Have you tried Japanese Fruit Sandos? They’re a new discovery for me and an amazingly fresh, tasty and slightly decadent snack. What’s not to like? They’re very simply sandwiches with fruit and whipped cream in fluffy Japanese milk bread. Absolutely delicious! Maybe they could sell […]
Le Sparkly raspberry, chestnut and meringue log cake recipe (gluten-free)! And how to deal with baking disasters for fairytale endings!
Several of my near-disasters could provide you with amusement and ideas on how to battle fiendish obstacles in the kitchen with ease (?!). Somehow this log cake emerged from the battlefield, surprisingly not so bad and quite lovely just like in a fairy tale! It’s […]
Once baked and golden brown allow the savarins to cool at least half an hour before the next stage. Last week on the phone mum said she’d like a rum baba for her birthday cake next month. I guess they’ll always be considered as treats […]
Babas have been around since the early 18th century – there’ll be a little potted history later – and recently in France they’ve been trending with exciting new flavours! Rum babas were also one of my Dad’s favourite desserts so I’ll dedicate this recipe to […]
Would you like to tuck into a classic dessert served in the simplest to most elegant of restaurants, not only in France but all over the world? Chocolate profiteroles are the answer (to everything) and here in Barcelona they are a familiar friend, also gracing […]