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Ginkgo Leaf

My second sweet for November is also in the Autumn Colour theme. The shape is the leaf of ‘Ginkgo’ which becomes the most brilliant yellow colour during this season. 176 more words


From madeleines to mochis, sweet to sublime

Having spent months at Alain Ducasse Education, up to my neck in totally outrageous quantities of sugar, flour and butter — the hallmarks of French pastry, I felt the desire for a new approach to dessert; something less processed and closer to the natural. 111 more words


Hi & welcome to Un rien de Sucre

I can not start this blog without shortly presenting myself. My name is Cecile, but my friends and family call me Cilou. I am French, work as a creative director, and have lived abroad for 8 years now, first in Barcelona, Spain and now in Boston, MA. 413 more words


My Trip to Japan | Day 13, Wagashi crafting

Previously: Tokyo Tower and One Piece

November 14th

Day three in Tokyo, the first during the week. It started normal; got up, skyped briefly with mom and dad, got breakfast at the Mini Shop, out the door by 10am. 1,383 more words


Mizu Yokan (Red Bean Jelly) 紅豆水羊羹

I was left with some unused red bean paste and a bunch of frozen chestnuts ever since Mid Autumn Festival so I need to think of some ways to get rid of them. 547 more words

Asian Desserts

Halloween Black Cat🐱

I needed to make two Japanese sweets for October. It is quite normal that a typical Japanese sweet maker gets an idea for designing their sweet from some seasonal flower/plant/fruit or event occurring during the month. 227 more words

Japanese Food

October 2017 Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Venue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 28th October 2017

Time: 14.00– 19.00… 440 more words