Breaking News from the Fairmont Monte Carlo

Chef Verneil

Chef Claire Verneil

Delicious Handbags

Delicious Handbags

Xavier Rugeroni, Chef Verneil, Chef Phillipe Joannés

Xavier Rugeroni, Chef Verneil, Chef Phillipe Joannés

Tiffany's brownie boxes

Tiffany’s brownie boxes

The Weekend In Paris was part of the press corps covering the breaking news that the Fairmont Monte Carlo has hired its first female pastry chef! Claire Verneil, formerly a lawyer, had a desire to follow her passions and begin a new career as a pastry chef. She adds a “female touch” to the staff of Executive Chef Phillipe Joannés. General Manager Xavier Rugeroni greeted members of the Monte Carlo and Nice media introducing Ms. Verneil as a welcome addition to the Fairmont Monte Carlo catering staff.

Chef Verneil’s love of creating innovative and feminine pastries came from cooking with her grandmother. She incorporates her contemporary style with classic French pastry training resulting in delicious and beautiful desserts of distinction. Each individual pastry is both pleasing to the palette and the eye. Works of art, her petit replicas of Tiffany boxes and chic handbags, stand out in a world of male dominated designs.

A true “chef of the world” Chef Verneil draws from her experiences of living abroad and incorporates all of those influences into her cuisine. Along with classic French pastries, the press previewed American style brownies and beignets. The Weekend In Paris will have more about this exciting event, but I just knew my readers would like to have the inside scoop on what’s happening in Monte Carlo right this minute!

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2 Comments
  • pretemoiparis
    Posted at 01:30h, 26 January Reply

    Love the Tiffany box brownies!!! So cute.

    • Weekend In Paris
      Posted at 02:01h, 26 January Reply

      They taste as good as they look!
      See you soon in Paris!
      🙂
      Priscilla

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