On my bookshelf

My foodie reads and inspiration:


Baking from my home to yours by Dorie Greenspan

Paris sweets by Dorie Greenspan

Desserts by Pierre Hermé

Chocolate desserts by Pierre Hermé

The perfect scoop by David Lebovitz

Bourke street bakery: The ultimate baking companion by Paul Allam

Le Cordon Bleu: Dessert techniques by Laurent Duchene

Professional baking by Wayne Gisslen

The advanced professional pastry chef by Bo Friberg and Amy Kemp Friberg

Grand finales: The art of the played dessert by Tish Boyle

Dessert fourplay by Johnny Iuzzini

How to be a domestic goddess by Nigella Lawson

Feast: Food to celebrate life by Nigella Lawson

I love macarons by Hisako Ogita


Le Cordon Bleu’s Complete Cooking Techniques by Jeni Wright and Eric Treuille

Ad hoc at home by Thomas Keller

The art of simple food by Alice Waters

Mastering the art of French cooking by Julia Child

In search of perfection by Heston Blumenthal

Momofuku by David Chang

Jamie’s Italy by Jamie Oliver

Cook with Jamie by Jamie Oliver

Italian local by Tobie Puttock

Harumi’s Japanese cooking by Harumi Kurihara

1,001 food you must eat before you die by Frances Case

Around the world in eighty dishes by Lesley Blanch (It’s a vintage book first published in 1956.)

The flavor bible by Karen Page & Andrew Dornenburg

On food and cooking by Harold McGee

Escoffier: Le Guide Culinaire by Auguste Escoffier

Mugaritz: A natural science of cooking by Adoni Luis Aduriz

Heston at home by Heston Blumenthal


4 Responses to On my bookshelf

  1. ying says:

    love your recipes! and do you bake strawberry shortcakes?

  2. Kelly says:

    Which country are you from?

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