Sunday afternoon

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

To some people, gloomy skies and lower temperature induces some sort of comfort food craving… If you are one of these people, then you may just want to try the new pastries we’ve created on our afternoon tea. For the chilly season, we’ve put together heartwarming flavors and textures in our creations. On the left … Read more

Marou – Faiseurs de Chocolat

September 25th, 2012 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (0 Comments)

MAROU! A brand new and fresh look to quality chocolate is the least to say! With all the big brands monopolizing the market of upscale chocolate, Marou brings us a fresh and nice look to the food of Gods. Everything about Marou is from Vietnam and as surprising as it sounds, the team at Marou … Read more

It’s Sundae! Let’s eat!!

June 22nd, 2012 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (6 Comments)

I will avoid the ” The summer is here and it’s hot” line and go straight to the point: It’s Sundae time! To keep your body and spirit cool this summer, we’ve created a series of Sundae with a little twist… If you ask me what’s the philosophy behind those Sundaes, it’s very simple: When … Read more

Friday 30th of December, just after the news at one, I’ll have the honor to be the guest of star host Crystal Kwok for her live show “Kwok Talk” on RTHK3 – and let me tell you, I’d better be ready to talk! Whilst a more visual broadcast (hint hint) is on its way, I … Read more

I don’t know how to start this post! … I’m so excited to announce the release of my new baking book that I can’t compose a normal sentence… it all goes into 1970’s black and white advertising for lard kind-of-sentence, like: ” You’re happy because you bake your own bread!” …says the guy with beautiful … Read more

Gioia by Chi, the new patisserie by Roy Chan comes right in time to grow the ranks of top quality pastry shop in town! In the greatest Hong Kong tradition, we assisted to the official grand opening of the new patisseriewith the traditional blessings from the Lion Dance and the Bai San ceremony, including chickens … 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

Scheduled to be published for the Hong Kong Book Fair and its 920,000 visitors in July 2011, here is a glimpse of what you will find in my upoming baking book! After the unconditional success of the now sold-out Artisan Bread book, I oriented this second edition towards baking your own bread at home. We … Read more

Our new afternoon tea has gone gold!

February 21st, 2011 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (1 Comments)

For your eyes only, a few highlights of our selection and other superb kitchen sights… PS: In the IT world, the expression “gone gold” means the final release of a game or software is released to public. I thought it would fit our new pastries pretty well :)

Joseph Heller had it spot on when he said “When I grow up I want to be a little boy” We just wrapped an intense week of photo shooting for my upcoming new baking book! I say “new baking book” because I still pondering on its title… I am now sorting recipes and (lots of…) … Read more

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