There’s really not much to say about this week’s recipe for Cook the Book Fridays from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen. It’s a warm (molten) chocolate cake served with salted butter caramel sauce. It’s the perfect dinner party dessert because you can make all the components in advance, refrigerating the batter in the ramekins and […]
French Fridays: Individual Chocolate Cakes with dulce de leche and fleur de sel from My Paris Kitchen
It’s been what you might call “a week” (actually it’s been a bit of “a year”) over here. My copyedited manuscript changes are on my editor’s desk though (hurrah!) and I’m ready to try to catch up with the rest of my life now (it’s amazing how many things pile up on your “to do” […]
This week, for the Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Baking Chez Moi, we made a very un-French dessert – whoopie pies! Dorie says: I knew that whoopie pies had made a successful transatlantic journey when they turned up front and center in the showcase of La Grande Epicerie’s pastry department. La Grande Epicerie is to […]
This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Baking Chez Moi is an exercise in understatement. It’s inspired by a gorgeous pâtisserie/ chocolatier/ tea room in Paris called Un Dimanche à Paris (I’ve actually been there – make sure I go each time I am in Paris (you can see a little peek in this post […]
Sometimes things don’t go exactly as planned. Say, for example when you plan on making your own birthday cake, read the recipe, figure it’s pretty simple, gather the ingredients and then go to pre-heat the oven and prepare your three cake tins. And realise that one of them is at work. And you have a […]
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