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September 13th, 2007 | Category: Bread, Breakfast and Brunch
You baked it. Then you cut it into small rectangles, toasted it and turned it into a delicious dessert. What's next? You cut it into slices, place them in a toaster and then top it with your favorite ingredients. I spread Nutella on anything edible, so it was a no brainer. Sprinkle of pistachios adds both color and extra flavor. Then some homemade sour cherry jam. Simple and delicious. ...
September 11th, 2007 | Category: Bread, Puddings and Custards
Unfortunately, brioche doesn't keep soft and fresh for a long time and it is likely that you will have some left for the next day. So, how can you turn the rest of this buttery bread into a delicious dessert? This brioche pudding recipe comes to rescue. It is from one of my favorite cookbooks: Kate Zuckerman's "The Sweet Life: Desserts from Chanterelle".
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September 07th, 2007 | Category: Bread, Breakfast and Brunch
Whenever I decide to go on a diet, something comes along and makes it impossible to carry on. Last week, it was my first brioche experiment to blame. I don't usually crave bread, so I thought I was safe. Well, so much for that diet. As soon as I smelled the yeast in the kitchen, I knew I was in trouble. How could I ever think that ...
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