If you're reading this, you are already a part of this project. Who we are We are a family of four- Didier, Sandrine and our two daughters Cassandre and Salome- coming all the way from France and we just moved here in Boston. What a strange idea, right? After managing big department stores for 25 years in France, we decided to start a new life. Didier underwent training as a baking chef and all the family quickly got involved in the project. Soon enough, there was flour, sugar and eggs all over the kitchen. But we all went for it. What is better than having a homemade cake for a party, homemade bread for dinner or simply having a good pastry with a cup of good tea or coffee? Who has never heard about French food? French coffee? With our typical pastries like the "eclair" or the "st honoré" What we did We bought well known bakeries in the Boston area and here we are. We are already selling all kind of pastries, cakes, cookies and bread. We are also making cakes for all occasions such as weddings, birthdays, parties, baby showers, graduations etc.. And now The idea is now to bring our French touch to this world of delight. Let's be proud of our culture and let's share it with curious food lovers. We are ensuring that French food will come to your american mouths. These bakeries have been there for years and people love them. But why stop there? Why vegan and gluten free customers shouldn't be able to taste our good pastries as well? Let's make some French pastries for them as well. The goal was to bring French food to your mouths wasn't it? Our true goal is to make it affordable and accessible for everyone. To do so, we want to associate our bakeries with causes that matter to us, with charitable organizations that we are already in touch with, with schools that help the ones who need it. With all the food we'll produce, we believe waste should be donated, distributed to people who need it. We believe food brings everyone together, and with the small power we have, we want to use it right. We would also want to give the opportunity to people to learn how to bake with us. Giving cooking lessons would be another way of sharing our culture. It would be a great way to meet other people, sharing a moment of friendliness and joy. People would then be able to bring home a little part of France. Because what else is food if not sharing?