Mirabelle plum tart

It's in season, it's gorgeously golden and sweet, it's the Mirabelle plum! It's likely to be unknown to most of you who live outside France - it grows in the Lorraine and Vosges region, as the clever pictogram on my map shows: It's the princess of plums and the plum of princesses. Yes. You'll enjoy it as such, or cut in quarters (painstakingly), and artistically arranged on a crust.The basic crust is made with 220g of flour, to which you add 110g of butter cut in small chunks. Rub the butter in the flour with a pinch of salt and a... [Lire la suite]
Posté par Colloquial Cook à 21:55 - Permalien [#]


Rosemary Focaccia

Hello people! The demonic and yet genious ZenChef has perfidiously suggested that I have a look at this institution that all foodbloggers know through and through, I have named Foodgawker. I have been unable to blog since, I was far too busy salivating on my keyboard. That thing never stops updating. It's a nightmare. I've fallen behind with my work big time (je lambine comme c'est pas permis). I don't have a social agenda anymore. I think of life in terms of cups and oz, legs of lamb or crockpots. I don't even care. The only sport... [Lire la suite]
Posté par Colloquial Cook à 11:09 - Permalien [#]