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At the occasion of the Natural & Organic Products Asia event held at the Hong Kong Convention Center, where I happened to be a member of the Advisory Committee, I was asked to do a demonstration for a raw superfood dessert. Yes, me too when I read that, I was like, wow…. raw? superfood? You mean … Read more

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Last month, my trip to New York was for the launch of the new TASTE by Four Seasons, and although hurricane Sandy tried to stop it, it is now up and running. You can visit it and request ingredients and vote for your favorite dishes! At the original planned date of the event, apples were … Read more

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The Big Apple never fails to impress! I am posting this from New York City where I am stranded…. One of the most exciting event in my career was set to take place in New York on October 30th where I was invited to cook some desserts for a very special event. It was planned … Read more

Orchard's fruits, balsamic cider dressing, sorrel oil, malt crumble, cider ice cream, lemon zest

With Autumn pouring its orchard fruits on us, inspiration is knocking on the door every day! Joshua and Caleb from Twins Kitchen visited us for an informal chat and a little work around rye sourdough and the above dessert. I loved the way the Twins approached the filming and the way we chatted along the … Read more

Are you chestnut?

October 27th, 2011 | Posted by Gregoire Michaud in Daily life... - (12 Comments)
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Every year back home, autumn is synonymous of Brisolée. Brisolée is a traditional country side meal in the Valais region of Switzerland. We have it during autumn to celebrate a few seasonal delicacies of our region. The main actor of that meal is fire roasted chestnut and it is accompanied by moût de raisin (the … Read more

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With fresh roselle available on the local market shelves, I was poised to create. Yet, as I dug into countless websites, books and other magazines, I couldn’t find much recipes beside ice tea. Fresh roselle and raspberries The last time we had roselle was in its dried form and it had a nice and balanced … Read more

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