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Things We Love: Macaron Day TO 2013

Le Dolci is thrilled to be participating in Macaron Day TO 2013! If you love these Parisian delicacies, you will definitely want to join us on March 20th!

How it works: Le Dolci, along with numerous other patisseries throughout Toronto, will give visitors who come in and mention Macaron Day TO a free macaron, and 25% of all additional macaron sales will be donated to the Red Door Family Shelter.

Since 1982, the Red Door Family Shelter has been providing support and safe shelter for families and individuals in need in Toronto. Come out to enjoy a sweet treat and support a great local charity. Read more about the event and the Red Door Family Shelter on the Macaron Day TO website and don’t forget to mark the date in your calendars!

And thanks to Michel from La Bamboche Toronto for organising this year’s activities!

Macaron Day TO at Le Dolci
Macaron Day TO at Le Dolci
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Holiday Macaron Tower

Treat your friends and family to a beautiful and delicious macaron tower!  Custom made and using only the finest ingredients the macarons are made with almond flower so they are naturally gluten free.

The small tower holds 42 macarons.

Flavors: chocolate ganache, salted caramel, strawberry or vanilla. Colors, green and red, pink and blue or pink and green.

Order today and let our cake careful courier deliver it to your door – or pick it up from 1006 Dundas Street West, Toronto. Only 3 km from the CN Tower

Cost: $110.00

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Paris Love: Day 3 – The Louvre, Tour De France, more Macarons and Escargots!

Greetings from a sunny Paris – the sun seems to have graced us with its presence and it seems like it will stay with us all week!

Today was another day spent exploring; tomorrow we get our hands dirty in the kitchen at La Cuisine Paris so we are very excited! And we get to meet the whole group tomorrow morning!

Today we had fun at:

  • The Louvre -if you get there EARLY (like 9am!)  you can see the Mona Lisa without the throngs of people in front of you
  • The end of the Tour de France! Hooray for Bradley Wiggins!!
  • We ate some garlic laden escargots -delish! You must visit restaurant Vins Des Pyrenees when you are in Paris
  • Visited the largest synagogue in Paris and got a private tour-which was a nice surprise.
  • Drank red vino (that’s a daily given!) and drank lots more coffee paired with more croissants-we can’t control our selves.

Bonne Nuit from Paris!
xxLisa