A tart fit for a King!

January 13th, 2013 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (4 Comments)
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Or a Queen if you’d ask me! I know King’s day has passed, but I wasn’t actually doing King’s tart a few days ago, I was experimenting with puff pastry and butter. To me, this is like when you love playing guitar, for example, not following the notes, just jamming and just for the sake … Read more

Baking tryout: Rye sourdough and roselle

February 4th, 2011 | Posted by greg in Recipes - (8 Comments)
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In a passionate baker’s mind, you tend to relate everything you eat to bread. In this case, I am still trying to figure out the every use of Roselle since my last blog post on macarons. While munching on the preserved blossoms and their elegant floral acidity, I thought it would balance quite well with … Read more

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Undoubtedly, the way we once looked at chocolate is now history.  Today, just like lovers of fine wine, chocolate aficionados have their own clubs, ateliers and other associations promoting everything chocolate. Brands, on their side, have adapted to the demand with multiple single origin chocolates and special crop blends. Some of which are, arguably, excellent … Read more

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