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Nadège Patisserie’s Macarons Become Collectors’ Items

Steve Krug's limited-edition Nadège macarons box

Photographer Steve Krug’s limited-edition Nadège macarons box

In Paris, macarons from Ladurée are lauded, but in Toronto, it’s Nadège that’s the shrine to this airy French pastry. Though chef Nadège Nourian also offers delectable treats such as chocolate bonbons, marshmallows and cakes, her meringue-based bites have really won over locals. Indulge in them yourself, then give them as a gift: they’re available in travel-friendly boxes with an assortment of flavours, including blackberry chocolate and salted caramel. Several Canadian artists have also collaborated with Nadège on a series of limited-edition 16-macaron gift boxes ($38), with a new design featured each month. Award-winning Toronto photographer Steve Krug’s contemporary concept (pictured) is available starting September 5 while supplies last.  —Linda Luong

• Nadège Patisserie, 780 Queen St. W., 416-368-2009; nadege-patisserie.com
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