It is no secret that I am an admirer and confessing lover of Liberty of London fabrics. The quality is amazing and there cannot be more beautiful flowery fabrics. I am also a fan of the French brand Aime comme Marie which sells sewing patterns. Unfortunately, I am rather inexperienced in sewing (which is why… Read More
It’s been a while since I have tried a new cake recipe. This weekend, the request for some lemon and poppyseed cake had been formulated. There is this great recipe which you can find here. But I was looking for something a bit more rustic for the taste buds. Doesn’t look so very rustic, right?… Read More
Recently, I told you about a new recipe for a marble cake that I had discovered on one of my favourite blogs. Well, since then, Odette’s famous marble cake has evolved (and I’ll share the recipe with you).
One of the blogs I visit regularly and I am a huge fan of, is the French blog Une Poule à Pas run by Aurélie. She is a highly crafty and culinary lady and you’ll find a lot of sewing, knitting, crocheting, cooking, baking…you name it! So, when I saw her marble cake, I had… Read More
One of the things I particularly love about weekends is that I have the time to bake. I recently baught a new book with cupcake recipes (“Cupcakes” by Janet Smith) and, what can I say, oh my!, it is difficult to choose! But today I knew: something gingery! So here are the ginger cupcakes (without… Read More
… #1: A part of the gifts I prepared for Cendrine for our swap. I presented you the gifts I received from her in this post here.
This evening’s occupation: lavender cupcakes (the icing is way to violet, I’ll have to use much less of the colouring powder next time) and some crochet:
To me, baking is the new black. Does this make sense to say? I have no idea but it does not change the fact that I am really into baking at the moment… so this evening, after dinner, I prepared some cream puffs (without cream). This type of pastries is an evergreen in France and… Read More