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Looking for Pierre

Pierre, I’ve been looking for you.

I was wandering at Aoyama Omotesando that day, until it’s time for an afternoon tea. I headed to  Pierre Herme… 89 more words


The Ultimate Insiders Guide to Paris Pt. 1

Navigating Paris as a tourist can be anything but easy, and in my opinion far less rewarding. Sure if you’re only visiting for a short period of time you’re going to want to see the Eiffel Tower (duh), stroll down the Champs-Élysées to l’arc de triomph, and probably have lunch beneath the towers of Notre Dame before getting lost in the infamous Shakespeare & Co bookstore – but in order to really experience the beauty of the city, you have to uncover the hidden gems secret to all but the locals. 463 more words


A Gone Madeleine: Paris In the Fall

From the selection of curious and unfamiliar cheeses to the original deli items, there are few things I revel in seeing in a new country more than the shelves of the grocery store. 1,170 more words

Pop Culture

Pierre Hermé.

Pierre Hermé – Seven Dials. £-££.

Pierre Hermé was recently awarded title of best pâtissier in the world. In the world.

There’s a reason for that. 120 more words


Ispahan Choux

Hello everyone!

Last week, I came home to a 10 pound bag filled to bursting with fresh litchi fruit. It was glorious. And before shamelessly devouring the whole lot (not all in one go or all by myself, but regardless, they did still vanish in an astonishingly and vaguely terrifyingly fast rate), I managed to save a couple for this week’s extra special effort to replicate probably the most ingenious flavor combination of all time, courtesy of the brilliantly creative mind of Pierre Hermé: the Ispahan. 1,396 more words


Week 131: Macaron à la Fleur de Sel

Salted caramel is my favourite flavour, after chocolate and I have been on the lookout for a good salted caramel macaron recipe for the longest time. 626 more words


Week 131: Macaron Imagine

My book shelves are full, but after I skimmed through Pierre Hermé’s new Macaron book, I knew I just have to buy it. (It’s now sitting on my ironing board.) 641 more words