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drink & dine
Creative Pastries Produced,
Well, by Scratch
+ Writing | Julie Stone
+ Photoraphy | Jesse Moen
or most of us, the act of baking consists
entirely of opening a box and mixing the
contents with a few simple ingredients. Thanks
to Scratch Pastries, located on the northeast
corner of Indian School and Miller roads, we no
longer need to participate in this activity.
Husband-and-wife team Duc and Noelle Liao
opened their sweet shop in early January, and
since then have been packing in the early riser
crowd. Customers walk into Scratch to the sound
of French hip-hop music, and the sight of a wide
variety of people enjoying their morning coffee
and croissants. Couples sipping coffee and
talking quietly in the corner are a regular sight,
as are the mom and her kids excitedly making
their selections from pastries in the display case.
With such an array of treats, it is hard to choose,
especially when each one is perfect, right down
to the little “Scratch” tag on top. With an even
coat of glaze and delicate embellishments that
would make even Martha Stewart jealous, each
pastry looks as though it took hours to create.
The shop offers several types of coffee
drinks, breakfast items and lunch specialties.
To start the day out right, we recommend an
organic, fair trade and locally roasted cup
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of coffee with a tasty green tea pastry. The
Deauville quiche, made with shrimp, scallops
and cheese, is a scrumptious midday treat, as is
the grilled goat cheese sandwich, which makes
for a great late evening snack, but only on Friday
and Saturday when this little eatery is open until
Scratch’s tea and chocolate is imported
from France, as is the happy pastry couple. Duc
lived in France for 30 years, becoming a wellknown fashion photographer before attending
Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, while Noelle moved to
France from America 15 years ago. Together they
came to Arizona to spread the pastry love. Little
balls of sweet goodness are plentiful in France,
but the Liaos noticed the lack of such shops in
Arizona and therefore saw an opportunity.
Thus began their career as purveyors of
goodies in the desert. Who knew? But we sure
are appreciative of their new business venture.
So now when mom asks us to bring something to
the family dinner made from scratch, we’ll know
exactly where to go.
Get your just deserts at 7620 E. Indian School Road,
Scottsdale or call 480.947.0057
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