Pied de Coq

Friday, November 25, 2011 6comments No tags Permalink 0

Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving! Pierre and I celebrated with friends (same wonderful hosts as Villabate, coconut-custard and pumpkin pies from Veniero’s. A success.

But now, back to reality…one stuffed with macarons. Ladurée just introduced a new box creation, the ‘Pied de Coq’. How chic is that? This one is the blue/orange/pink hounds tooth pattern. They have three other color combinations, including a black/white/blue, yellow/purple/green, and green/orange. Serious shocks of color.

I ate the pistachio and raspberry ones first…

…then Pierre came home and we devoured the rest. Flavors top to bottom, left to right:
– Vanilla, Raspberry, Coconut, Cinnamon-Raisin (NYC-only flavor)
– Pistachio, Coffee, Black Forest (new this month), and Chocolate

Another box for the set. Piled in the corner. gold tubes for macarons. I can’t decide whether I buy these Ladurée macarons for the boxes or macarons themselves…ahh perhaps a bit of both ;)

  • anonymous
    November 25, 2011

    How come no pictures of the Thanksgiving feast? Everything sounds so SO delicious! As for the Laduree package… LOVE it! I was just thinking a few weeks ago how much I am enjoying the hounds tooth pattern {on clothing} this season. I guess you really can't separate fashion & food :)

  • Anna
    November 25, 2011

    Mmm, looks delicious:)

  • Kathy YL Chan
    November 25, 2011

    Hi Stephanie! Lots of new friends at the Thanksgiving dinner, so didn't want to scare them off by breaking out the big camera hahah. This year – only memories, though I do regret not capturing photos of the ravioli…those were truly amazing. Def agree – fashion + food (esp desserts) go hand in hand!Hi Anna! Thank you – it sure was! ^_^

  • K and S
    November 25, 2011

    I should check the Laduree here in Osaka, to see if they are using that same box, so cute! Your Thanksgiving sounded fabulous!

  • anonymous
    November 26, 2011

    These looks so yummy and would make such a great gift around the holidays.

  • The Traveling Chef Shoes
    November 26, 2011

    Hello,This post as informative. the pictures was amazing with all the different colors. now i'm hungary for dessert. creative and simple. im a fellow foodie with my own food blog, and am now a fan of yours. keep the creative foods coming. http://thetravelingchefshoes.blogspot.com/

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