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Langue de chat Cat's tongue recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Twelve days of cookies: Langues de Chat

Welcome to Day 6 of The Twelve Days of Cookies! From December 1-12th I’ll post a new cookie (or holiday treat) recipe every day – inspiration for your holiday entertaining or cookie exchanges! The recipes I’m sharing are small batch (each recipe makes 1-dozen) that are simple to prepare and that use everyday ingredients and […]

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Floating Island Ile flottante dessert on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Ile Flottante

Photo © Kyla Zanardi Styling by Dara Sutin Floating Islands…. it’s a lovely name for a dessert, isn’t it? It’s even nicer in French – Île Flottante ! This dessert is an easier version of another French classic, œufs à la neige (snow eggs), where spoonfuls of meringue are poached in milk then served floating […]

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Bonne Maman Intense raspberry swirl financier recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Recipe: Raspberry swirl financiers

This post is produced in partnership with Bonne Maman Canada. I’ve really been enjoying the new “Intense” lines of spreads from Bonne Maman – both for eating and for baking. Because it’s more fruit and less sugar it doesn’t add too much extra sweetness to recipes the way some jams can. When I saw the […]

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French Fridays: Provence the cookbook

For French Fridays this week, I’m sharing a recently-published cookbook that will help bring a little sunshine to your day (especially important if it’s “feels like 7˚C” this morning just days after it “felt like 36˚C” !!!). Provence, the cookbook focuses on the cuisine of the Provence region, and is written by Caroline Rimbert Craig, […]

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French Fridays: Pain Suisse au Chocolat

Happy French Friday and welcome to another instalment in what looks to be my breakfast pastry series (a couple of weeks ago I shared the recipe for this apricot pastry – soooo good!). Today I’ve got a recipe for a pastry that was my Sunday treat most weekends when I lived in Paris: pain suisse […]

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Buckwheat crepes galettes de sarrasin on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Buckwheat Crêpes (Galettes de Sarrasin)

Image © Kyla Zanardi My students LOVE to make crêpes (it’s part of a research project I do with my Grade 4s every year) and the boys in my cooking club tested the recipe which appears in In the French kitchen with kids (it really helped me with writing the recipe directions, watching how kids […]

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