Monday, May 3, 2010

Jupiter @ Canele (a re-visit)

Jupiter @ Canele

Written by Yuan,
The strength of Canele's cakes have always been the rich chocolate content. Jupiter is really an acquired taste. When I first tried this cake, I had the impression that there were berries which made it sour. Later I realised the slight sourness comes from the chocolate. I have came to enjoy this slight sour taste admist rich chocolate. Pecan nuts add to the crunch and I must say that this is a good alternative to the usual hazelnut praline.

The drama behind every shot

We seldom show what goes behind the scene for the photos taken at home. Hence for a change, we included a photo of us in action. It's through this blog which we build our interest in photography and it is through this blog which made Yuan hooked on desserts. We seek to improve on every photo which we take to do justice to the effort put in by the pastry chef and we hope you will enjoy all the entries which we have put up.

@ Canelé Pâtisserie Chocolaterie

Lastly, Canele is a place I have always neglected when it comes to blog entries. I ate so many of their cakes but I have never attempt to take-away their cakes to take pictures. Perhaps, this is pure indulgence without the intention to blog.

Canelé Pâtisserie Chocolaterie
Shaw Centre
1 Scotts Road
#01-01A, Shaw Centre
Singapore 228208
Tel: 6738 9020


lj said...

The cakes sure look pretty!

Fen said...

They sure do. In fact from Canele's website, you will be able to see how different their whole cakes are from the small ones. Not only they look good on pictures, some are my personal favourites too.

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