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FrogPrincesse

FrogPrincesse


clarification

I've been making the pain d'épices (the French version of gingerbread) from Sunday Suppers at Lucques for years now, but always forget to take a picture!

 

Here is it. With a little bit of good butter, it's my favorite Madeleine de Proust moment. Instant childhood memories with my maternal grandmother. In the book Suzanne Goin serves it with kumquat butter, which is also an excellent choice.

 

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FrogPrincesse

FrogPrincesse


minor clarification

I've been making the pain d'épices (the French version of gingerbread) from Sunday Suppers at Lucques for years now, but always forget to take a picture!

 

Here is it. With a little bit of good butter, it's my favorite Madeleine de Proust moment. Instant childhood memories with my maternal grandmother. In the book she serves it with kumquat butter, which is also an excellent choice.

 

24379242539_a843fd9641_z.jpg

 

 

24720724696_63bb4fa229_k.jpg

 

FrogPrincesse

FrogPrincesse

I've been making the pain d'épices (the French version of gingerbread) from Lucques for years now, but always forget to take a picture!

 

Here is it. With a little bit of good butter, it's my favorite Madeleine de Proust moment. Instant childhood memories with my maternal grandmother. In the book she serves it with kumquat butter, which is also an excellent choice.

 

24379242539_a843fd9641_z.jpg

 

 

24720724696_63bb4fa229_k.jpg

 

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