Absolutely Loving: Paulette Macaroons

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Admit it: you were heartbroken when the Concord stopped flying, because you knew it meant no more impromptu flights to Paris for macarons from Ladurée. Rest assured that your macaron deprivation has come to an end! Paulette has secreted a bona fide French pastry master into their Beverly Hills bakery, where he toils day and night for those of us who crave such sweet, featherlight goodness but hate the customs lines at Charles de Gaul. And get this: Paulette will ship these freshly baked lovelies straight to your door. Place your order now, and you could munch on one for breakfast tomorrow morning!
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Seriously, though. Today after brunch my friend Josephine (of Red Thread fame) introduced me to the joys of Paulette macarons. In addition to a Beverly Hills location, they have a shop in San Francisco, where waiting to greet you upon arrival are row after row of softly hued confections in flavours such as salted caramel, jasmine tea, and Sicilian pistachio. Once you make your selection, they stack them single file in a sleek box that would look just as beautiful storing pencils on your desk as it does holding cookies in your cupboard. If you’re in L.A. or SF, you’ve got to get to Paulette. And if not, well thank goodness for FedEx!

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8 Responses to “Absolutely Loving: Paulette Macaroons”

  1. christina Says:

    Oooh. Macaro(o)ns are my favorite! I think a trip to the city is in my imminent future. Thanks for the tip!

  2. Lynne Says:

    These look delicious. I wonder how expensive they are. I went to the Laduree shop in Paris, but they were so ridiculously expensive I couldn’t justify it – I thought they were a rip-off. I love macarons though!

  3. nkp Says:

    Those look incredible, hello salted caramel?! And what beautifully designed packaging, a double whammy. Strangely enough, we have a tiny French bakery just down the street from our home run by a lively frenchman from Provence. I say strange, because I live in the suburbs of a large city, but nonetheless in the deep South. And I swear, his macarons are made by tiny-winged angels, they are THAT good! :0)

  4. kasey Says:

    oh, those looks so good.
    xxoo

  5. Jess LC Says:

    Oh gosh! Those look amazing. I can’t decide which looks better- the food or the box.
    Delightful.
    -Jess!

  6. lex Says:

    i.love.macarons.

  7. vee Says:

    yum, they look so pretty and yummy. love the pastel colors 🙂

  8. krista Says:

    yum-o!!! I seriously just help finish off a box of macaroons my work was sent from Laduree and am craving the Cassis Macaroons something fierce! I am going straight to paulette when I visit LA in the spring….

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Absolutely Loving: Paulette Macaroons

12.jpg

Admit it: you were heartbroken when the Concord stopped flying, because you knew it meant no more impromptu flights to Paris for macarons from Ladurée. Rest assured that your macaron deprivation has come to an end! Paulette has secreted a bona fide French pastry master into their Beverly Hills bakery, where he toils day and night for those of us who crave such sweet, featherlight goodness but hate the customs lines at Charles de Gaul. And get this: Paulette will ship these freshly baked lovelies straight to your door. Place your order now, and you could munch on one for breakfast tomorrow morning!
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Seriously, though. Today after brunch my friend Josephine (of Red Thread fame) introduced me to the joys of Paulette macarons. In addition to a Beverly Hills location, they have a shop in San Francisco, where waiting to greet you upon arrival are row after row of softly hued confections in flavours such as salted caramel, jasmine tea, and Sicilian pistachio. Once you make your selection, they stack them single file in a sleek box that would look just as beautiful storing pencils on your desk as it does holding cookies in your cupboard. If you’re in L.A. or SF, you’ve got to get to Paulette. And if not, well thank goodness for FedEx!

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8 Responses to “Absolutely Loving: Paulette Macaroons”

  1. Catherine Says:

    I’ve never tasted one, but they look melt in the mouth…and almost too pretty to eat.

  2. Luphia Says:

    they look almost too delicious to eat! but i’m sure once i’ve tried one i’ll be stuffing my face! 😉

  3. Kimberlee Says:

    Confession time. I LOVE macroons. But never tasted….. love the idea, the look, the colours and concept, but who knows, to me they may just not do it for me! Too scared to every try them in case the illusion is destroyed! x

  4. stephanie Says:

    I would like these to show up on my step on Valentine’s Day … mmmm!

  5. josephine Says:

    were these a hit on sunday night? i have not dug into the ones i got yet, but i’m looking forward to munching on them with some hot tea.

  6. Kristin @ Contented Me Says:

    is there a prettier cookie than a macaron? i think it’s the blogger-world mvp cookie.

  7. Cherry@NewburghRestoration Says:

    These are so pretty and yummy i bet

  8. callie grayson Says:

    oh thank you … these are my favorite! now i can buy them for myself!!! without the jet lag!!

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