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Cakes, Desserts And Lots More. Paris Bakeries Part 3: Enjoying The Patisserie.

Exploring and Enjoying Parisian Bakeries Part 3.

Sweets, Desserts and Much Much More.

There is truly no way to do justice to the depth and variety of delectable goodies available at a good Parisian Patisserie in one article.   654 more words

Paris Eats

Sadaharu Aoki: Bamboo

“Bamboo” green tea and dark chocolate cake, matcha crème, dark chocolate ganache. at first you think it’s a strange flavor combination but the two flavors work well together to create bitterness in the best possible way. 29 more words

Sadaharu Aoki

青木定治のフレジエ - Sadaharu Aoki's Fraisier


Springtime in Japan when everything is so beautiful. The weather is just starting to warm up a bit, when one can begin to embrace the earliest rays of the year while at the same time enjoy the cool from the remnants of the melting snow… The gardens are most lovely at this time of the year, as the ground awakens to the calls from the changing seasons and begins yet another year’s cycle. 1,408 more words

Food

Sweet lunch

After visiting the Tudors, I had lunch with a great connoisseur of parisian patisseries, so our meal was not very savoury (I asked for it!): for me, 3 macaroons of the best of both worlds by S. 47 more words

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Paris is for Pastries (Not Lovers)

So I’ll be honest, I think I’m the only person in the world who hates Paris. I know, I know. The City of Lights! The most romantic place in the world! 1,083 more words

Food

Tokyo: Pierre Herme, Sadaharu Aoki, and noix de beurre

I’ve never liked audio guides when visiting galleries and art museums. I’m going to mute myself for this post.

Japan

Sadaharu Aoki - the Parisian Japanese pâtisserie, in Tokyo

I have actually discovered Sadaharu Aoki, considered as one of Japan’s Top 3 pastry chef, in Paris. I was very surprised by the Japanese/French “double nationality” of the cakes: French sophisticated aspects with a Japanese minimalism touch, French typical recipes but made with Japanese flavors (the matcha tea is the key signature of the Chef!). 81 more words

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