Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore’s Executive Pastry Chef Chris Ford has won the title of Best New Pastry Chef in Food & Wine magazine. Congratulations, Chris!
Overindulge this holiday? Luckily, Four Seasons is here to help, with four great tips on how to reduce fat and calories in desserts without depriving yourself—after all, everyone needs a treat sometimes.
If you’re spending the holidays in Europe, we suggest stopping by one of the most beautiful cities in the world to indulge in one of the most delicious cookies of all-time.
In the “Have Family, Will Travel” blog, Four Seasons Hotel Austin and Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas offer gingerbread house recipes and tutorials on how to make not just one, but an entire village of gingerbread houses!
Buñuelos are a traditional Christmas dish in many Latin American nations, though they take different forms in different countries. This “How to Holiday” tutorial provides step-by-step instructions for making your very own traditional Mexican buñuelos at home. Feliz Navidad!
Four Seasons Hotel Beirut shows off how they have perfected the art of hot chocolate.
Executive Pastry Chef Christopher Jordan executes a perfect white chocolate carrot cake. Bringing 10 years of culinary experience to Four Seasons Hotel Denver, Christopher is responsible for creation of all desserts on the menu at EDGE Restaurant & Bar, Four Seasons Hotel Denver’s signature street-side restaurant.
Four Seasons pastry chef Julie Garner shares a coconut creme pie recipe that has been passed down from her Mommaw, to her mother, and finally to her. Since she’s the baker in the family, she’s always expected to make it for holiday get-togethers.
Pastry chef Julie Garner at Four Seasons Hotel Austin shares the secret to making her favourite holiday dessert – Cinnamon-Sugar Pecans.
With a solid background in the world of food and beverage and passion for wine, Four Seasons Vancouver Sommelier and YEW Sales Manager Emily Walker offers her suggestions on the best dessert wines for this holiday season.