Chef Estée arrives at her flat in the hip Le Marais district. She is going to cook for her teacher, who taught her the tricks of the trade eight years ago.
On every street corner in Paris you can find a patisserie and marvel at the most beautiful pastries. Chef Estée tries to discover the secret recipe for the macaron.
Love and chocolate, a beautiful combination. One of the most famous aphrodisiacs is chocolate, which is why Estée visits Patrice Chapon.
Chef Estée loves many French clichés, including the long lunch with good wine. Marché des Enfant Rouges is the oldest covered market in Paris and is home to many special entrepreneurs.
Chef Estée immerses herself in the Asian quarter of Paris in search of the most delicious fusion creations. Among other things, she visits a Japanese supermarket and tastes sweet dumplings. She also meets the Japanese female chef Kayori Hirano.
When you think of France, you think of cheese. Chef Estée loves roquefort, brie and camembert and indulges herself in France, a country with no less than 1,200 different cheeses. Each region has its own cheese, something which also applies to wines.
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