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We Are Paris Gourmet

Posted by Bruce Banner on May 10, 2021 9:45:18 AM

 

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Established in 1983, Paris Gourmet is the New York tristate area’s leading specialty food service importer and distributor. We source the finest products from around the world and make them available across the country through a network of independent distributors. 

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Our staff of chef technicians conduct extensive research and development of products in pursuit of quality and innovation. They also provide multiple opportunities for continuing education, training, and support within the industry.

Paris Gourmet is located in New Jersey’s Meadowlands, 8 miles from New York’s Times Square.

 

Topics: U.S. Pastry Competition, Cuisine-Tech, New York City, Ravifruit, Coupe du Monde, Hero Jams, Oils, Cacao Noel, MODA tart shells, Beurremont, Pastry Trends, Amifruit, gelatech, Dechoix, chef, youtube, Pilar, chocolate, Sous Vide, bread, New Jersey, celebration, eric bertoia, nutley farms, pastry techniques, Beurremont butter, Noel Chocolate Bon Bons, Paris Gourmet

Chefs for Chefs: Our Service To You

Posted by Bruce Banner on Apr 19, 2021 9:00:00 AM

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From left to right, Chef Frederic Larre, Chef Sylvain Leroy, Chef Eric Bertoia, and Chef Calogero Romano 

 

Have you ever heard of "writers block" or needed some inspiration?  It happens to all of us, and in the food industry it happens to chefs as well.

 

Unlike most vendors, Paris Gourmet offers a solution to that problem.  A team of chef technicians that service our customers nationwide to answer any technical questions about our products, recipes, consulting, and our favorite... demo day!

 

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Chef Calogero Romano and staff at Malverne Pastry Shop

 

"Demo day" is a unique service that Paris Gourmet's chef technicians provide.  Depending on your location, the chef technician schedules a date to spend a day in your kitchen to show you and/ or train your staff on how to produce pastries.

Paris Gourmet provides ingredients and recipes for the demo and prior to the day, the chef technician usually discusses and goes over details of what the customer is looking for.

It is a day filled with lots of cooking, photo taking, and the best part... tasting of all the pastries that were produced for that day!

To book a demo and for more information, please contact your sales representative.

 

 

Meet our Chefs:

Instagram @sylvainleroy79

Instagram @bertoiaeric

Instagram @flarre16

Instagram @charliepastrynewyork

 

 

Topics: Cuisine-Tech, gelato, ice cream, Ravifruit, Techniques, praline, Hero Jams, Frozen pastries, Bon Patissier, Cacao Noel, decorations, Events, MODA tart shells, New Products, Pastry Trends, Amifruit, gelatech, viennoiserie, croissant, trends, chef, whites, macaron, bread, Butter, artisan gelato, cake, eric bertoia, cocoa powder, Calogero Romano, dark chocolate bark, chocolate bark, Noel Chocolate, freeze dried raspberries, nutley farms, pastry techniques, venoiserie techniques, venoiserie skills, dough, glucose syrup, Beurremont butter, Pastry Skills, croissant dough, consulting, frederic larre, sylvain leroy

It's Like BUTTAH!  Beurremont Butter for Croissants with Chef Eric Bertoia

Posted by Bruce Banner on Mar 10, 2021 9:30:00 AM

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Last week, Chef Eric Bertoia shows you the tips and tricks to make a beautiful tasty croissant!  

The video features the main component, which is the Beurremont sheeted butter and it DOES make a difference!

Check out our video listed below for a little taste!

For the full video check it out here!

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Topics: Techniques, viennoiserie, croissant, youtube, bread, Butter, eric bertoia, food, pastry techniques, venoiserie techniques, venoiserie skills, dough, dough sheeter, Beurremont butter, Pastry Skills, croissant dough

Meal Kits Is The New Mis En Place

Posted by Bea Davis on Jun 2, 2020 9:30:00 AM

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As time passes our passion for cooking at home continues, but shopping for certain ingredients lacks hope due to inconsistency of sourcing products. So what does one do when they want to cook a delicious meal for their loved ones while in quarantine? The answer is... think locally!

Thanks to companies like Hello Fresh and Blue Apron who paved the way and became pioneers for home cooks to produce quality meals with the convenience of not only having it delivered to your front door, but have all the ingredients measured and ready to throw in the pan. Now, local restaurants are taking a page from that book and starting to supply their neighborhoods with meal kits in both savory meals and sweet treats ready to cook and consume.

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Listed below is Paris Gourmet's recommendations of where to get your local "mis en place". So start clicking and planning your meals for this week... bon appetit!

***Did we miss a neighborhood favorite spot of yours? Feel free to comment below where to go and what you suggest to order.***

APPS & MAIN COURSE MEAL KITS

Brooklyn Benchmark Brooklyn, NY

COTE NYC, NY

Sous Vide Kitchen NYC, NY

BREADS & DESSERT MEAL KITS

Plum and Honey Brooklyn, NY

L' imprimerie Brooklyn, NY

ARTICLES THAT FEATURE MORE MEAL KITS

Eater.com NYC Restaurant Family Style Meal Kit

Theinfatuation.com 54 Restaurants Selling Groceries and Meal Kits

Newsday.com Long Island Restaurants Meal Kits

Purewow.com NYC Meal Kits

Topics: New York City, Restaurant News, Oils, condiments, cheese, Seafood, chef, Cookies, chocolate, bread, Butter, Staten Island, cake, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, New Jersey

Home Bread Baking is Back!

Posted by Bea Davis on Apr 22, 2020 1:24:28 PM

This trend may be the best thing to come from Quarantine 2020.

SourdoughHome baking is back, and Mr. DeMille, it's ready for it's close up!

Go on any social media site nowadays and you'll see people posting pictures of their latest bread creations. Boules and loaves, sourdough and focaccia...the internet is exploding with bread.

But is this something new, or have all these people been baking bread the entire time and we, the hungry public, just haven't known it? Or has the thought of being home with now end in sight spurred on a great resurgence of home bread baking? 

An incomplete and thoroughly unscientific poll on Facebook shows that, generally, people were "occasional" bakers before, and then started experimenting with sourdoughs because of their newfound time. For some, it's about finding some inner peace during the current crisis. For others it's about making up for a grocery shortfall. Sometimes it's about feeding themselves and their families a product with fewer ingredients than what they can find at the store. 

Rachel Wyman, owner of Montclair Bread Company in Montclair, NJ, saw an opportunity to get people excited about home baking and started posting step-by-step photos of how to produce some of her fan favorites. "I'm sharing my recipes because I know a lot of people are bored, entertaining kids, missing their favorite [Montclair Bread Company] baked goods, or all three. I've gotten such a positive response it's been easy to keep going." 

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Like most trends in the modern age, posting begets doing, doing begets posting, and it gains a foothold. What about you? Did you bake at home before the quarantine? Maybe you're a professional baker and doing so feels as natural as waking up. If you never baked before, what have you started with and how is it going? Share pictures of your breads in the comments. Here are a few to get things started

Flat Bread

Country White Loaf

Focaccia

 

 

Topics: Pastry Trends, home baking, in the news, bread

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