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The Baba au Rhum Affair

Typically, there are three favorite dessert categories people choose from when dining in a French restaurant. There are the crème brûlée lovers, the mousse au chocolat lovers and then there are fruitarians who crave tarte tartin or other fruity things. 871 more words



Happy Mother’s Day if you live in one of those countries that are celebrating it today.

I always find it a bit confusing that Mother’s Day is a different days on each country. 151 more words


Pear Tart with Custard

I went to visit the Loire Valley a couple of years ago.  One of the towns I visited was Bourgueil.  Bourgueil is located between Saumur and and Chinon and is well-known for its red wines. 504 more words


Fresh Strawberry Mille Feuille

Our search for a fresh, popular dessert with a French twist has turned up something simple yet brilliant: the mille-feuille. Literally French for “a thousand leaves” a mille-feuille is layers upon layers of puff pastry interspersed with whipped cream and even delicious creme patisserie (custard).  161 more words


Happy Endings Presents A Month of Sundaes

I’ve been to a lot of restaurants where you can tell the dessert menu is an afterthought. They’re generally the ones with a crowd-pleasing chocolate dish and some fruit based thing to appease those watching their figures but as disappointing as this can be, I’d rather boring than bad. 740 more words

Eating Out

Raspberry Buttercream and Chocolate Ganache Macarons + About This Blog

Crispy and sweet macarons with tart raspberry buttercream and bittersweet chocolate ganache. Today’s post is an intro to what this blog is about, with a debut of these incredibly moe (i.e. 1,265 more words


Lime Fraisier recipe

Strawberries are finally back in season! Hurrah!! This classic French recipe is perfect to highlight the beautiful, natural sweetness of this season’s juicy, plump strawberries. 659 more words