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Sushi with fried foie gras

Some time ago, I often went to Asia, to Japan. I love the cuisine of almost all Asian countries so much! I think this comes across in my books and blog, but also in my workshops! It is not in Japan that I discovered these amazing sushi, but in China! I admit I was skeptical at first, but since I really like pan-fried foie gras, I wanted to try it. And I immediately loved it. The classic flavors of a sushi (the vinegared rice, the soy sauce that accompanies it, the wasabi that spices it up) are mixed to perfection with the foie gras, here hot and pan-fried. There is nothing traditional about this, I realize, but since I am unlikely to travel as much as I used to, and I had some raw foie gras in the freezer, I wanted to put this recipe on my blog.

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Czech Christmas Braided Brioche

Here is a new recipe made in partnership with Visit Czech Republic. This time we made the Christmas braided bun. Deliciously flavored with lemon, almonds and raisins, it is composed of three layers to be stacked. Don’t panic, everything is explained step by step as usual and even in video!

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Puff pastry brioche

As you may know, I have just finished writing my 6th book, which will be published by Flammarion on November 18th and which marks my real return to the field of pastry, even if there was some in “Végéterrien” and in “Je fais mon chocolat maison”. I’ve been away from the blog for a while, but only to come back to it. This time I’m offering you my recipe for puff pastry brioche, which is really not that complicated to make at home. But above all the result is really delicious and buttery. With a simple jam, it is the perfect snack or breakfast!

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Inverted puff pastry with cocoa

  New recipe for inverted puff pastry on my blog, this time with cocoa! I’ll give you all the tips you need to make a very homogeneous dough, with regular