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French Bread Class at Bake with Maria

My mother once worked in a French boulangerie, much to the delight of my chocolate croissant loving siblings and I. On a daily basis she faced baskets of baguettes, the inevitable dusting of flour on her clothes, and the company of the burly fowl-mouthed Frenchman who baked. 704 more words


Delicious Brioche recipe from La Tartine Gourmande

I’m sure that I am not the only person who loves french toast, and is disappointed by the offerings that my regular kind of bread can produce. 403 more words


Back to the Burger

I’m an 80’s baby: the movies, the music and yes, even the fashions – I love it all. Which is why I was excited when I learned that… 210 more words


brioche ice cream sandwiches

Is making brioche dough relaxing, or is it a pain? Do you ever start doing something, only to lose interest in the middle of it? 670 more words


The Best Ever Homemade Brioche French Toast

I love taking simple dishes and bringing them to another level, maintaining that fantastic simplicity but heightening the taste. French toast has always been one of my favorite breakfast foods–the crisp, buttery flavor of bread dipped in a sweet cinnamon custard and griddled just right so it has those crispy swirls and designs. 984 more words


When two bakers traded bread recipes...

They had roll reversal.

I got very ambitious and decided to make sticky buns. My mom loves sticky buns. She is forever on the hunt for the perfect bun. 1,045 more words


Let Them Eat Cake

To start with, Marie Antoinette never actually said it. The phrase is actually found in Jean Jacque Rousseau‘s autobiography, Confessions where at one point he claims that “a great princess” upon learning that the peasants had no bread made the famous statement. 991 more words