The Harvest Feast 2013

April 2nd, 2013 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (2 Comments)

April won’t be a bad month at all, besides April’s fool maybe… but this year, The Harvest Feast will fool no one. Aligning nothing less than 11 top Hong Kong Chef’s behind the stoves, the 2013 edition of the Harvest Feast looks way more than promising. The Harvest Feast is fundamentally organized towards supporting local … Read more

Stranded in New York with Sandy

November 2nd, 2012 | Posted by greg in Daily life... | Travel - (6 Comments)

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

There was no option: While I was back home I had to bake bread in those century old wood ovens. Before flying to Switzerland, I asked my family to scan all the news around that topic to see if there was any baking going on while we were there and lucky us, the small village … Read more

On the long flight back to Hong Kong from my native Valais, my son Clement watched countless movies and cartoon on his screen. As I was seating next to him, I couldn’t help to notice that friendly big orange furry peanut on his screen… he was watching Dr. Seuss’s Lorax. In itself, it was 86 … Read more

Jammin’ with the Roses!

July 9th, 2012 | Posted by greg in Daily life... | Recipes - (11 Comments)

The following post has been published in 2010, when we had the visit of Chef Helal in our kitchens. After the hacking of my blog, all the photos from this post were lost along with many others… I re-did the jam today because I think it’s really worth sharing such an interesting recipe. Also, I … Read more

Una autentica fiesta Mexicana!

June 1st, 2012 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (14 Comments)

100 light years away! This is where I landed when I tried the Mexican food of Chef Jorge Gonzalez and Chef Alfonso Berlanga. Yet, the food he and Alfonso cooked during their time in our kitchens is actually centuries old. Perhaps in my pastry chef life, I never had the chance to cross path with … Read more

It’s over here, curry on please!

September 19th, 2011 | Posted by greg in Daily life... | Travel - (2 Comments)

An interesting chemistry happened at work yesterday as our Lounge restaurant started a 10 days special Indian menu for dinner, planned and executed by Chef Vikram which is the Indian Chef at the Four Seasons Hotel in Mumbai, and particularly of the much sought-after San-Qi restaurant. During the 2 weeks I spent in Mumbai last … Read more

It’s not sweet food, but pretty sweet stuff if you see what I mean! It’s so exciting to live in a city like Hong Kong and actually be able to grow your own vegetable and herbs in your living room to cook dinner. The “cherry on the cake” was also Mandy’s (From Mandy’s Private Kitchen) … Read more

Rhubarb trifle: You did WHAT?

April 2nd, 2011 | Posted by greg in Daily life... | Recipes - (7 Comments)

I must apologize straight away to the purist, but I couldn’t resist the temptation of sharing with you my take on the classic spring dessert, the infamous rhubarb trifle. April is an awful month for fresh fruits, and as a matter of fact, one of the only few we can find is actually a vegetable! … Read more

Paradise found at the tip of Borneo

March 7th, 2011 | Posted by greg in Travel - (4 Comments)

We were told the rainy season was about to be done, so rightfully, we were expecting rain patches here and there. With luck, the only rain we witnessed was either at night when we were fast asleep, or on the last day, on our way to Kota Kinabalu airport. The first surprise we had was … Read more

My Beijing friend Petri, author of some of the most stunning photographs I have come accross says: …everything may be beautiful in this world, you just have to change your point of view… Growing up in a complete (..and complete is the least to say!) food oriented family simply modeled my mind, my taste and … Read more

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