Boulangeries

Articles


  • The Best Baguette In Paris
    The art of baking is alive and well in Paris and the traditional baguette is king of bread. Parisians are serious baguette connoisseurs, so much so, that a yearly competition for the most perfect ba....

  • Paris Boulangeries : La Fournee D ' Augustine
    La Fournee d'Augustine was the winner of the Meilleure Baguette de Paris award in 2004. ....

  • Paris Boulangeries : Jean - Pierre Cohier
    In 2006, Jean- Pierre Cohier won the Grand Prix de la Baguette de la Ville de Paris. ....

  • Paris Boulangeries : Le Quartier Du Pain
    Frederic Lalos of Le Quartier Du Pain is a brilliant, young impassioned baker, producing traditional loaves with exquisite composition and lushness. ....

  • Paris Boulangeries : Pain D' Epis
    If you live or work in the shadow of the Tour Eiffel, you probably try to control your daily craving for a fougasse bathed in olive oil and various toppings from Pain d’Epis. ....

  • Paris Boulangeries : Maison Kayser
    Oh, the delights of Maison Kayser! The croissants are so flakey, the viennoiseries so pretty! ....

  • Paris Boulangeries : Moulin De La Vierge
    It’s a relief to step inside the lovely, old-fashioned , homey boulangerie, Moulin de la Vierge. ....

  • Paris Boulangeries : Gosselin
    Phillipe Gosselin is a highly decorated boulanger. ....

  • Paris Boulangeries : Gerard Mulot
    At Gerard Mulot, the buzz begins at the door. ....

  • Paris Boulangeries : Poujauran
    Jean-Luc Poujauran’s name always comes up during discussions about the best bakers in Paris. And these discussions can quickly devolve into arguments, for every Parisian has a very strong opinion w....

  • Paris Boulangeries : Lionel Poilane
    The recipe is simple: stone-ground whole wheat flour, levain (sourdough starter) and sea salt. The result is the complex, dense, crusty and most famous of breads, “Pain Poilane”. ....