Following a choc-tastic Easter there could surely be no better way to keep those sugar levels happily soaring than with a crafty evening of gingerbread decorating and gin quaffing. This most recent gin-soaked...
I love to settle down with a nice cup of tea and a good book, especially when the book is cake! Though sad for me I didn’t get to eat this cake, I did get to create it and received a wonderful reaction...
This final post rounds off the series of blog posts that I’ve been writing recently following my research trip to Paris. You perhaps won’t be surprised to see some big names in the top 3: Ladurée...
Following on from the reviews of Aux Merveilleux de Fred, Fauchon, Maison Georges Larnicol and Piccadis (which can be found here and here), we move on to the top 5 pâtisseries my husband and I sampled...
Continuing on our culinary jaunt around Parisian pâtisseries, we have here the next two instalments of my reviews from a recent research trip to Paris (the first instalment, reviewing Fauchon and Aux...
“Fiona’s Paris trip confirmed that French was indeed the language of love” is how my birthday card from my Mum read this year. Take a look at it and you’ll see exactly how befitting this card was...
I’m typically a calm person. I take things in my stride and when situations get tense or are on the verge of meltdown I take a deep breath and quickly search for a solution. If total destruction is inevitable...