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Pierre Hermé Paris Boutique, Ritz Carlton, Kyoto

I heard Pierre Hermé opened a shop in Kyoto during some non-compete time period from a former employer. Anyhow, there’s a small boutique inside the Ritz Carlton in Kyoto. 179 more words


Week 154: Chocolat framboise petit gâteau

It is Lunar New Year season, and half the people are down with cough and cold, including yours truly. Except, this year I didn’t gnaw on a single slice of barbecue pork or a pineapple tart. 353 more words


Week 153: Chocolate brownie and passion fruit mousse

When people are tired from work, they drink. When I am tired from work, I crave for a good dessert. But since my weekend is super short, I had to make do with what is in the freezer. 142 more words


Week 151: Cheesecake Mosaïc

My last bake for the year (yes, this is also for the Christmas Eve potluck). This is one of the most complex cheesecake in my repertoire, and the most complex flavour too, with 2 separate layers (baked and non-bake) of pistachio cheesecakes embedded with macerated sour cherries. 291 more words



Xinh đẹp, kiêu kỳ, và tinh tế. Nếu ví macaron như một mademoiselle de Paris, thì mình nguyện chuyển giới (hoặc là đồng tính) để trọn đời yêu mademoiselle này! 767 more words

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Good Things End with 'É'

When you can’t meet the King of Macaron himself – Pierre Hermé – a visit to his ’round’ table is the best substitute. Saying, “Oui, oui!” to my absolute favourite city – Paris, of course – a trip to this magical place would not be complete without a must-see and must-visit stop for food shopping at noneother than Monsieur Hermé‘s boutique of sweets. 405 more words


Best of Paris: Coffee & Chocolate Part 1

Paris, the capital of all things couture, was one of the later adopters of specialty coffee, but it’s a scene that has blossomed so significantly that it’s impossible to visit all of its cafes in a week, never mind a short trip. 900 more words