The 2017 Best Pâtissier in the World’s scone recipe. They are fluffy and crunchy thanks to a crumble that is sprinkled on top of the scone. Add to it some homemade clotted cream and jam and you’ll have the perfect teatime treat.
Apple turnovers, or chaussons aux pommes as they are called in France, are a classic French pastry. They are easy to prepare if you happen to have some puff pastry and a couple of apples. When you get the craving, all you need to do is to fill the puff pastry with some apple compote […]
Classic Jewish challah bread. Its characteristic braids make it one of the most beautiful breads, but it’s also one of the tastiest. Slightly sweet, this light and feathery challah bread will go well with any meal, whether sweet or salty.
Warm scones served with a rich clotted cream, jam and tea: it doesn’t get more British than this! This combination is know as cream tea and is typically served around 4pm at tea time, especially in southwest England where cream teas originate from. What really makes this tea time treat for me is the clotted […]
I love all things cinnamon. I’d been eying this recipe for a while as I’d seen it pop up on different food blogs. It’s delicious! Definitely a keeper. This version comes from the blog Annie’s eats. When I made it, the cinnamon pull-apart bread was a huge hit with children, but also with their parents:-) […]