Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Pretty in Pastel

Not much to say. It's time for me to brush my teeth and go to bed, but I wanted to share these pastries in pastel. Looks almost like Valentine's Day and I certainly did not make that on purpose :D
(for those who don't know: I belong to the dramatically unromantic gals)
Blurgh bed time... ^^'
ah yeah, they're availble in my Etsy Shop.

Il est l'heure pour moi de me brosser les dents et d'aller au lit, mais je voulais vous montrer ces pâtisseries dans les couleurs pastels. On dirait que j'ai fait tout ça pour la Saint Valentin ce qui n'est certainement pas le cas :D
(pour ceux qui ne me connaissent pas, je fais partie des filles terriblement pas romantiques)
Blarf dodo... ^^'
Ah oui, tout est disponible dans mon magasin Etsy.


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10 Cheerful Comments:

  1. un peu de douceur etc etc MDR !!

    chouettes les guimauves !

  2. la tranche de cake une grande réussite (texture ) bravo!

  3. Hi Stéphoue,

    This is Ben form Eat and Travel Weekly Hong Kong. We are planning to have a story about patisseries Paris from 16/2-24/2/11. I’m write to request for information.

    For the theme of my 20+ pages story, I’m looking for some new trend of patisseries in Paris, the greatest area for patisseries and some of the great chefs. Also, I’m interested about your mini-food and your art, will there have a chance to interview you and introduce your products to our readers? Look forward to your reply.

    Ben Leung Hok Man
    Travel reporter of Eat and Travel Weekly
    +852 2990 7733 / +852 9491 2642

    About Eat & Travel Weekly

    Since its launch in 1997, Eat & Travel Weekly has established itself as the most influential, authoritative and user-friendly magazine of food, travel and lifestyle in Hong Kong. It is the first weekly magazine to specialize in featuring food and travel, and is highly reputed with its rich variety of food and travel stories, credible restaurant reviews as well as refined and lively visual presentation.

    The reader

    Eat & Travel Weekly reaches a very wide spectrum of readership aged from 18 to 45, and the circulation per week amounts to about 180,000. Research shows that a number of them are affluent young professionals with high spending power, they are passionate about looking for fine-quality food, they keep planning to explore attractive destinations for holidays, and in general, they are very concerned about upgrading their quality of life.


    What keeps impressing the readers is our thematic approach for destinations, which enables a very in-depth study of local food cultures. From metropolitan cities like Tokyo, Paris, London, Yew York to hideaway escapes like Bali, Crete, Tasmania, the Seychelles to destinations off the beaten track like Ethiopia, Iceland, Arizona and East Timor, the magazine always succeed in giving a silhouette of local ambiance and a comprehensive picture of their daily life.

  4. Looks amazing and the colors is gorgeous!

  5. Merci and thanks everyone :)

    Ben < since we exchanged emails no need to reply more :)
    See you soon in Paris!


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