A ridiculously delicious guide to the best sweets in New York and Paris.
So far, cupcakes (but only if they have glace icing, and not a mound of buttercream). But that's maybe only because (shock! horror!) I've never had a macaron - I'm saving this as an eagerly anticipated thing to do when I get to Paris...
Cupcakes AND macarons!!
OooooooooooooLOVE the WHITE ground & in yr sidebar!!Everything looks brighter too!So miam-miam!!!Hmmm...must think...must think about banner ideasLOVE the new SWEET FREAK!BRAVOcarolg
Cupcakes! But all look beautiful of course
May I please use yr pretty cupcake in a post today with photo credits bien sur?? ? ?
Bien sur, Carol! Thanks for the feedback :)Blue Penguin, get! on! that! You must dig into some macarons soon!Vreni & Brittany... I think I have to side with you.
nothing comes close to the macaron!
I do love a cafe or a caramel macaron, but cupcakes are pretty great. That's a hard one. I guess we have have both?
I'll take le macaron ~ especially peanut butter not as sweet as a cupcake but ooh! so divine! ~Dianne~
Mmmmm, cupcake. No, macaron. No...cupcake. No...macaron. I give up!
I think I am going with the cupcakes.un beso
The cupcake in the US - Le Macaron when in Paris.
There really is no question in my mind...cupcakes of course! How was your face-off by the way?Cat x
Carolyn, I feel your pain, er, your indecision. So I think Nikatay has it down: the old 'When in Rome' philosophy is a smart one.Cat, the Smackdown was super! I wonder if a macaron v. cupcake Smackdown would solve this question??
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