Quantcast
Tag Archives | choux pastry
Jamie Oliver Comfort Food profiteroles on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make Jamie’s #ComfortFood profiteroles

If you read this blog on a regular basis you’ll know that I set the bar pretty high for myself and my Petits Chefs. I’m serious about teaching these guys cooking skills and techniques that will serve them later in life. And while a lot of our focus is on savoury meals and dishes, I […]

Read full story Comments { 2 }
Choosing Dorie Greenspan recipes on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French (Food Revolution) Fridays with Dorie: Dinner with Dorie

Everyone knows that teaching kids to cook is something I am passionate about.  Through my Petits Chefs and Cooking Basics classes, I’m teaching my students how to cook, yes, but also life skills that will serve them well as adults. This year, you’ll also know that for Food Revolution Day – TODAY -  Jamie Oliver […]

Read full story Comments { 33 }
Choux puffs filled with jam and cream and topped with chocolate on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Reinventing the lamington 2014: Lami-choux

Being Australian, I grew up knowing and loving lamingtons.  And, well, eating them. But not so much making them. In fact I hadn’t made them until a few years ago when I did a kinda sorta tutorial (please excuse the bad photos, it was way back at the beginning of my blogging journey!) in preparation […]

Read full story Comments { 17 }
Decorated éclairs on eatlivetravelwrite.com

The Art of the Eclair at Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionary Arts

I’m a HUGE fan of éclairs. Actually I am a huge fan of choux pastry – it’s so versatile – you can make éclairs and profiteroles, gougères or fancier desserts like Paris-Brest.  But as well as being a huge fan of making choux pastry, I love to eat it. A lot. Eclairs are something I’ll […]

Read full story Comments { 14 }
Paris Brest for French Fridays with Dorie on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays with Dorie: Paris-Brest

Paris – what? I hear you asking about the name of this week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe (Paris-Brest, p 475).  Basically, it’s a large choux-pastry ring, filled with crème pâtissière, created in 1891 to commemorate the Paris–Brest bicycle race. It’s supposed to represent a bicycle wheel and apparently became popular with riders on the […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Read full story Comments { 55 }