Discover Paris Pastry Street
It’s French Apple Season
French Recipes for Autumn
Outdoor markets in France are celebrating colourful apples, pears, walnuts, plus so many varieties of mushrooms, squash and pumpkin are saying bonjour to Autumn. Filter recipes in the NEW index: by ingredient, meal, diet, season, typical French homecooking classics and more. Recipe timings are the grand total, including chilling or marinating. Most prep times are short.
Meet Jill !
Jill Colonna created her Paris based food blog in 2010 to coincide with the release of her bestselling book, Mad About Macarons. She’s not just mad about macarons! Today she draws on her experience of French family life for 30 years in Paris – plus her spell as bubbly chocolate-pastry tour guide, inspiration behind her second pastry recipe book Teatime in Paris and this blog.
Join her making healthy, easy recipes from the market to her French kitchen, and discover how it’s possible to avoid dieting yet enjoy the pastries following some lifestyle tips.
Macaron Talk & Recipes
What is so special about Parisian macarons, the difference between a macaron and macaroon or looking for a vegan macaron recipe? See flavour ideas and recipes to serve with sweet AND savoury macarons from her books.See Macaron Talk
Here you’ll find Jill’s local guides to Paris’s tea rooms by arrondissement, plus a growing list of popular Parisian chocolate, pastry and macaron shops – and what makes each of them so special.
Looking for gourmet travel ideas for a day trip or further from Paris? PLUS check out the new French market produce page!
Watch the recipes
Some of your most popular recipes are now on video! From Lotte à l’Armoricaine, Palets Bretons to a Corsican mint omelette (copied from her Corsican mother-in-law) it’s where Jill plays flute as she makes easy dishes in her kitchen near Paris.
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