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15 Jul 2017

Antonin Careme was the maestro of the haute cuisine revolution that happened with the rise of the French burgeoisie after the fall of the monarchy. We have him to thank for the magnificent centrepieces, the mille feuille, the charlotte, the nougat among other things. Most importantly he was a prolific writer and shared his culinary secrets as well as documented thoroughly the haute cuisine processes for the future generations. This was instrumental in spreading the French culinary culture globally.

5 Jul 2017

A fun competition for mums in Paris to raise awareness of the #itsfuntoshare campaign aiming at helping them forge friendships in the city using cake as a social medium

18 Jun 2017

A contemporary patisserie and tearoom offering excellent seasonal gateaux paired up with gourmet coffee, tea and wines in a cozy and modern environment.

12 Jun 2017

The annual festival on rue du Bac celebrating the merchants of the area, especially the patissiers. This year the festival is dedicated to the use of pepper in pastry

12 Jun 2017

A great place in the Marais for coffee and a treat in the intriguing surroundings of a charming library room filled with hundreds of second hand books

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