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Cedric Grolet, was voted the best pastry chef in the world !

Have you ever eaten a croissant at Cedric Grolet? Well, it's a unique culinary experience to try out urgently if you like French pastries. Just seeing this super-thin multi-layered puff pastry makes you want to bite into it at the sight of it. The same is true for all other pastries, and for good reason: Cedric Grolet was voted best pastry chef in the world !

History of the « Opera », a classic French pastry

It's one of the most popular dessert in France, Opera is dedicated to chocolate lovers and is a beautiful tribute to the Opera Garnier and Its dancers.

The « galette des rois », A French tradition

On the first Sunday in January, tradition has it that it is the occasion to "shoot the kings" at the epiphany: a bean is hidden in the cake and the person who obtains this bean becomes the king of the day and has the right to wear a fancy crown.

Religieuses by Christophe Michalak

Do you know christophe michalak? he is one of the most talented and publicized young pastry chefs in France. Today we are delivering her recipe for a religieuse that is a pure delight. Christophe Michalak has replaced the usual icing, which he considers too sweet, with almond paste.

Cedric Grolet, was voted the best pastry chef in the world !

Have you ever eaten a croissant at Cedric Grolet? Well, it's a unique culinary experience to try out urgently if you like French pastries. Just seeing this super-thin multi-layered puff pastry makes you want to bite into it at the sight of it. The same is true for all other pastries, and for good reason: Cedric Grolet was voted best pastry chef in the world !

History of the « Opera », a classic French pastry

It's one of the most popular dessert in France, Opera is dedicated to chocolate lovers. Did you know this pastry was named in 1950 by Cyriaque Gavillon, a pastry chef who owned the emblematic Dalloyau bakery ?

History of the king’s cake

On the first Sunday in January, tradition has it that it is the occasion to "shoot the kings" at the epiphany: a bean is hidden in the cake and the person who obtains this bean becomes the king of the day and has the right to wear a fancy crown.

Religieuses by Christophe Michalak

Do you know christophe michalak? he is one of the most talented and publicized young pastry chefs in France. Today we are delivering her recipe for a religieuse that is a pure delight. Christophe Michalak has replaced the usual icing, which he considers too sweet, with almond paste.

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