It was well worth the suspense.
Along with chocolates, macarons, and just about every other delicious dessert under the French sun (you must go see for yourself — the selection is gorgeous), my newest happy spot serves four baguette sandwiches for lunch. And the ‘Prosciutto’ proves that less is more.
On a freshly baked wholewheat baguette, painted on both sides with a powerful roasted tomato sauce, lay several thin layers of salty prosciutto and buttery Manchego cheese. Will power helped me save half of the small-ish sandwich for later to save room for Thierry’s highly touted macarons.
The rainbow of mini hamburger-like desserts fully lived up to the Pierre Herme standard. And since they’ve been flying off shelves, batches are made daily. They’re fresh, delectable, and fully to die for.
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This article was written for Metro Newspaper by contributing food columnist, Erin Ireland.