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March 15, 2012


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On our way to my lifelong dream of a trip to Paris last summer, I read Gourmet Rhapsody by Muriel Barbery and first learned about the Chouquette. Forgot about it until a French friend put out a plate of the delightful little pastries and my daughter and I ate the entire plate. We were so embarrassed, but when we learned that this was what the esteemed food critic had been searching for - we overcame our shame and asked where we could buy more! Since I have been back to the states I have tried to perfect my Chouquette baking skills. (Practice makes perfect you know). I DID learn that they dont save well. So ever since, we just make and eat!


If you really want to not lose credibility with your readers you better bring home some chouquettes Corine. Or at least the recipe :)


So incredibly jealous! Bon voyage and have an amazing time in Paris! (eat a few dozen macarons for us stuck in the states.

My Casa Bella

Well, if going to Paris is the sacrifice you have to make for your next novel, then it has to be done....:) HMMM what reason could I give my DH as to why I NEED to go to Paris? Gotta find one real soon. Best wishes on your next novel.


I can't wait for your next book to come out as I loved your first book! Have a fabulous time in Paris! xxoo


ah, going to Paris as a "grown" up! bon voyage and travel safe!


Yay!!! You're going to have the best time in Paris, and I can't wait to see your photos and read about your experience for this "research" trip. And I'm so honored that I had just a tiny part in helping you fund this trip. I only wish I could meet you there!

vicki archer

Welcome back and enjoy your trip to Paris... such great news about your books... xv


yes willpower in deed, i was missing you but also envious for my willpower seems to have gone down he toilet when it comes to staying away from the internet!

OH corine, Paris to do "research" for your next novel funded by your first is there nothing more romantic so much to be proud of and how lucky we are that we benefit from your hard work and calorie intake:)!


Yay! You deserve all your success... can't WAIT to get the cookbook...(also I think 'yummy' covers the taste of the religieuse, the baba and the chouquette quite accurately)

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