Lemon Apple Tart

The Apple tart is a fairly classic dessert in France and one that Jérémie is always asking for. I can’t help but give in because it’s a simple one and it’s always highly appreciated, not to mention we always have apples and puff pastry on hand, but I have to admit that I like to...

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Coconut Crème Brûlée

For years I pined after a blow torch. I was convinced it was the tool holding me back from making homemade delicious crème brûlée. Nevermind the fact that there’s a workaround for this (found at the end of the recipe) but I longed for the blow torch all the same. I remember my excitement finding...

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Provençal Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a fruit I have a love hate relationship with. Whether it be pasta or pizza, I’ll always choose a cream base. But every so often, I come to admit that they have their place and they’re actually quite tasty. In the last couple years, I’ve even opted to buy cherry tomatoes, just to...

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Aubergine Involtini

It went from the blistering heat of summer to the wicked rain and wind this week. So in keeping with a weather a nice warm and hearty dish to share. I used to always say how much I loved aubergines but a year or so ago while driving back from Bordeaux we stopped in the...

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