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Celebrated pastry chef Pierre Hermé may be famous for reinventing the macaron, but his fridge tells us that he is accomplished in so much more than the art of making sweet treats. It’s filled with a varied and beautifully curated selection of food from some of France’s best artisanal producers. You’ll find exceptional cheeses from Marie-anne Cantin, Bernard Antony and Quatrehomme, meat from Yvesmarie Le Bourdonnec and Hugo Desnoyer, bread from Poilâne, olive oil from Cedric Casanova and, of course, macarons from Pierre Hermé. After some pressing, Hermé admits to shopping at supermarkets for staples such as milk and eggs, but says he has never bought a ready-made meal in his life.