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Mont Blanc

French pastries seem to be the epitomise the skills of a baker. So I have been longing to try as many as possible – just to prove to myself that I can do it. 419 more words


an inventory of not so good things in one Canberra house: post four

Ok, this is a lesson in never buying anything when you are tipsy…

There are two not so good things related to this object.  The first is the company I purchased it from.   336 more words

An Inventory Of Not So Good Things In One Canberra House

The City Of Love

I grew up having heard lots of stories about the Eiffel Tower, which is located in Paris, France. Many movies and dramas that I’ve come across not only revolves around the Eiffel Tower in Paris, but also its culture, cuisines and art. 415 more words

Family Vacation


In 2013 I discovered my love of macarons. After my trip to Paris, and multiple visits to Pierre Hermé, Ladurée and any other patisserie or boulangerie that I could find that sold macarons, I got home and got to work on trying to find the prefect macaron recipe. 690 more words


Tokyo: Pierre Herme Aoyama

This might have been the thing that nearly made me miss my flight to Seoul, I’ve conveniently forgotten. Despite my great resolution not to eat anymore PH macarons the window display of Pierre Herme’s Aoyama outlet was just too tempting to resist: huge macarons balancing precariously atop each other to form a skyline of macaron skyscrapers.  106 more words