Julie Myrtille is a parisian award winning pastry chef, founder of Julie Myrtille bakery.
Julie Myrtille arrived in Austin, TX from Paris in 2016 to carry over her love for French pâtisserie.
Since her arrival in Austin in 2016, she operates at the preeminent farmers market in Austin. The chef's eponymous bakery has become known for many creation locally sourced: such as her brioche with duck eggs, authentic preserves, tartelettes, canelés, madeleines, vegetarian quiches and many other pastries and French delicatessen. Her work in Austin are quickly gaining attention in her new home: she is listed by Time Out Austin among the best pastries in Austin. She was invited at FOX7 News, and featured in local newspapers (The Austinot , Mueller Living...)
Previously, in France, her work has been praised in many pastry and high end culinary media such as Thuries, RFI, Journal des Palaces, Fou de Pâtisserie, Pâtisserie et Compagnie, Huffington Post and so on...
In February 2017, the most prestigious and oldest organization in culinary industry, the Academie Culinaire de France, received Julie Myrtille as a member, making her the youngest female pastry chef to be awarded this honor. Her medal was awarded by chef Guillaume Gomez the current Chef of the French President at the Elysée Palace in Paris.
She is also an international award-winning blogger. She offers to her audience plenty of step-by-step recipes and helped a thousand of people to succed their vocational qualification as a pastry chef in France. She's partnering with major brands in pastry industry and several cookbook publisher including the editor of the French encyclopedia of gastronomy: the recipe book of a The Compagnons du Tour de France (The Compagnons du Tour de France is a French organization of craftsmen and artisans dating from the Middle Ages).