savoring the fruits of yesterday.

Technically, October is “fall”, when farmers markets are overflowing with pumpkins and apples and you’ve exchanged your wedge sandals and summer dresses for jeans and knee high boots. Perhaps you’ve moved on from rosé and your new drink of choice is a #PSL. But what if summer has decided to hang on for a little […]

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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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