Musical Pastry, Patisserie Musicale, Natalie Spins Sweet Treats, Sixties Style

Taking a side trip from her culinary endeavors on Saveur Passion, French food blogger Natalie Merceron spins sweet treats, Sixties style, creating a new genre, Musical Pastry (Patisserie Musicale), all by herself.

Patisserie musicale

Did she get some of her inspiration fron the cover of Let it Bleed (1969)?

I wonder how many examples of cross-pollination between music and pastries are out there.

One for the vynil junkies.

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