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Paris Recipes

Cinnamon Buns

By on 23.11.14

This is the recipe I have been making for years, but somehow I never posted it here. Before I knew I could make these things myself (before I really got into baking at home), I used to eat them during every trip to the US or Canada. Preferably as…


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Weekend Tasting: Pierre Hermé

By on 25.10.14

The other weekend I went to Pierre Hermé with my friend to try some pastries we hadn’t tried yet. We picked up two macarons and three pastries. The one you see above is the tarte café. Every component of this tart is coffee flavored. I liked it, but my…


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Weekend tastings: Pastry tour

By on 05.10.14

I had a little “pastry tour” with a wonderful blogreader – Hey Samantha!! ^^ – and my new flatmate (+ sister later)! We started off with Mori Yoshida, proceeded to Rue du Bac where La Patisserie des Reves, des Gateaux et du Pain and Angelina are located. After that…


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La Pâtisserie des Rêves by Philippe Conticini

By on 02.10.14

So somehow La pâtisserie des rêves never really made it to the blog, although it is one of my favorite pastry shops! The chef is Philippe Coniticini. He is a well known pastry chef. His shops are one of the few shops I actually revisit more than once. I think…


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Weekend tasting: Aoki again

By on 27.09.14

I was checking out the new Gourmet section in the Galeries Lafayette. And because I liked Aoki quite a lot the other weekend, I decided to try something again! I chose the half sphere Citron Praliné this time.

So I like the flavor combination and the general taste, but there…


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Paris School

Q&A’s about Paris and pastry school

By on 23.09.14

I have been getting emails with questions about my experience at Ferrandi, living in Paris and doing an internship here. Instead of emailing everyone similar answers back, I’ll try to sum it up in this post so you can all read it!

If there are questions missing, feel free to comment…