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Food Blogging

by Benjamin on December 26th, 2011

On November 13th, Marge, Lisa & Bart decided to start their own food blog, “The Three Mouthketeers”, in The Food Wife episode. Listen to “We’re Blogging a Food Blog” music and have a look…

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Spend less, Eat more: Bake your own Canelés de Bordeaux

by Benjamin on December 12th, 2011

Ingredients To fill 3 molds (tiny ones) you’ll need: 50cl of milk 50g of butter 100g of flour 220g of sugar 2 whole eggs + 2 egg yolks 1 big spoon of vanillia 2 big spoons of rhum Let’s Begin! First, the milk and the...

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Best i-phone apps for foodies

by Marilyn Z. on November 25th, 2011

  So here it is, my post about my two favorite things in the world; I’ve been using i-phone / i-pad apps for my food hunting / eating / cooking purposes for a while now. I’ve rarely made a meal or booked a restaurant (abroad)...

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Rainbow food

by Marilyn Z. on October 19th, 2011

My obsession with rainbow food started 2 years ago. I was looking for a fun recipe for a birthday cake and I stumbled upon my first rainbow food. It was a cake. I posted the recipe on my friend’s wall and we joked about making...

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Ikea’s ‘Homemade is best’

by Marilyn Z. on October 18th, 2011

For someone who can’t bake anything more elaborate than a carrot cake, it strikes me as odd that one of my all time favorite cookbooks is a pastry cookbook. However, if you consider that IKEA is the publisher of said cookbook and that somewhere inside...

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Couqley’s Brunch

by Marilyn Z. on October 8th, 2011

This photo of Couqley is courtesy of TripAdvisor. There’s nothing like a beautiful brunch on a sunny Saturday in a charming restaurant like Couqley’s. I’ve been an eager fan of this restaurant since it opened, and I’ve even forgiven them for being suspiciously similar to...

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Mashed Potatoes

by Marilyn Z. on September 13th, 2011

My mother’s mashed potatoes is the stuff of legend. Smooth, creamy, heart warming mashed potatoes. My childhood has a tummy full of the golden goo. The secret to good mashed potatoes is butter, butter, butter. From Robuchon’s Michelin Star winning purée to my mom’s homey...

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