Monthly Archives: July 2020

Classic Popovers

To achieve the lightest, fluffiest popovers, the eggs and milk should at least be room temperature. Some recipes call for some of the milk or even cream to be heated to about 100 degree F and whisked in at the last minute. I didn’t heat the milk but I did let the batter rest for […]
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Rhubarb-Honey (or any fruit) Crumble

As we are nearing the end of rhubarb season I thought I was through with recipes that included this vegetable that acts like a fruit. Well that and I’m kind of “rhubarbed-out.” But I was visiting a friend who had rhubarb to pick before it was too late. He also happens to be a beekeeper […]
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Rhubarb Butter Cake or Gâteau Breton à la Rhubarbe

Brittany is known for its butter so it’s no wonder that there’s a cake which includes a lot of it. The original recipe had an apricot filling, but since I have an abundance of rhubarb, I used it for the filling instead. Rhubarb Filling: 1 lb rhubarb, washed and cut into 1/4-inch dice 3/4 cup […]
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