14 décembre 2009
Dessert de fêtes : Et pourquoi pas une bûche au Tiramisu ? Festive dessert : Tiramisu Yule log, anyone ?
Bûche "Tiramisu" aux MarronsChestnut "Tiramisu" Yule Log Oh My God, I really have gone very classic this year : a soup, then stuffed chicken, and finally a yule log ! Could not be more traditionnally French ! (Apart from the savory amuse-bouche : an asian inspired salmon tartare in Passion fruit rinds).A big change from my British Christmas two years ago or even my white&Cream festive menu from last year...But I have a good excuse : did you notice the small picture on the left ? This totally decadent Tiramisu yule log made the... [Lire la suite]
07 décembre 2008
As you probably know, I am far away in a warm and exotic country. Nevertheless, I am not abandoning you : I am aware that many among you are already panicking about the preparation of the holidays meals. This is why I am leaving you with last year's yule log. I can assure you that it is less complicated than it looks. See you soon, I'll be back on december 12th. Click on the picture to read the recipe. Comme vous le savez, je suis loin, très loin, dans un pays chaud et exotique. Cependant, je ne vous oublie pas, je suis... [Lire la suite]
22 décembre 2007
Daring Bakers Challenge : Bûche de Noël au Chocolat et Caramel Salé/Chocolate and Salted Caramel Yule Log
Another « first time » for me, thanks to the Daring Bakers: A Yule Log! When I read December Challenge’s theme, I thought: “Yule log??? But wat eez eet?? (Yes, even when I think, I have a French accent). Some kind of Scandinavian cake? I had never heard those strange words before. Then I realized that it simply was the very popular (at least, here, in France) Bûche de Noël. OK, never made a genoise nor rolled a cake before, but I’ll try…And you know what, it was quite easy, actually. The most difficult part for me was the... [Lire la suite]