Mille Feuille(far left-brown/white), Isaphan(pink-round with rasberries), Religieuse(purple), St. Honore(far right-lots of cream), etc...
I dunno what the pink ones are in the pic below--anybody know?! I'd PAY to know! Couldn't find them on the Laduree site.We'll then discuss Paris and his experience living there for the last 10 years...
Penny:"So many of us have romantic ideas about living in Paris. Does being there ever feel like a dream to you?"
David: "You know, there's a fellow named Adam Gopnik who wrote a book called Paris to the Moon. There's a section where he's talking about crossing the Pont Neuf, I think, at sunset on a winter's evening. And he talks about how the beauty of it just absolutely stops him and stops his heart. I remember when I read that it made me cry. I copied it down in my diary because it was the perfect description of that feeling and of that time of day. And Paris is so beautiful that, even after 10 years, I stop sometimes and I am just overwhelmed."
Penny: "Do you take your visiting friends out to shop in Paris?"
David: "I absolutely love to shop. I cannot think of anyone who loves it more than me. Whenever people come to Paris, my first question is "Who do you need to buy presents for?" When they say nobody, I just write them off. Even if Christmas is nine months off, I mean come on, you're going to go home, you're going to buy Christmas presents on Christmas Eve at Sears when you were in Paris nine months earlier and you didn't buy anything?"
...then off to Pierre Herme...This green guy below is a passion fruit--thing... :)