroon Moments in the New Year.

Randy said...

Now that's a tasty tree.

Louis la Vache said...

Oh, yes! Mulot DOES make some of the best macarons in Paris! His shop, in the shadows of Saint-Sulpice as it is, is one of «Louis'» favorites in Paris!

Jack said...

Very pretty, Genie. When does the gang meet to sample your macarons?

Starman said...

:)

Esme said...

If you can make macaroons I am inviting myself over. What flavour tea do you l like?

William Kendall said...

A nicely composed image... though I can't recall eating them myself.