Last week, when I posted that photo, tons of people asked me for the recipe, but also many of you told me how popular cornflakes cookies were in some part of the world. Then I searched the web to see what other people had done and there are hundreds of different recipes, including many of … Read more
Reading about the virtues of ingredients often keeps me in absolute awe when finding out what Mother Nature has created for us, and yet, most of the time we barely know about it. Ginger is the cure of many illness, yet, it is prominent in arthritis treatment and most of all motion sickness and nausea. … Read more →
We’re in full production of Easter goodies and this year we’ve made it colorful! Those are just a few of the seasonal goodies we are doing. This time of the year is really an enjoyable one; it allows us to unleash ourselves on creating pieces obscenely packed with chocolate, sugar and calories! For the chocolate … Read more →
This is how cinnamon leaves look in real life: And this is how they look in our pastry :) Here is the recipe. Straightforward and easy to bake at home, the main point of success would be the quality of the hazelnut and the cinnamon powder… This recipe was featured on Asia Tatler Dining as … Read more →
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- Croissant Premiere!
- Summer afternoon tea launched
- How would you like your scones: Baked or Posh?
- Undeniable: Hong Kong loves Egg Tarts!
- Biscuit Japonais a la coconut
- Gingersnap cookies with fresh ginger
- Time for PASTRY REVOLUTION!
- Brand new website: Pastry & Baking Magazine
- Bonjour et Bienvenue Petite Amanda!
- Blueberry honeycomb a la sodium bicarbonate!