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Dalloyau Noël 2012 Christmas Collection

Founded in 1802, Maison Dalloyau is one of the oldest pastry shops in Paris. Charles Dalloyau, personal chef to King Louis XIV, was the first in a long line of Dalloyau family members to master the art of pâtisserie, long before the company that bears the family name was born. In fact, the Dalloyau family’s descendants … Continue reading Dalloyau Noël 2012 Christmas Collection

An exquisite chocolate Easter egg from Dalloyau

Spring is in the air at Dalloyau, whose master chocolatiers have hatched a superbly sculpted chocolate Easter egg adorned with signs of the approaching season. Covered in shimmering pearl dust, Dalloyau’s chocolate egg features a bas relief of a songbird perched on some dainty blue blossoms. This artistic yet entirely edible chocolate sculpture is available … Continue reading An exquisite chocolate Easter egg from Dalloyau

Jour du Macaron 2012 (Macaron Day)

The 7th annual edition of Jour du Macaron takes place on Tuesday March 20, 2012. This popular event, a celebration of the sweet and delicate double-sided macaron, is one that is eagerly anticipated by macaron lovers each year. The way it works is deliciously simple. Visitors to Pierre Hermé, Sadaharu Aoki, Laurent Duchêne, Jean-Paul Hévin, … Continue reading Jour du Macaron 2012 (Macaron Day)

Valentine & Valentin, a duo of religieuses from Dalloyau

For Valentine’s Day 2012, Dalloyau has created his and hers gourmand pastries: Valentine & Valentin, a tasty duo of religieuses, the round éclairs first invented in 1856 at the Café Frascati in Paris. The Frascati, an upscale establishment immortalised in the works of Honoré de Balzac and Alexandre Dumas, was located at the corner of … Continue reading Valentine & Valentin, a duo of religieuses from Dalloyau

Dalloyau Bûche de Noël Eclat d’Or and Féérie de Lumière

With its origins dating back to 1682, Dalloyau has been making exquisite cakes and pastries for more than 300 years. The renowned Parisian pastry shop, chocolatier and caterer today has several stores in Paris as well as boutiques in Japan, Korea, Dubai and Doha. For this year’s holiday collection the theme is gold and light, … Continue reading Dalloyau Bûche de Noël Eclat d’Or and Féérie de Lumière

First annual Fête de la Gastronomie

France’s first Fête de la Gastronomie is taking place on Friday, September 23, 2011. The event is an opportunity to collectively celebrate France’s renowned gourmet food traditions, recently declared part of the world’s heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco). The initiative also aims to encourage generosity and conviviality around food … Continue reading First annual Fête de la Gastronomie

Salon du Chocolat 2010: World’s biggest chocolate festival

It’s one of the most popular gastronomic events in Paris. The city’s annual Salon du Chocolat is set to take place next month to the delight of tens of thousands of chocolate lovers of all ages. From 28 October to 1 November 2010, the world’s biggest chocolate festival will bring together chocolate exhibitors and those … Continue reading Salon du Chocolat 2010: World’s biggest chocolate festival