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Back-of-the-card cheese & olive bread from Dorie Greenspan's Around my French Table for French Fridays with Dorie on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays with Dorie: Back-of-the-card cheese and olive bread

I love recipes that can be put together in about 15 minutes, helpful for when you realise you’ve made the wrong Dorie recipe this week and you have only a few hours of sunlight left to get the correct recipe made and photographed in time!  This “bread” (though it’s more like a savoury pound cake) […]

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Baking with Julia madeleines for Tuesdays with Dorie by eat. live. travel. write.

Tuesdays with Dorie: Madeleines

This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie Baking with Julia recipe was for a personal favourite of mine – madeleines (p 334). I’ve made madeleines fairly recently, with the Petits Chefs (from The Bouchon Bakery Cookbook) and I’ve made them before for French Fridays with Dorie. Heck, I even spent an afternoon discussing whether lighter or more […]

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Around my French Table French Fridays with Dorie Ispahan loaf Dorie Greenspan

French Fridays with Dorie: Ispahan loaf cake

I’ve known about this week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe (Ispahan Cake Loaf, p 440) for a while now and just as well, because sourcing the rose extract and rose syrup was a little challenging for those of us in Canada.  I ended up sourcing the rose syrup at O Gourmet and Olive Nation carries […]

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Nutella truffle pops for World Nutella Day 2013

Yes it’s back  – World Nutella Day!  Once again, Sara from Ms. Adventures in Italy and Michelle from Bleeding Espresso are hosting “World Nutella Day 2013″ (the SEVENTH instalment!) – a day to celebrate,  get creative with, and most importantly, eat Nutella. This is my third year participating in World Nutella Day – in 2010, I made […]

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Plum cake for Nana

My Nana Russell would have been 100 today. This post is for her. Nana’s was the generation who lived through the war, those people who are careful with food and spending, making every penny count and never ever throwing away even the tiniest scrap of leftovers. With four children to feed, Nana had to be […]

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