Tag Archives: Pierre Hermé

Week 173: Lemon meringue tart

I admit I am rather predictable when it comes to tarts. Sorry to disappoint those of you who thought I’d fill those gorgeous tart shells with something different. But here they are again, with my favourite lemon curd and cream … Continue reading

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Week 172: Lemon meringue tart

Whenever I need to whip up something in a jiffy, this is my go-to recipe. And I promised our intern at work that I would bake her something special before she returns to France. So, here it is.

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Week 166: Black forest double fromage cheesecake

Once you’ve gotten used to eating homemade desserts, you realise it is so much harder to satisfy that sweet tooth. I have been craving some chocolate cheesecake so I thought I’d do a Blackforest version this time.

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Week 164: Tarte exotique

It is mango season, and I recently bought 3 big fruits which are perfect for some mango tarts. I wanted to do something a little bit different this time, so I set forward to do some recipe research.

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Week 164: Blueberry double fromage cheesecake

After my not-totally-satisfactory blueberry cheesecake attempt last week, I did more research and realised that, in fact, I have made double fromage cheesecake a few times before. And it’s none other than Pierre Hermé’s cheesecake mosaïc.

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Week 163: Blueberry double fromage cheesecake

Ever since famous Hokkaido cheesecake, LeTAO, arrived at our little red dot, “double fromage” cheesecake is becoming the new “in” dessert. As my prior experience with this type of cheesecake was disappointing, I thought I would try making it at … Continue reading

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Week 162: Petit gâteau chocolat framboise

Some days you just want something simple and familiar. And to me, chocolate and raspberry is the ultimate combo. I have been wanting to try raspberry jelly in my desserts and I thought this is the perfect opportunity.

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Week 161: Lemon meringue tartlets

It has been a while since I last made these sunny tartlets, and I also have a lemon sitting in my refrigerator for the last 2 weeks. Since I will be meeting 2 old friends for dinner, I thought I’ll … Continue reading

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Week 156: Le cœur fondant

What’s better than a decadent, dark chocolate dessert for Valentine’s Day? Trick question. There’s nothing better, really. But, to break with tradition, and a close personal second favourite, I decided to make something without chocolate.

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Week 154: Paris-Brest

The best thing about the Lunar New Year long weekend was that I finally got to bake these individual Paris-Brest. I am never confident with choux and was thankful to have @theboxerchef, who bakes chouquettes quite regularly, over for a … Continue reading

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