Wednesday, February 04, 2009

scenes from the kitchen.

sift


eggs

measure

bake

puff

Today, I made these. Maybe it was just my American taste buds, but I didn’t care for them at all.

They were pretty though.

14 comments:

  1. Hi, I just came to your blog from Baking Bites. I wanted to tell you how beautiful your photos are! And the recipes look yummy! You are so talented. I wish I had your skills when I was your age! I'll be back often.

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  2. Whether or not the biscuits (cookies) where good, the photos look great!

    I must tell you however that it simply isn't fair that you have a kitchenaid AND such a gorgeous set of measuring spoons. Sorry... you'll just have to send them over to me :)

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  3. lucy: thanks!

    laura: thanks, those measuring spoons are from wal-mart! something like 5 dollars. i'm not sure if you have wal-marts in Australia(be thankful if you don't! haha) but i'm sure you could find some like them. : )

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  4. Hannah. It seems your pate choux dough didn't rise properly. Try again, when they do, they are so yummy. You can even take a more "american" approach and cut them open and fill with cream. "voila" Cream Puffs. I'm actually going to do the Sugar Puffs for a party this weekend. Good luck!

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  5. thanks for the tip! They did actually rise a little more than it looks there, they deflated a bit. I may try again. : )

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  6. i think they look yummy. but i always like boring pastries and cookies :)

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  7. Hi! I have something for you on my blog!! Congrats! :)

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  8. What a beautiful series. You have such a great eye!

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  9. i WISH i had good lighting in my kitchen to take such beautiful pictures. Windows are so far away and my lights are all yellow...ick so I always have to lug my food outside to get a decent looking picture haha :)

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  10. I usually take all my food outside too. Sometimes, if the light is just right coming through the one window, I can take them inside.

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  11. Wow your pictures are INSANE! I wish I could do that. I swear when I get my own place my kitchen will be FULL of windows!

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  12. Thanks! I can only really take photos in my kitchen on REALLY bright days. It only has one window! I wish there were more.

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  13. do you like baking with a silpat? is it so good that you would say that you would never ever bake without it? just wonderin, cuz i've been contemplating getting one. :)

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