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The new book Pastry Paris celebrates desserts and design.

By Mary Kate Frank
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Photograph: © SUSAN HOCHBAUM, FROM HER BOOK PASTRY PARIS: IN PARIS, EVERYTHING LOOKS LIKE DESSERT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“In Paris, everything looks like dessert,” writes Susan Hochbaum in Pastry Paris (Amazon.com), which pairs photos of nearly 100 French confections with analogous art, fashion and architecture in the City of Light. (Below, Napoleon’s bicorne hat is cheekily transformed into a croissant.) Also included: a sampling of Paris patisseries Hochbaum has visited.

 

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First Published September 15, 2011

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