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I set out to make a hazelnut version of Bouchon Bakery’s Better Nutters, but I was incredibly disorganised and I didn’t have any hazelnut butter in the cupboard. I know I could have made some hazelnut butter, but I was …
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A little while ago, I posted a photo of some biscuits on my instagram account and commented that I hadn’t baked any biscuits for two years. I asked everyone what their favourite biscuit recipe was and made a big deal …
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These mint olive oil macarons came about because I was reading through William Curley’s book Couture Chocolate and I found a recipe for Rosemary, olive oil ganache. I thought this looked like an interesting recipe and I’d wanted to make …
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Happy New Year! Are we too far into January for me to write that? Oh well, it’s done now. My aim this year is to spend a bit more time on Patisserie Makes Perfect and to try to post more …
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Stollen is probably my favourite Christmas bake, sometimes though, you get a bit overwhelmed by all the dried fruit at Christmas and you want something a bit different. Chocolate chip stollen ticks all of those boxes. I was sent some …
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A while ago, I made a delicious wild garlic pesto milk bread and it was the first time I used the tangzhong method of making bread. I’d read a lot about it and the videos and pictures I saw produced some …
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There are so many recipes out there for torta della nonna. Some of them include ricotta, some have a pastry lid, some are baked with a layer of flaked almonds and are more like a custard tart. I cannot profess …
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The opera is one of my favourite patisserie, I’ve made it a lot of times on the blog and when this season’s blackberries were early I knew I wanted to use them in a layered gateau like this. In my …
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Just as I get back in the swing of things with the blog and make an effort to get creative in the kitchen, we have the craziest heatwave ever in the UK and I cannot face the thought of turning …
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What can I write about choux pastry that I haven’t already written before? Well not a lot really, by now you probably all know that my absolute favourite, go to choux pastry recipe is Edd Kimber‘s recipe from . It …
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