Rustic European Baking is an ebook collection of 20 recipes from my blog along with the history and culture behind them. In addition to the recipes, I’ve included my favorite baking tips, photographs of each recipe, and step-by-step instructions. The book is organized into four sections: cakes, cookies, tarts and pastries and contains recipes from all over Europe.
While summer has just begun, the warm weather is begging for seasonal delights. The pistachio harvest won’t start until August or September, but pistachios, lemon and chocolate are a fun, fair weather combination. While these cookies are well-known outside of Italy with the name biscotti, meaning ‘twice cooked,’ in Italy they are more commonly called
A galette is my go-to dessert when I’m craving pie, but don’t want to go through all of the work or be left with an entire pie begging to be eaten. Here I have taken a traditional apple galette and added ginger for a a bit of spice. It is a simple and rustic dessert,
These are an elegant respite to London’s cold, dark weather of late. Madeleines are buttery and spongy miniature cakes baked in shell-shaped molds. While they’re a traditional tea-time treat in France, they are well-suited to any warm beverage on a cold, gray day.