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Pierre Hermé 2017 Macarons Day in Hong Kong!

Launched in Paris in 2005, Macaron Day at Pierre Hermé Paris has since become an annual celebration. Pierre Hermé established Macaron Day in partnership with members of France’s elite pastry committee, Relais Desserts, to honour the macaron while supporting a charitable cause. The initiative has grown since its inception and now includes pastry chefs from the UK as well as the US.  They have recently announced that they have teamed up with Macaron Baby who is their Ambassador for the 2017 Macaron Day Campaign that will take on June, Saturday 24th  and Sunday 25th, 201 in Hong Kong. In addition to this, on these two days, cu...
Category: Food in HK

The Perfect Gift with The Artist – Personalised Craft Beer

Looking for a gift for Fathers Day or any occasion that’s personalised, tasty and unique? The Artist is your answer. The Artist is a craft beer company offering premium and innovative craft beers from Belgium. Their beers are brewed in their farm in Belgium and mostly with natural ingredients. They offer three types of beer that are available on their website Blonde (belgian Blonde ale), White (a refreshing wheat beer with a hint of lemon) and Raspberry (a fruity ale, a little sweeter and made of natural raspberries). Once you’ve selected your flavours, customers can select their beer flavours online and upload their pictures, ...
Category: Food in HK

Le Petit Croissant – French delicacies that melt in your mouth!

  Founded by a passionate French baker, Laura, Le Petit Croissant is Hong Kong’s very own wholesome breakfast delivery that is accessible to both homes and offices. Their pastries are extremely fresh and made-to-order in their kitchen located in Sheung Wan. Some of the pastries are also made by a local producer in a nearby village to Laura’s hometown and imported all the way from France! I had the privilege of tasting some of their delicacies and they sure did not disappoint. I tried a range of products such as their croissants, mini pain au chocolat, ham and cheese swirl, mini chocolate muffin, mini blueberry muffin and straw...
Category: Food in HK

NutriAlley – Healthy Online Food Shopping in HK

As summer is quickly approaching, we all try to hit the gym and eat healthier in hopes of being swimsuit-ready, but the only downfall is how do we really know what we are consuming is actually healthy? One problem I have found living in Hong Kong is that supermarkets do not tend to label a lot of their aisles or items for that matter with the appropriate nutritional levels. Growingly now, more people are much more health conscious and some also have allergies/want to avoid certain products such as gluten – so where do we shop for ingredients that we know will meet our diet requirements? Enter NutriAlley. NutriAlley are a young c...
Category: Food in HK

Happy Cow – Non-dairy ice-cream thats delicious!

Happy Cow entered the Hong Kong market in 2012 and since than has grown to be increasingly popular. Happy Cow is is a dairy-free ice cream that aims to create a healthier alternative for people and our planet. Now days, more and more people are realizing the effects of ‘junk’ food in our bodies and opt for a healthier alternative. Happy Cow offers a wide range of flavours, catering to everyone’s taste. Their ice-creams range from more standard flavours such as chocolate chip all the way to more exotic flavours such as lime in the coconut.   I tried out the following: Mint Chocolate Chip, Yin Yang Sesame, Salted Caramel and Pu...
Category: Food in HK