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One of our favorite things about the holiday season in Paris is the bûche de Noël, the Christmas yule log. The city's pastry chefs...

"Let them eat cake", the ill-fated queen said. Surely she meant chocolate cake. Chocolate-drizzled pastries. Chocolate mousse. Heck, even chocolate gowns. Chocolate in every...

Dubbed pastry cheffe of the Year 2009 by Le Chef magazine, and World’s Best Pastry Cheffe 2018 by Les Grandes Tables du Monde, the...

Born in Firminy to a family of restaurateurs, Cédric Grolet knew from a young age he wanted to follow a career in pâtisserie, starting...

"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow" --Audrey Hepburn Les Foodies Sandwiched between Eataly (see below) and the Gucci boutique, Les Foodies is under...

The first Yule log cakes appeared in 1879, and since then no French Christmas table is complete without the iconic Christmas dessert. Here we...

Foodies might need to form an orderly queue this Tuesday, as Le Meurice reveals the opening of a new patisserie with its award-winning pastry...

How do we love the Saint Honoré pastry? Let us count the ways. The pile of whipped cream, the caramelized cream puffs, the pâte...

Macaron, quoi? In recent years, the humble éclair has had a fashionable makeover in Paris with pastry chefs like Christophe Adam devoting entire boutiques to...

There's a lot to love at the Centre Pompidou this summer. Artist David Hockney has made a splash with an important exhibition, not to...

Le Taillevent-- created in 1946 by André Vrinat and subsequently directed by his son Jean-Claude (who went to the great restaurant in the sky in...
Angelo Musa's grapefruit cheesecake

Calling all Paris pastry lovers. There's a new head Pâtissier at the at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, and he's creating some tasty treats as beautiful as bijoux. After the...