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  • n. Plural form of patissier.


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  • Povich is also working with area patissiers to develop specialty desserts, including a signature whoopie pie, as well as talking to the Maine Root organic soda company about getting a fountain for the truck.

    The Next New Truck in Town

  • But talk to any of these accomplished patissiers -- and I have talked to dozens in the last year and a half for a film and book on the "MOF" -- and you will see that what Gaston Lenotre did reached well beyond reformulating recipes, renewing respect for the best ingredients, raising training standards for the profession, or expanding the appetite for fine pastry beyond France.

    Flora Lazar: Gaston Lenotre, "God of Desserts," Dies at 88

  • If their parents could afford it, young French patissiers from family pastry shops across the country would be sent to Lenotre's school outside Paris for professional "perfectionnement," California pastry chef and cookbook author Alice Medrich recalls.

    Flora Lazar: Gaston Lenotre, "God of Desserts," Dies at 88

  • Parisien patissiers credo : make the best cakes in the world ?


  • Place de Perigord, up the Street of Three Pebbles, towards the railway station -- stopping a little as you go, so as to get into a cheerful temper, and buying some bonbons or tarts for the children in one of the charming patissiers 'shops on the left.

    Our Fathers Have Told Us Part I. The Bible of Amiens

  • Nowhere does it better than London's Mayfair and Belgravia, where some of the most celebrated chocolatiers and patissiers sell their delicacies. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • What would it be like if you could get one of your smart college friends to start a cookie business, and then a restaurant, and then work for the best patissiers in the business, and then open her own bakery - or two?

    NPR Topics: News

  • I learned to make sables in Paris working with some of the city's best patissiers, and this master recipe is based on what they taught me - the Playing

    NPR Topics: News

  • The poshest of posh patissiers, Pierre Hermé, has celebrated his debut British Christmas with an onslaught of macaroons including lemon and gingerbread, and voilet and blackcurrant, from £1.85 each. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • I could see the patissiers (French pastry chefs) and boulangers (French bakers) with their white hats gently cutting through the flutter of flour in the warm, kitchen air.



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