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Madeleine à la mémé

To enjoy the cold season I have decided to cook and bake what my grandma’s and great grandma’s have written down.

During the grey and cold season I always look for a project I can do. 92 more words

Cooking Chaos



how to take me …

Quite simply: despite the tongue-in-cheek approach sometimes I’m actually deadly serious*.


you don’t understand… 184 more words


Subtle (and Delicious) Pastries at Roselle Desserts

Location: 362 King Street East, Toronto

I think “subtle” is the best word to describe what they’re serving at Roselle Desserts, a charming little bakery on King, just around the corner from the Distillery District. 151 more words


Back Bay Boston

“MADELEINE”     from Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris  (or maybe he’s in Boston)

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Blogfinger Presents

A Wrinkle in Time

Saya akui bahwa alasan saya pada awalnya tidak mau menonton A Wrinkle in Time sama sekali tak berkaitan dengan filmnya sendiri, tetapi karena gegap gempita berlebihan dari gerakan… 410 more words

Madeleine Cafe

Most Kuchingites would know Madeleine as one of the few outlets that popularized upscale French style pastries and breads in a faux Instagrammable setting. I was surprised when I first saw another Madeleine at Green Heights, thinking it a branch of the original Madeleine in tHe Spring shopping mall. 168 more words


La madeleine

The madeleine is a cute French pastry, one of the guilty pleasure which are worth to enjoy, now and again.

For 18 pieces, which you don’t have to eat at once ( they can be stored 3-4 days in a cookie jar), start to melt 90 grams of butter. 89 more words