I have been looking at pictures of Yule Logs from Financier Patisserie in New York and drooling uncontrollably.
Does any place in San Diego produce Yule Logs worth drooling over (and buying)?
I'm not sure, but I believe that I used to see them at The French Gourmet. I would also call Michele Coulon Dessertier in La Jolla.
I will give them a call.
Many More Thanks to foodiechick,
I contacted Michele Coulon Dessertier through their website and they responded immediately.
That FC is a sharpie!
Oh yay, glad it worked out. I'm thinking of using them again myself for our intimate, little New Years Eve gathering since I am making the rest of the feast all by myself.
Azucar in OB posted a beautiful pix of one they make on their Facebook.
Opera Patisserie in Sorrento Valley has made them in the past - I ordered a couple a few years ago for a large family dinner. They're probably a notch below Michele Coulon on the quality scale, but still pretty good. :)
Alice! Hey! Have not seen your handle for a long time.
Alice!Great to see you posting..I had brunch at Searsucker last year and you and your fun group were sitting right in front of us..Small world..
hello! I just clicked in while doing some googling about Pizzeria Mozza. I don't think I've ever been to Searsucker for brunch, but it sounds like a good time! :)
LOL..It was Sunday breakfast/lunch a couple of years ago..We all have doppelganger somewhere, yours likes to hang out at Searsucker!
Extraordinary Desserts is featuring a Yule Log on their list of Christmas specials.
For future reference (just saw this link on twitter):
Pace Picante Salsa Knockoff
Pizzeria Mozza on a quiet evening
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