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A wonderful cake with French marron cream

This recipe has been published by Mayu’s Kitchen in Paris on Valentines Day. Who said we should wait until next year Valentines? If we could we would bake this cake every day…

, 10/03/2015 12:18

A good way to eat your celery

Rémoulade is essentially a homemade mayonnaise and the sauce was originally created in France. The all-time classic way of serving celeriac is a “celeriac remoulade”, which means “mixing with 2 ing...

, 06/03/2015 10:00

Les Déserteurs, hot neo-bistro alert in Paris

I am still thinking of Daniel’s brie with black truffles, which was without doubts the best brie I’ve ever had in my life...

, 02/03/2015 11:05

The Cheese Tourteau from Poitou

Do you know this regional specialty: the famous “Cheese cake” from Poitou (different from the American one)? It’s a dessert that has always intrigued me and I wanted to try for a long time.

, 12/02/2015 08:37

The best crêpes in Melbourne

Have you ever found yourself wandering about Melbourne suddenly salivating for a little something French? Well, we’ve been preparing for such a day, and we’d very much like to help you curb your cr...

, 06/02/2015 09:59

Hexagone by Mathieu Pacaud in Paris

Located in a vast, atypical space for a Parisian restaurant in the 16th arrondissement, Hexagon serves delicious modern French cuisine, highly influenced by L’Ambroisie school, but much lighter, mi...

, 28/01/2015 14:23

OR TEA? x Sohofama Tea Pairing Party

OR TEA? x Sohofama Tea Pairing Party "Coffee or tea?" is a frequently asked question in every day's life. While coffee's bold flavour and aroma are often preferable, “OR TEA?” stands to urge con...

, 24/01/2015 00:50

Epicurious Immersion on French Polynesia’s “Vanilla Island”

Tahaa is well-known for being one of French Polynesia’s most fertile islands, with a variety of produce and fresh fruits — like bananas, coconuts, papaya, mangoes, starfruit and grapefruit, to name...

, 22/01/2015 08:00

Vanilla Panna cotta with Kaki jelly & Kaki chunks

Panna Cotta is a ‘cooked cream’, easy to make and everyone’s favourite Italian dessert. Well, today’s guest of Mayu’s Kitchen has allergies to dairy products. It’s too bad…. oh no! She will make ev...

, 20/01/2015 08:16

Grain de Sel - The New Takeaway Creperie

The popular French crêperie Fleur de Sel has recently opened a new take away concept creperie, Grain de Sel in the Sheung Wan neighbourhood. The new Grain de Sel offers traditional French galettes ...

, 17/01/2015 08:11
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