The wooden table controversy

April 22nd, 2015 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (5 Comments)

Seldom are the days where the sun bathes a wooden bakery table nowadays… He might be playing hide and seek with the clouds, but that’s not really the culprit here. Hong Kong rental prices would rather be one of the reasons, pushing operators to hide kitchens and bakeries below ground, away from the expensive limelight. … 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

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

On the initiative of a very passionate teacher, Benoit, we were invited to be host of “La Journee du Gout” (The day of taste) at South Island School, in Hong Kong, showcasing authentic taste to about 350 students. When I write ‘We’, that would be Hong Kong’s finest chefs getting together. In the short history … Read more

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