Monday, 18 July 2016

Good Grains, Pizza, Tea Story and the King of Pastry, M. Pierre Herme

Chef Talk: Meet the first non restaurant-based chef to win... Pierre Herme, the best pastry chef in the world, talks just desserts via City A.M.

Russian props :: Porcelain tea cups...
photo: ©LuciaZeccara | styling: ockstyle


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