I’m Cindy, a 30 years old French girl, living in London. Welcome to Food For Thoughts.

This blog started in June 2011, as a notebook, or a way for me to communicate with friends about an exciting project I was doing at the time. I had won a cake design contest for the London Wildlife Trust’s 30th anniversary and suddenly was faced with the task of baking an ensemble of cakes for  one hundred guests at the House of Commons. I had no experience in baking for that many people and needed all the support I could get.  Blogging seemed a good idea!

The blog then evolved with recipes, tips and reviews of coffee shops and restaurants I love in London. And more recently with posts about my travels in South Korea.

Not to forget news about the artisan Pâtisserie and Catering business I started in February 2012, Petit Gâteau !

I’m what you may call a kitchen addict, always looking for a new recipe to try, or a good address to share. I hope you’ll enjoy perusing through the blog and that you’ll try many of my recipes!
If you do, don’t be shy, leave a comment or email me! Questions are welcomed too and I’ll do my best to help you.

Talk to you soon!!




4 commentaires:

Oriana a dit…

we are a group of 5 Italian students and we are attending our last year of management engineering at the University of Bologna, Italy. We're doing a marketing project and in order to complete the task the professor gave us, we have to do some interviews via Skype with (young) people all around the world.

We found your interesting blog searching on Google and we would like to ask you if you are available to do one brief interview with us. It only last at least 15 minutes. We choose you because we think you are a good candidate since the interview is about food habits and food differences around the planet.

We would really appreciate your help because in order to finish this marketing project (and get our Master degree) is very important for us to do this survey.

Your answers will be elaborated in an anonymous form and we will use them only for this project purpose. We won't ask you personal life details but only general questions about food and you are free to answer whenever you like, but it has to be with an interview via Skype, in English.

Our deadline is very strict, so we really looking forward for your (positive) answer. We will then give you our Skype account as soon as possible. We will also decide together which part of the day is better for you to do the interview, due to the time differences.

Thank you


Oriana a dit…

oriana.n.lang (at) gmail.com

Anonyme a dit…


Je suis administrateur de la page web www.mytaste.fr et ai constaté avec plaisir que vous publiiez de délicieuses recettes sur votre blog. Aussi, je voudrais vous présenter notre site et les avantages qu'il offre aux blogueurs.

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À cet effet, nous avons créé la rubrique "Top blogs de recettes" où vous pouvez ajouter votre blog gratuitement. Ceci vous permettra d'avoir plus de la visibilité et ainsi d'augmenter le nombre de visites sur votre blog. Pour cela, il vous suffit de visiter notre page et de cliquer sur « ajouter votre blog » dans la rubrique Top blogs de recettes.

Espérant que votre blog culinaire sera bientôt en haut du "Top blogs de recettes", si vous avez des questions, n'hésitez pas à me contacter à info@mytaste.fr.

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Site Manager Mytaste France

Anonyme a dit…

J'ai cree un groupe de discussions francaises dans le sud ouest de Londres - http://www.meetup.com/French-Language-in-Richmond/.
Est-ce que quelqu'un connaitrait par hasard une organisation ou personnes avec qui je pourrais organiser pour ce groupe des rencontres de travaux pratiques pour apprendre des recettes francaises?

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