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A festive dessert – Pistachio mille-feuille

In Birthday, Dessert and Sweets, Dried fruit, French cuisine, Holidays, Home-made is better On December 3, 2012 99 Comments

Did I ever tell you that I have a passion for pistachios? No?! Well, now you know it: I am a pistachio-addicted! I can’t say no to a… Read More »

Amélie’s crème brûlée (but not just her’s)

In Cinema, Dessert and Sweets, Egg yolks only, French cuisine On September 7, 2012 201 Comments

That’s right, now when I see a crème brûlée, I make or I eat one, I can’t help but think about Amélie Poulain from “Amélie” and her small… Read More »

Tarte Tatin, a simple and timeless classic

In Cakes and pies, Dessert and Sweets, French cuisine, Fresh fruit On January 17, 2012 117 Comments

The Tarte Tatin is not an easy dessert, but a simple one. And, like all the simple dessert, made with a few ingredients, it needs to be done… Read More »

Madeleines au citron

In Dessert and Sweets, French cuisine, Muffins cupcakes and little cakes On June 19, 2011 130 Comments

After I confronted myself for the very first time with a classic Overseas sweet (if you missed them, I remind you my brownies), this time I decided to… Read More »

Mesdames et messieurs… Cherry clafoutis

In Cakes and pies, Dessert and Sweets, French cuisine, Fresh fruit On June 6, 2011 352 Comments

The short (maybe too short) cherry season, that red and juicy fruit that we let go with considerable difficulties (raise your hand if you have never really thought… Read More »