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CHRISTMAS RECIPES
A lighter, zingier, festive fruit cake
Hello baking friends, Deep dark, boozy traditional fruitcakes are not my cup of tea...and if you feel the same, then this recipe is just for you! Its a lighter, zingier, fresher take on a traditional Christmas-style fruit cake, and it factors in lots of dried tropical fruits, like pineapple, papaya, finds, apricots and cherries, for ...
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Seasonal yoghurt fruit cake -- quick to make and utterly delicious!
When we were in France this summer we stopped over at Emilie's summer house for a quick stay, which is something we like to do every other summer (she tries to visit  us in our summer house the alternating year). Our time together is always primarily focused on cooking great food and eating it -- ...
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The yummiest, easiest, best birthday cake recipe!
Previously, my go-to birthday cake was always my favourite carrot cake recipe (admittedly, it's still my favourite cake of all time). But... a couple years ago, my friend Aimee shared her go-to birthday cake recipe with me, and I have never gone back. It is the easiest, yummiest cake you can make. And what I ...
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Perfect Pumpkin Bread
If you want the very perfect baked version of Autumn, then this moist, colourful (I want to wear that colour!) pumpkin bread is for you. And as much as I love Autumn and all things apple, (apple pie, apple cake, apple turnovers, apple crisp, you get the idea), there is something about pumpkin that is ...
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Barberry Bundt Cake
  I found this recipe for a Barberry Cake in our local organic supermarket’s monthly magazine and it turned out great but not only that – I later learned that the main ingredient, dried barberries, are also extremely healthy! They contain berbeerine, which has been used for its medicinal properties for a long time. The ...
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Apple picking and cake baking
We arrived to my family's beach house on Bainbridge Island last week on a rainy, stormy Friday. From inside, we could see the apple trees behind the house were laden with fruit. So while the rain came down, we sat inside and schemed up things we could bake with all those apples. We decided on apple cake, so I ...
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Folks and Sparrows coffee shop in Le Marais
If you are strolling through Le Marais, you will love stopping by Folks and Sparrows, be it for coffee, cake and tea or a quick lunch! Everything looks and is delicious! Located close to other favorites like Merci, Maison Plisson, Bonton and Aesop, the coffee shop makes you instantly forget the crowded boulevards of Paris and feel ...
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Apple Streusel Kuchen
A lot of things surprised my parents when they first moved to Germany as a young couple (no music playing between 12-3pm everyday, no greeting random strangers on the streets), but there was one custom they adopted immediately: the Sunday afternoon cake. The Sunday afternoon cake was, and hopefully still is, one of the best ...
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Blueberry Breakfast Cake
After eating delicious American breakfasts in NYC last week (pancakes, huevos rancheros, doughnuts, scones, bagels!) I came back inspired to spruce up our breakfasts a bit. Conveniently, I had pinned this buttermilk-blueberry breakfast cake on Pinterest a couple weeks ago so I already had in mind what I wanted to try first. Marlow and I ...
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Yoghurt Icing Carrot Cake
I had my 21st birthday (a girl can dream, right?) last month and decided to gift myself with my favorite cake – carrot cake with yoghurt icing. I wanted to come as close as possible to the one they sell in Starbucks here in Germany (it is to DIE for!!!) and I think I kind ...
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BIRTHDAY PARTIES
Everyone is doing them ... cake pops!
I'm in Starbucks the other day with my kids and my daughter and I decide to share one of their new Sparkle Cake Pops -- seriously ... SO delicious.  I've never been a huge fan of Starbuck's food offerings but these things were heaven on a stick. As a keen baker I've been reading about ...
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Dala Baking Tins from Ikea
I have visited Ikea quite a bit recently -- something I both love & hate.  I love that you can fill a trolley, spend a £100 and really feel like you're getting your home in order.  I hate that every time I go I lose someone (last time I lost my Mum for 45 minutes ...
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Cheese and Olive Cake
Here in France a couple of Anglo specialities have become popular.  "Cookies" are all the rage, and so is "cake" (over here we like to pronounce it "caak"). A "cake" is anything that resembles a sponge cake, and it has to be baked in a long, narrow tin to qualify. Lately I have seen more ...
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Rhubarb coffee cake
Rhubarb is just coming into season and my grocery store was recently offering two-for-one deals on it, so I bought a load of it this weekend and made my very favourite rhubarb dish -- rhubarb coffee cake. I love coffee cake (I mean, who doesn't?!), and the rhubarb adds a tangy dimension to it that ...
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LONDON
Richmond Park
Richmond Park is the largest royal park in London, covering 2,500 acres of land and has been a Royal Park since Edward I (1272 - 1307).  There are around 650 deer that roam free and stand elegantly among the ferns, blending in to the landscape, which is why it is sometimes known as 'The Deer ...
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Carrot Cake
Emilie recently came to London for a short visit and while she was here she asked me if I knew of a good basic recipe for carrot cake. Now... I'm not normally an expert in cakes, but carrot cake is a different story!  Carrot cake has always been my favorite -- my mom used to ...
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Yogurt Cake
My friends think I am going crazy! I cannot stop baking, cleaning and sewing. It might be hormones (baby number 2 is turning up in the next few weeks), but whatever it is, I have decided to make use of my new found inner domestic goddess and enjoy it while it lasts. So, I bring ...
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Here we show you how to harvest rhubarb from the garden, and make it into a delicious compote. If you make oatmeal at the same time, you have made a delicious and nutritious breakfast that your family will love! (Ours do!)
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This gym bag is such a fun and easy project, also for beginners this is a nice sewing project. Esther, Emilie and the kids had so much fun going to the market choosing all the supplies. The fabrics from Little Cube are the cutest!
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Our first live shopping event in Brooklyn was a great success. We loved seeing the best boutiques under one roof, combined with great food and fun activities...and some dancing! Hope to see everyone this year again on September 18th & 19th at 501 Union, 501 Union Street in Brooklyn.
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