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A Classic Made New

Reposted From April 2012​

One of the first recipes taught in pastry schools is that of the classic french baguette. Now, I have not myself attended pastry school, but i have considered it a time or two, and almost all early curriculum’s that I have explored included… 498 more words


Boo Dogs

So it may be 2017 and you have your goals all prepped for losing weight or being super healthy but come on, we all need a treat!   365 more words


Making fresh breadcrumbs from stale baguettes.

Did your baguette not keep as fresh as you would have wanted it to? Well,  the problem is … that’s just how baguettes tend to be, best eaten on the same day. 363 more words


14kt. Ring Oval Sapphire And Round And Baguette Diamond (Size 7)

A fabulous value: 1.45ct. sapphire ring framed by round and baguette diamonds (1.15ct. t.w.). 14kt gold. .
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From hand to mouth, from pain to kings

Today I want to show a short clip about my two cats Hannibal and Lennard. It’s the daily food fight, Hannibal is hungry as always and keeps Lennard away from the food. 230 more words


Heavenly Bread @ The Angel Bakery

Abergavenny is a relatively small, very rural and ancient market town in the north of Monmouthshire but it’s always been far ahead of the competition in its foodie credentials – I have written about the famous annual food festival before and today, on a cold, crisp, sunny afternoon I set off to discover its most recent culinary offering – The Angel Bakery. 504 more words

Out And About Foodie

Putting my French degree to good use

I went to university in Paris, which, amongst other things – you know, strolls along the Seine, visiting museums (though never the one I lived opposite for a year), getting double-decker trains – involved a lot of trips to boulangeries and patisseries. 816 more words