My Delicious new prop for the Kids Yoga

Try to read this without mouth watering: “Cédric Grolet is known for his striking trompe l’oeil creations. What looks like a fig or lemon is actually an impossibly thin shell of lacquered white chocolate, which cracks open to reveal layers of fluffy ganache and spiced fruit”. This is how it all started. I had never paid much attention to the pastries we are very occasionally … Continue reading My Delicious new prop for the Kids Yoga

The French word of the day: “Parisienne”

As you’ve been great students for the last couple of weeks, we can introduce an expression. ” (un) je ne sais quoi” refers to something that can not be described or named easily. Something like a personal touch. The famous French touch, for instance 😉 To me, Paris has this “je ne sais quoi” that pays a tribute to The Woman, or more specifically the Parisian … Continue reading The French word of the day: “Parisienne”

Dreamy Croissants

Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreamy It has been 13 months since I last visited France. Asia has lots of delicious dishes, but there is only so much rice a French can endure. I have been fantasizing about croissants et pains au chocolat for weeks and weeks, and my wildest dreams eventually came true when we visited the Seorae Village in Seoul last week, where half of the French … Continue reading Dreamy Croissants