Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Boulangerie.. Jean Pierre Sancho.



Whenever I long for a crème brulée tart.. it happens :) a tiny taste of bliss, I head for Jean Pierre Sancho on Hay St. in the city. When Albin Sancho opened the first Sancho Bakery in 1904 in the medieval town of Lodeve in the South of France little did he know that many years later his legacy would be alive and thriving in the world's most remote city, Perth. The Jean Pierre on Hay St. opened in 2010 and was the first of six now around the city. Are you thinking about a crème brulée tart right now.. I am :) Happy Wednesday, take care and stay safe..


33 comments:

  1. I'd say you're very fortunate to have such a place. We don't have one in Ocala, I know that!

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  2. a right pretty place to indulge.

    sorry I'm so behind on visiting.

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  3. Ah, what a happy indulgence! Such an attractive environment also. I'd say that you are very smart to visit this place every once in awhile. . .once a week, perhaps?!

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  4. Sitting out on that patio have ing a tart sounds like a plan to me, Grace! ;-)

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  5. Now I'm thinking about all kinds of luscious pastries! That would taste just perfect right about now.
    Grace, I've had season tickets to the Broadway Series of plays in Arizona for over 15 years so Phantom has popped up in the series several times. That's the only reason I've seen it that many times.

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  6. Oh, that's just what I need right now!! I'll have to dream up a substitute!! But I'm afraid I won't find a good substitute for Sancho's bakery!! Hope your week is going well and full of goodies from that wonderful bakery!!

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  7. Well that sounds pretty good to me! Nothing like that here in Coventry. Love the store front design.

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  8. Lucky you having a proper French bakery! The outdoor seating area looks very inviting.

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  9. Very beautiful looking places.

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  10. Crème brulée is one of my favourites, with an oven baked crust, not blasted with a blow torch.

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  11. Oh Grace your making my mouth water...nice looking shop as well, there's nothing quite like French baking...

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  12. Love to share one with you, G


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  13. It looks like a cosy welcoming place.
    Is it freshly made?
    Here we have a "French" place too. But all their products are sent to Norway, frozen....
    Most people don`t know - don`t care as long as it is French and taste good.

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  14. Une boulangerie française, tout pour te plaire, et puis la crème brûlée c'est trop bon :)

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  15. You had me at creme brulee tart Grace. How do you get those little inflections on the "e".

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  16. I know "creme brulee" as a desert, but a tart I have never seen.

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  17. They have great pastries there....

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  18. Suddenly I am craving a crème brulée tart!

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  19. The most remote city? I am writing from the most remote county in the lower 48 ( i U.S.) and we actually have a French Chef ( from Paris) with a restaurant here! I too love creme brûlée.

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  20. Guess they have sweet stuff only, Grace, so not a place for me ;-)

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  21. Not a big fan of brulee in any form, but I believe you.

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  22. all bakeries in the world should have a French name for the trade

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  23. I am absolutely convinced!

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  24. Tres Tres bien j'adore creme brulee.

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