Show me your RACLETTE!

October 14th, 2012 | Posted by greg in Classes & Demo | Daily life... | Travel - (3 Comments)
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There are days where you wake up and things go way beyond anything you’ve ever expected. It’s 6am in the Swiss Alps and as the sun barely touches the 4000 meters summit across the valley and we find ourselves well on our way to the Alpage du Tronc. An alpage is a high altitude mountain cow … Read more

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Walking down the food market of Martigny, in the heart of the Swiss Alps, (also on Twitter!), the town I spent most of my youth at and where I did my bakery apprenticeship was truly remarkable. While living there, you bath in all these delicacies and don’t really bother. All the food is taken for … Read more

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 Aged Mimolette cheese, toasted rye sourdough and black cherry thyme jam wouldn’t be complete without… A nicely chilled white Hoegaarden beer! Unusual is the word that often come to one’s mind when our French restaurant Caprice manager Jeremy explains the rational behind the remarkable pairing. Indeed, the crisp cold sweetness of the white beer surrounds … Read more

Leela’s Cream Cheese at shesimmers.com

December 3rd, 2010 | Posted by greg in Books | Recipes - (7 Comments)
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It is truly a great reward to receive positive feedback and comments on any of my cookbooks… But more than words, Leela from the well-regarded blog shesimmers.com has taken it to the next level in actually putting the cream cheese recipe from “Got Cheese?” to the test! Her blog post features great photos and directions … Read more

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Here it is finally! The dessert cookbook “Got Cheese?” will be released at the very popular Hong Kong Book Fair on the 21st of July. (Click here for the details of the fair) The book is about the usage of cheeses in dessert making. Using fresh cheeses like mascarpone, ricotta, quark, but also a few … Read more

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