2018年10月07日

The Art of the Cookbook

People ask me all the time how many cookbooks I own (never count them) and do I actually use them all (I certainly use a lot of them).

Inevitably I’m asked which ones are my favourite and that’s a really tough one to answer as so many are near and dear to me.

I’m happy to say that I can add Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Bakery to that list Trademark China.

I first heard about Thomas Keller in 2005 when I was planning a trip to California. Like many, I embarked on a (futile) attempt to book reservations at the infamous The French Laundry. While I was unsuccessful, I ended up at Bouchon Bistro, another of Keller’s restaurants Tent Rental hong kong.

My family and I had a lovely lunch and were thrilled to find the bakery next door. We were going to visit relatives in the afternoon and decided we’d bring some pastries. I stepped into Bouchon Bakery and was immediately smitten. I don’t remember now if we brought cookies or a combination of cookies and tarts, but it was all delicious Master of Public Administration hong kong.

I haven’t been back to a Bouchon Bakery since (much to my chagrin), but I was so excited when, during the summer, I found out that Keller would be releasing a baking book based on the delicious creations at his bakery.

Plus the book was scheduled to be published on my birthday so if that’s not a sign then I don’t know what is …



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