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recipes

brioche feuilletée au sucre
Boulangerie

Les giboulées d’avril – Brioches feuilletées au sucre

By On April 25, 2015

[April showers – Flaky sugar brioches] Today, it hailed three times. Rained once. And snowed twice. With the sun being at its brightest in between. Yes, I think April showers take a… Read More

canelés batter
Memories

Twice-told tales – Canelés au beurre noisette et au bourbon

By On April 8, 2015

[Brown butter and bourbon canelés] There are stories that never get old, no matter how many times you tell them. Here is a collections of the ones I never-ever want to forget.… Read More

sourdough bread
Boulangerie

Kusmark sourdough

By On April 4, 2015

I thought it would be nice to start my weekend boulangerie posts with a book quote. You know, being the weekend and all. Perhaps, you’ll want to do what I’ve doing and… Read More

coconut cake batter
Pâtisserie

All sorts of wonderful – Coconut drizzle cake

By On April 2, 2015

When we’re in Åsen, we like to stay in the small cabin. The one by the big house, which I’ll have to show you more of when I (finally!) post the recipe… Read More

caramelised white chocolate and hazelnut macarons
Pâtisserie

Toujours dans la neige – Macarons au chocolat blanc caramélisé et aux noisettes

By On March 30, 2015

[Always in the snow – Caramelised white chocolate and hazelnut macarons] I’d like to tell you I’ve made macarons today. I had planned to. Really. Last week, we bought mandelmjöl [ground almonds]… Read More

apple cidre caramel-3
Pâtisserie

Par le pont suspendu – Caramels au beurre salé façon tarte Tatin

By On March 25, 2015

[Through the suspended bridge – Salted butter caramels, not unlike a Tatin tart] We went for our favourite walk this morning. Usually, we’d be back by the time we left, but today… Read More

bananas polaroid
Pâtisserie

It can only mean one thing – Cake à la banane rôtie

By On March 19, 2015

[Roasted banana cake] I once read that the universe didn’t need another banana cake. In that case, the universe and I might have to disagree. We don’t disagree often though. In fact,… Read More

tarte tropezienne
Pâtisserie

The sound of icebergs – La tarte tropézienne

By On March 16, 2015

There is the sound of the icebergs bumping into each other with every wave, not unlike a distant thunderstorm. There is the forest that I’ve walked through so many times before, now… Read More

gluten free crepes
Pâtisserie

A treasure of some sorts – Easy everyday gluten-free crêpes

By On February 13, 2015

We finished packing everything today. An empty bedroom, and ten massive boxes that contain – what we consider as the most important things in – our life. I have books, too many,… Read More

chocolate tart orange-2
Pâtisserie

Une histoire de tarte au chocolat et oranges sanguines

By On January 24, 2015

[A story of chocolate tart and blood oranges] The story of this chocolate tart is a simple one. It all started when a friend asked me to show him how to make… Read More

cinnamon bun croissant-2
Pâtisserie

Un week end pluvieux, et des croissants un peu comme des kanelbullar

By On January 10, 2015

[A rainy weekend, and croissants, not unlike kanelbullar] There was that weekend, many-many months ago. I had told you about the days when blogs were not so editorially perfect and how I… Read More

zimtstern-3
Pâtisserie

That was Christmas – Zimtstern à la cannelle

By On January 5, 2015

We found a tree, just a few nights before Christmas. A bit of a happy coincidence. Not that we hadn’t looked everywhere before. Sold out or cheap plastic. And there it was,… Read More

cinnamon biscuits
Pâtisserie

On rituals and beautiful habits – Biscuits croustillants à la cannelle

By On November 25, 2014

[Crisp cinnamon biscuits] I don’t want fig leaf or oak bark infusion. I don’t want gimmicks and royal icing where it’s not needed. I want to explore flour, sugar, butter and eggs.… Read More

chestnut jam
Pâtisserie

Et un jour en automne – Confiture de châtaignes

By On November 23, 2014

[And a day in autumn – Chestnut jam] There is one story. Of the made-up kind. The one I started to tell you – more than – a couple of weeks ago.… Read More

gluten free chocolate cake slice
Pâtisserie

The sound of the forest – Gluten-free chocolate fondant cake

By On August 13, 2014

I wish you were here with me. Sat on the patio. There is a wooden table which I’ve slowly taken over: notes, drawings of mushrooms, a mug holding watercolour brushes, a mismatch… Read More

gluten free baked alaska
Pâtisserie

The gluten-free pastry chef – A story and a vanilla and raspberry baked Alaska

By On June 10, 2014

We started our day with a breakfast made of baguette and butter – or was it butter and baguette? – and coffee, of course. We drove to Antibes and sat on the… Read More

clafoutis paris pastry club plate
Pâtisserie

No other day than a Sunday – Clafoutis aux myrtilles, le Paris Pastry Club

By On April 14, 2014

[Blueberry clafoutis] The recipes I make don’t come in printed words. They come in barely-readable letters that I’ve written too fast. Felt-tip pen codes, more often than not smudged with water, or… Read More

rhubarb
Le marché & its produce

La rhubarbe

By On April 10, 2014

I remember the rhubarb my grand-père used to grow in the garden. It was thick and green; and would be turned into jar-after-jar of compote which my grand-mère always kept in that… Read More

chocolate cake
Pâtisserie

Un peu comme les objets perdus – Le cake au chocolat de grand-mère

By On April 7, 2014

[Not unlike lost property – My grand-mother chocolate loaf cake] Last week I told you about… Read More

pate-brisee
Pâtisserie

Maitriser la pâte brisée, pas à pas – Mastering shortcrust pastry, step by step

By On February 13, 2014

Pâte brisée [shortcrust pastry] is a staple in every French home. For us, the recipe comes from my grand-mère, and of course, before I came around, it wasn’t much of a recipe.… Read More

rye chocolate chip cookies
Pâtisserie

Where is home? – A lot of rye and a little milk chocolate kind of cookies

By On February 5, 2014

That morning, I woke up early and very unusually rested. I think the last time I had felt like this was when I woke up next to him, with his back beautifully… Read More

kanelbulle
Memories

J’avais oublié – Kanelbulle

By On September 29, 2013

[I had forgotten – Cinnamon buns] I had forgotten about the smell of bonfires and forests; coffee made in a cast-iron pot, with as much water as we put ground beans. I… Read More

riz au lait
Pâtisserie

Rêveries – Riz au lait à la vanille et plus

By On April 2, 2013

[Daydreams – Vanilla riz au lait and more] It’s ten am. The wind is howling through the windowsill. And the rain battering against the glass. Yes, I’ve told you before, it’s my… Read More

apple cake
Pâtisserie

But we had us – Un gâteau aux pommes et au cidre, un peu comme une tarte tatin

By On January 7, 2013

[A cider and apple cake, not unlike a tatin tart] There was that night made of champagne, flickering candles, crisps and smoked salmon sandwiches, the last of the foie gras smothered onto… Read More

parsnip ic
Pâtisserie

Pure morning – Burnt honey, vanilla, and parsnip ice-cream

By On September 27, 2012

It’s the light, a cold blue grey. It’s the window, adorned with pearls. It’s the wind, carrying the scent of moss and ocean. And just like you don’t even have to think… Read More