Friday, September 04, 2009

"La Rentree"

It's that time of year when the French talk about "La Rentree", a new beginning and a return from their August month-long vacance...
Time to get out your pencils and start sharpening...
Especially if they are solid chocolate from
Paris chocolatier Patrick Roger!
"The it-accessory for Fall. A bunch of coloring crayons in black and milk chocolate, made with chocolates from 6 glam destinations: Venezuela, the Caribbean, Madagascar, Papua New Guinea, Brazil and Tanzania. In order to have an early feel for the next vacation while biting off the tip of his crayons..."
More newsletters for you!
This time from Parisien chocolatiers and patisseriers(sp)...
Or if you just happen to be in Paris go to his new chocolate bar here -
Patrick Roger
199, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 75008
And this weekend is Eclair fest again at Fauchon!
You can get Fauchon's newletter here.
Mustn't forget Pierre Herme's not-to-be-missed announcements of his new seasonal collections!
You have until September 27th to taste the Millefeuille Infiniment Vanille Eeeek! HURRY UP!
Boulangerie PAUL would love to let you know about their 120th anniversery! Plus you can win a trip to Paris or a PAUL bag or something or other!!!
Do visit for a tiny animated Frenchie lesson...
BONJOUR "La Rentree"

16 comments:

  1. I'm definitely ready for la rentree...I'm heading out on the road on Tuesday. Love those chocolate pencils. Cute idea.

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  2. Magnificent chocolates & lovely post!

    Happy weekend to you ~ Deb

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  3. You have a great talent for design, Carol. This post is beautifully laid out & the photos are perfect!
    Have a great weekend!

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  4. OMG!!!! THOSE CHOCO PENCILS!!!!!!!!!
    All systems alert... LOL....

    A la rentree....:)

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  5. Erika Morrison1:23 AM

    J` adore
    your
    chocolat
    pictures
    BeaUtiFul♥

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  6. Sophia6:51 AM

    Isn’t it amazing how the French make every occasion into something fun? Unlike Labor Day here in the US, where it is all about what’s on sale at the big stores.
    Yuck.

    Sophia

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  7. Foodwalker6:52 AM

    I want some of those crayons and if that's the chef's picture, I'll take him,too!!!!
    Annie

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  8. Lawrence7:03 AM

    Delicious post AGAIN!
    I only wish I was in Paris for those Fauchon eclairs! ! !

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  9. Jannice7:05 AM

    I'm signing on PDQ!
    Merci
    Jannice

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  10. Chocolate pencils; that would work.....Have a wonderful weekend, xv.

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  11. Karen7:09 AM

    Do you ever visit the art stores that sell art supplies?
    Karen

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  12. Great, colorful blog today! I really enjoyed the Boulangerie Paul website link -- they have beautiful screen savers (see BONUS), which are a nice reminder of the importance of "le pain" to the French (then again, your favorite macarons are also a featured item, too!).

    You might want to make your readers awrey that the rules for the contest state that it's only for residents of France, Corsica and the DOM TOM regions -- outlying French possessions in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans, the Caribbean and South America (see map below). So, I'm afraid we can't try for the big prize unless we all move, which isn't a bad idea!:((

    Have a great weekend,

    Lisa

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  13. I'm guessing that in order to enjoy le rentree, one must have first left....I sure could use a little work rentree..

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  14. je suis fan des crayons en chocolat, bravo c'est superbe

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  15. Olá!
    Dei uma olhada rápida em seu blog e gostei muito do que vi.Postagens inteligentes com belíssimas fotos.Estou esperando por sua visita e se gostares do meu espaço e quiseres me seguir,eu te seguirei também.
    http://amigadamoda.blogspot.com

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  16. omg! eclair fest! my mouth is watering from all the delish sweets! xx.

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