Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Patisserie Amelie

After doing a post (or two) on macarons
I had so many comments from bloggers who had never had
the pleasure of tasting one of these delicate treats.

Now for the good news! 
There’s a new patisserie in town!
And if you’re in the U.S. you have the chance to experience
one of these sweet confections firsthand.

has just launched an online patisserie,
The Grand Opening will feature her delicious macarons
Patisserie Amelie has been a labour of love,
with lots of hard work to perfect these
colorful bursts of flavors
Lemon, Chocolate, Pistachio, Café, Raspberry, Lavender,
Grand Marnier and Coconut
So, is your mouth watering yet?   
Sweet treats Handmade with love!
Angela has just welcomed her third beautiful baby into the world – Juliette.

You have to stop by her blog just to see the
sweet photos of big brother and sister (the patisserie’s namesake).

In her own words, her interests range from Parisian window-shopping
to shopping for a new pair of garden wellies.

She also has an online boutique you need to stop by,
as well as a photography site. It is amazing how she finds the time

Angela Joy Photography.com features some romantic images

Stop by and treat yourself or a friend.
Special Eater packaging available.

P.S.  Be sure you stop to visit Joy @  Savvy City Farmer,
Joy is Angela's Mother and has a great blog and boutique! 

Put a Little Ooh La La in Your Life!

Mimi Bleu


*The Beautiful Life* said...

Too funny! I only 5 minutes ago published a similar blog post about her great new macaroons shop! YAY! I'm wishing her GREAT success!! :)

Hope you are doing great!


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Bonsoir ma belle!

WE JUST FOUND A FAB SHOP here in our own backyard in Minneapolis, MN that sells these darling cookies! We celebrated our anniversary on Saturday with lunch, antiquing, dinner, antiquing, then a drive to the other side of the Twin Cities to stumble upon Sugar Sugar, a great vintage patisserie owned by a friend of Julie's from Gilded Moons...we had Pink Grapefruit and Espresso flavored macaroons! My husband swooned; it was his first time...thank you for letting me know about this source; I have visited this lovely lady before and I frequent her mom's blog as well: Savvy City Farmer!

Have a lovely Tuesday ma belle, Anita

Pratishtha Durga said...

That does it! I am SO not checking your blog around lunch time. This shop looks so good. I wish i could taste one of her divine macaroons.

desde my ventana said...

Thanks Mimi for shring information about....I'm going to right now.
Have a nice week

Simplement ... said...

Les macarons c'est une folie douce !
Tes images sont irrésistibles ...
Bisous de belle journées.

love lives in the kitchen said...

oh you can't even imagin how much i love macarons! unfortunately we don't have a good macaron shop here in milan... what a shame. i guess i need to learn how to make them by myself :)
have a sweet day,

Vær våken said...

Thanks for showing me Parisienne Farmgirl - a really nice blog! And please never stop posting on macarons!!:)

Eve said...

Dear Mimi,
thanks to your adiction to these delicious items ;-) I have a great idea for a new business: I will import macarons to Germany ! :-) So I will finally get the opportunity to tase one !
Would you like to come over and read my Mondays post ? You have won a little gift at my lottery :-)
Have a nice day !

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Hope they will soon soon open a shop over here in Europe... Looking so so delicious!! xo

Anonymous said...

Dear Mimi,
what a lovely and mouth-watering post about my favorite "food" ( well, rather indulgence !) from Paris... Macarons ! Oh ! I will bake a cake today , which is much less elegant, but as well yummy. My migraine has faded, and I tried the hottttt water bottle in my neck, which gave a bit of relief for the time it was there, but the pain reappeared after removing the bottle. So I sat at the Pc here , designing, with a rubber bottle tied to my neck by an elegant silk scarf. Ridiculous :-))
kind regards, Martina

Unknown said...

Oh, this is fantastic news!!!! I, probably, have to be grateful that I am so far away from temptation of macarones - otherwise I would be eating them for breakfast, luch and dinner. :-)))) I am wishing you a wonderful day and, please, stop by my Blog to pick up your Award :-))))

Jenny said...

Her blog is so lush, lovely, and Lord-lovin'. Plus Macarons, wow! She is a wonder and I have to see if I can talk my hubby into letting us splurge on her gorgeous delights. You are so good to spread the news.

Parisienne Farmgirl said...

OH MY! I just received a phone call from another blogger about your oh-so-extravagant post on Parisienne Farmgirl! You are such a lovely blogger (I still think your love story is the best I have ever read!) how kind of you to share PF with your readers!
Merci, merci bien!
Really, I am stunned and so honored. Feeling the pressure for a great post today...and I guess I better get the Parisienne Farmhouse shoppe open for business while the kids are taking their nap...give me two hours - we are on our way to naptime now!!!!

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hello sweet lady...

I just had to come by to say thank you for stopping in and taking a peek at my Birds of a Feather tablescape...I loved your sweet note, my friend! Thank you!!!

Ohhh my...these macaroons do look divine! I have never had the opportunity to have one! I will have to go and check out your dear friend's shop! Thank you for sharing all the information! Your friend sounds lovely and very ambitious! Wow...to have so much going and raising children at the same time...she has my greatest admiration...that's for sure!

Well my friend, how are you doing? I do hope that my note finds you well!!

Warmest wishes,
Chari @Happy To Design

My Grama's Soul said...

I learned loads of info on your post today.....not just about cookies, but some info about two of my favorite bloggers.



Rita said...

Hi dear Mimi,
never tried original macarons (only wanna-bes) and must admit I'm quite curious to.
I bet I'd love lavender and pistachio... OMGosh, my mouth is watering already.
I'm now off to visit Angela's patisserie . Thank you for sharing the info. I'm only concerned about my diet now ... do you think yummy pics can jeopardize a diet???????

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Mimi! Bonsoir!

Thank you for hopping on over to my experimental book blog! So you dabble too? Isn't it so much fun? I want to get better and better at both my drawings and book binding techniques! I am so glad that I am done with school now!

And yes, we are very happy with our macaroon find!!:)

Bisous, Anita

Bleudelavande said...

Hi sweet Mimì, I love macarons, tank you very much for sharing this lovely address!!!
Tank you for leaving your lovely comment to my post, yes it was an amazing day to the flea markets!!!
Have a nice day.warm hugs.

Tarja Mustonen-Blomquist said...

I like the colors of macarons!! Have a nice day!! Tarja

debra@dustjacket said...

Oh she sounds like superwoman, will have to check her out. mmm those macarons look so delish.

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

Dear Mimi,
if only we had a patisserie of that quality near to where I live. No such luck although, perhaps that's a good thing otherwise, I might not be able to fit into any of my clothes after a month or two !!!! At least we can get Laduree macaroons in London. That's just far enough away to make them a special treat. XXXX

A Refocused Life said...

Oh, those macaroons look so yummy. It's a good thing that little sweet shop is not near me. I'll just admire from afar. Thanks for sharing.

Winchester Manor said...

macaroons shop! I'm all over that! I enjoyed your photos and I'm heading over to check it out!!

Thank you sweet friend, I hope your week is going well.

Big hugs,

Daisy Reyes said...

Merci your Majesty on the hot tip of where to find these delicious treats!!! I will be stopping by at PF's to see all there is to see!! I have been so busy lately that I have had hardly any time to chat with me friends on the blogs:)) I hope you are well my dearest Mimi:)) I miss you so:) Give France a huge hug for me a real tight one:))

Royal wishes.

Magdalena said...

Mimi this looks like a gorgeous website and boutique, I am going to head over and visit now! And we can order macaroons!! Thank you for letting us all know about Parisian Farmhouse :)
Have a wonderful day

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen said...

What a lovely post about macaroons. We were just in a great Provence pastry shop yesterday in Naples, Florida and she had hand-made macaroons. I couldn't resist bringing home some.

Thanks for introducing us to this lovely blog. I can feel my weight climbing, but I don't care.

Gorgeous Glam said...

Looks so delish! Thanks for sharing! xoxo