Tuiles Cookies

By Cook | Jun 11, 2008

Tuiles is a classic, thin, crispy French cookie, which has a shape similar to a roofing tile (hens “Tuiles” in French). The Tuiles is considered to be a prestigious and expensive cookie and it can be found at any french patisserie.
It is served in tea parties all over the world, with ice cream or sorbet, and [...]

Cherry Clafoutis (What the hell is Clafoutis?!)

By Cook | Jun 1, 2008

This recipe is very easy to follow, and basically is a warm cherry bake. Like with the case of other culinary kitchen related terms, you might find your self asking, what in god’s name is “Clafoutis”?? Well, there is more than one answer to that. The first is that that’s the name of the oval [...]

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