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Pâtisserie Lac, part three – She who got ready for her exam… by making a tarte bourdaloue

Do you remember that time when cream pies were being thrown at foodbeam? Well, this would be so very appropriate. Again. The thing is that, aside from the long overdue bûches de Noël manifesto and the launch of la moustache, I’ve made a promise to Tony. A promise about something very exciting. A taste of […]

SHF. And then we cupcaked. It was totally awesome. Part deux.

Alright guys. You know certainly have the right to throw cream pies at my face blog. I would understand. I mean, twelves days. Overdue. Blame my Pascal Lac for this. His pâtisserie has been keeping me busy and super happy and excited for the past two weeks. I’m enjoying every second I get to spend […]

SHF. And then we cupcaked. It was totally awesome. Part un.

It’s quite crazy how those past five days went by. I arrived home. Unpacked my (thousands of) bags. Baked a little. Filled in paperwork. Visited Pascal Lac to say hello and make sure he still wanted me to work for him. Answered an interview. Put some green tea recipe together for an online magazine. And […]

SHF, so hastily fantastic – A reminder

Hey guys, I’m so sorry I haven’t been around lately. I had high intentions: from carrot cake to peanut, chocolate and salted caramel; from vanilla and chocolate crispy crackles to pineapple and coconut. In the end, my thesis (and presentation) took much more time than what I originally had expected. But I guess, this could […]

SHF, so horribly fluffy – S’more cupcakes

I came across S’mores quite late in life. A Michael Recchiuti book. A tiny note at the bottom of a page.


A piece of chocolate and a marshmallow, sandwiched together in crisp graham crackers. After a quick moment in the oven, the chocolate and marshmallow melt into each others, making for the most delicious sweet sandwich ever.