Another monday, and another late post :( This weekend was spend on the Chocolate Festival and shopping at Torvehallerne saturday, and lunch with Kristians parents sunday. So overall a lovely weekend, but I neglected by blog… So, todays book review is a bit late in the day, but here none the less!
Monday again! Today is all about meringue, with the Meringue Girls Cookbook! This book popped up as a suggestion on amazon last summer, and I instantly added it to my shopping cart. I have a weakness for cookbooks that focus on a single type of ingredient or cake (in this case meringues), and the colourful cover was enough to make me fall love immediately. Alex and Stacey, the women behind the book guides the reader through the process of meringue making, and with a ground recipe for meringue they provide fabulous ideas and recipes, and produce the most beautiful meringues in the most amazing colours Continue reading →
Last week Kristian went three days to Berlin, while I stayed in Denmark, teaching. He came back Friday night, bringing me a mandarin orange cocotte and dessert plate from Le Creuset (this colour is only available in Germany), Rittersport chocolate and tulips. Chocolate, flowers and Le Creuset, Continue reading →
So, a new 9-week teachingperiod I teach two teams, rather than one, as well as follow a class of my own. This takes up so much time, but is also really interesting. I particularly like teaching, even if it does mean lab exercises at eight o’clock twice a week. Gah. I am not a morning person! However, all this teaching means less time for baking, so all my current baking happens in the weekends, and it is not all equally exciting… However, for the last post (I think) in my Bergamotte kick, I give you a Bergamotte Tea Cake. Continue reading →