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Pierre Hermé-inspired Ispahan loaf cake (Almond loaf cake with rose, raspberry and lychee)

I’m a fan of Pierre Hermé‘s range of  Ispahan desserts. There’s just something magical about the flavour of rose, lychee, and raspberry. As much as I like, I can’t eat a macaron for breakfast, so I have to find a … Continue reading

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Best pâtisseries to visit in Paris

As promised, here is a shortlist of my favourite pâtisseries in Paris. I’ve also included a chocolate shop and a croissant shop (I know they aren’t patisseries but they definitely deserve your attention). 1. Angelina Angelina is a patisserie that … Continue reading

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Rose macarons

I’ve never been a huge fan of rose but I’m beginning to love the its delicate and subtle flavour more and more. I have never picked a rose macaron if I had to choose just one or two from a … Continue reading

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Chocolate sables christmas wreaths

It’s the time of the year again for some Christmas cheer. This time, they come in the form of chocolate sables. To introduce some Christmas feel, I piped them in circles to make them look like Christmas wreaths. Then I … Continue reading

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