I’ve got (easily) convinced by Leela from SheSimmers.com to finally join Twitter… I guess it’ll be a good communication tool to broadcast the latest update, for example about the coming up baking class, books, or simply to find out what’s baking! So, follow me here!
Recently I received an email from Karen, asking me about icing for cookies and cupcake cream cheese icing and I thought it would be nice to share some tips with everyone. For the hard type of icing, that we call Royal Icing, the one used on cookies or for decoration on wedding cake, is made … Read more
The latest article I wrote for the WOM guide column “What’s for dessert?” is about our beloved macaron. I am sharing my opinion on the popular sweet and expressing my concerns on the industrial road macarons are following, getting distributed by McDonald France or Starbucks in the US. I just wish macarons could remain what … Read more
Another strong memories I have to share with you is a very rare sight. The “birth” of a new vine plant. Our family owns a vineyard for more than 60 years (yes, that’s a lot of wine to drink! :) ) and we’re cultivating and vinifying two major kinds of grapes which are growing particularly … Read more
Vacation at home, in Switzerland, are always about family, friends and food. And unless you’re really sick, there is no way to escape any of my family’s delicious cooking – the problem? Weight. You just keep on gaining weight!! :) Of course, I was also very happy to join the efforts and for example, I … Read more
Easter is approaching fast with its load of goodies… This year, with the trend, we are going “green” :) Easter is always a great moment to let our mind boggle on creating new chocolate display or sweet treats. Quality Madagascar vanilla beans, 71% criollo dark chocolate and homemade strawberry jam were used in the making … Read more
On March 14th, 2010 – we gathered 25 passionate foodies ranging from professionals to amateurs. The result of the day was simply awesome. We had possibly some of the best chefs in their own field in Hong Kong to bake bread, pizzas, roasted meat and the great apple tart. The people participating at the outing … Read more
On October 20th, 2009 – For the International Chef’s Day, Gregoire Michaud joined other chefs in a great day of charity to prepare and serve meals to 700 handicapped kids at the Hong Chi Association in Hong Kong. On that exceptional event of sharing, chefs are joining hands helping this association to bring a smile … Read more