Christophe Michalak is a famous French Master Pâtissier (pastry chef). At the age of 15, he decided to become a pastry chef and obtained his professional certificate at the age of 16. Since then, he has worked in many well-known restaurants and pastries across the world – in London, Brussels, Nice, NY, Kobe, Beverly Hills and Paris.
Hi everyone, it’s been a while! I’m so sorry if I’ve neglected you, but the end of the summer has been very busy! After spending four years in Paris, we have decided to try our luck in NY! This is an experience I’ve been wanting for years! Between packing and moving, taking care of the new house, the new school for my daughter, and getting used to the new environment, I didn’t have much time to talk about my culinary experiences.
Strolling through the streets of Paris in the 1st arrondissement, I came across this little pastry boutique on rue Montorgueil. I was captivated by these cute, colorful, little cream puffs displayed in the front of the store.
I was walking in the streets of Saint-Germain-des-Près with my husband and my daughter, as I usually like to do on Saturday afternoons. Just strolling in the busy, narrow streets, where tourists and Parisians alike frequent art galleries, antique stores, bookstores, restaurants, cafés, bars…
Thank you to Inspirelle.com to have published my article in their March 17th édition.
At Alléosse, cheese is king in the beautiful store. Made of lightly colored wooden slats, the store’s décor is very elegant and highlights each cheese’s true value. Cow cheese, goat cheese, ewe cheese – no cheese is left behind. Like stars they shine, and like stars they mask a fascinating “behind-the-scenes” life.