Saturday, June 14, 2014

Happy Father's Day Pink Saturday

We're celebrating Father's Day on Pink Saturday and we've got lots of treats. 

This is one of my favorite pictures of my father and me. It was taken sometime around my first Father's Day in 1951. 

Happy Father's Day, Daddy. You are loved and remembered. 

But we need a sweet treat for Father's Day celebrations and I discovered this patisserie during my travels around New York City. What a delicious pretty-in-pink goodies at Payard. I resisted stopping in, but I know I won't be able to resist for long. There's a branch not too far from where I live and I have a feeling I will be dropping in soon. 

What a beautiful selection of treats.

I was also intrigued by the ice cream sandwiches. The cake is actually the beautiful macarons. 
A sort-of-selfie at Payard 


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As always, thanks for stopping by. Wishes to all for a great Father's Day celebration. 

11 comments:

Blackberry Lane said...

Precious photo of you and your dad. Oh, the pastry shop looks so fancy and delicious.

Ordinary J said...

I would love to go to this pastry shop and I'm going to find out if there is one here in LA. Thanks for the link and Happy Father's Day!!

TARYTERRE said...

A lovely picture of you and your father. have a wonderful weekend.

Mevely317 said...

I can't decide whose expression speaks the loudest ... your sheer delight, or your father's obvious pride. I can see why this is a favorite.

Payards ... wow! The macaron creation looks fun, but the white and gold cake wins my vote as 'most classy.'

Have a sweet evening!

Sola Scriptura said...

What a precious photo of you and your dad. It's priceless!
The treats displayed at Payard look too pretty to eat!

Lynda said...

I love the pic of you and your dad - - and also of the sweet treats! Right now I am reading "Fatal Judgment" by Irene Hannon but do not put my name in the drawing. I have way too many totes as it is - - -- love each of them and don't want to part with any I have left - - even though I won't ever use them all again.

Susan Clayton said...

Great pastry shop window

Kerin said...

Love the photo of you with your Dad. What a precious treasure!!

Tasty looking shop too.
You are a better woman than I; I could not resist :)

K.

Susie said...

Buttercup, That is a great picture of you and your father. Your eyes are so sparkly. Those treats look so yummy. I would have to have one. LOL. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

Ann said...

There's nothing like a Daddy's love!!! I'm missing mine too. I'd be eating those macaroons for sure.
Ann

Pondside said...

Oh my goodness - that pastry shop is like a pastry-art gallery!
Please enter me for the book bag draw! At this moment I am reading Barbara Erskine's Time's Legacy.