Chatellier’s French Bakery established 1992
When taste matters.
Edible decorations: meringue mushrooms, marzipan holly leaves and Noel plaque, chocolate axe, peppermint candy cane.
Inedible decorations: plastic tree and Santa. (the candle is not on this year's log)
For almost one quarter of a century, Jean-Marc's Yule Logs have graced Pittsburgher's holiday tables.
The tradition continues! Here are the details:
Orders can be placed by calling 412.821.8533 from November 29th to December 17th.
Flavors: Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Buttercream
Vanilla Cake with Grand Marnier Buttercream
Does not require refrigeration
French Macarons (GLUTEN FREE) $8.75/half dozen $17/dozen
"All the flavors at Jean-Marc Chatellier's French Bakery are devine, but the salted caramel is
particularly luscious, with buttery caramel oozing from between the crisp-chewy cookies"
Food Lovers Guide to Pittsburgh November 2011
"This place has the most AMAZING macarons on the planet"
"...the Salted Caramel Macaron was * eye rolling skyward* heavenly! "
RASPBERRY PISTACHIO CHOCOLATE SALTED CARAMEL STRAWBERRY
ROSE RASPBERRY NUTELLA ESPRESSO MARZIPAN LAVENDER POPPY
PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY VANILLA BEAN MANGO PASSIONFRUIT LEMON New! MANDARIN ORANGE
Macarons, or French Macaroons, are GLUTEN FREE meringue-like almond cookies
filled with a buttercream or white chocolate ganache that is infused with natural flavors.
Extremely popular in Paris, Macarons are now available for Pittsburghers who long to
revisit their memories of travel abroad, or for those who want to try them for the first time.
Quiche & Dessert Dinner to Go Special $20
Lorraine or Broccoli Cheddar Quiche + 2 individual dessert pastries or 4 breakfast pastries
Broccoli Cheddar Quiche Quiche Lorraine : Ham, Bacon, Swiss Cheese
New Gourmet Breakfast Pastries!
Kouign Amann (kween a-mon) Sacristain (sacristan)
You will never forget your first bite. It is that good. KA orgins Puff pastry twisted with almonds, sugar and a bit of
are from Brittany,France (just like our popular Breton Cake). almond cream. A specialty of Provence, it is thought to have
This supercharged croissant encrusted with caramelized originated in the monastary. It resembles a corkscrew that
sugar is best eaten warm. the Sacristan (keeper of the Alter) would remove for
sacrimental wine used by the priest.
Click here to watch WQED Rick Sebak's
"That French Bakery in Millvale" video.
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