oeufs en cocotte.

I saw the recipe for Oeufs en Cocotte on Rachel Khoo’s “Little Paris Kitchen” and happened to have all the ingredients on hand for a quick and easy breakfast.  Jules went to wine-making school in Burgundy, and said that he would eat a variation of this dish almost every day!  The recipe is very simple, […]

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gougères, a pictorial.

This is probably one of my favorite recipes, because it is so simple and satisfying, and impressive when you present them to guests!  If you’d like the recipe, just click back to my earlier entry here.

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an inspired brioche

For those of you who have been following me on Facebook, you know that I am a little obsessed (not in a bad way) with Manger, a blog that beautifully depicts Mimi Thorisson’s culinary expertise and her picturesque life in Médoc.  One of her recent posts was a recipe for Brioche à la fleur d’oranger, and since Jules […]

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gougères: kitchen therapy

When I am having an exceptionally crappy day, sometimes I turn my frustration into baked goods.  After a particularly annoying work day, I decided to turn out a batch of delicious gougères.  Gougères are little puffs of eggy goodness that are often served at wine tastings in Burgundy.  Try them – you will love them.  […]

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