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In the Kitchen

Shangri-La's pastry kitchen by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

Shangri-La's pastry kitchen by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

Shangri-La's pastry kitchen by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

Shangri-La's pastry kitchen by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

A couple of weeks ago, when the lovely Norma was in town, I was invited to the Shangri-La pastry kitchen (that just happens to have a view of the Eiffel Tower by the way, how cool isn’t that?) to shoot a little cooking lesson together with their very talented pastry chef François Perret. I always say that if I had a few more lives to live, I would be a chef in one of them. Or a pastry chef… I haven’t really decided yet. Anyways, then you can imagine how excited I was for this day to arrive. Not only did this little experience offer a very delicious tasting session, we also got to learn how to make the tasty little treats ourselves. But my favourite part about this day was to see how a pastry kitchen at one of the most luxurious hotels in Paris really functions on a daily basis. If they would have left me in the kitchen I’m pretty sure I could have kept watching everyone cook for hours and hours. Thank you chef François Perret, Norma and the beautiful Shangri-La hotel for this super fun experience that I won’t forget anytime soon.

  1. Alexandra Aimee    June 5, 2014

    As always, these images are gorgeous. The top left is just perfect.

    — Alex at Cashmere Kangaroo

  2. If only these delectables were supersized! Yum!

  3. Cristina Gomez    June 5, 2014

    I’d love to be a pastry chef, but I’ll have to resign myself to baking cakes from time to time ; ) Beautiful photos, by the way.

  4. Senada    June 6, 2014

    Oh, can we please have more photos from this session … I’m craving for more… Pleaseeeeee

  5. Name    June 6, 2014

    What an amazing experience!

  6. Looks delicious! You are a better woman than me because I think there would have only been two of those little bites to take pictures of as I think my sweet tooth would have made those disappear before the camera shutter went off 😀

    48 hours in Jerusalem

  7. This is pure art!!

  8. oh man this is a dream of mine! I love François Perret’s face in the first photo haha. Hope you enjoyed indulging! x

  9. Dominica C    June 6, 2014

    those pastries look SO good ! I can only imagine how excited you must have been to witness this moment !
    Lovely images, as always !

  10. Thank you so much for sharing this post! It’s really inspiring, especially since I’m living in Paris this summer to go to Le Cordon Bleu to learn pastry! Definitely would be a dream come true to be a pastry chef!

  11. Stunning photos as ever – beautiful to read and look at / admire !

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