French Sablés

Sablés are delicate butter biscuits, crunchy and crumbly. The French word sable means “sand”, which refers to the sandy texture. When I eat a sablé , I cannot resist to eat another one, and another one …..   I asked my kids, “do you want to eat one before I finish them all”, Ah Ah Ah! I loved French sablés. I remember…

Pretzel Kisses

Whaouh! What a marvelous recipe my daughter made by herself today! She said : Mom, I need to go shopping to buy: squares Pretzels, Kisses and M&M’s. What do you want to do? Pretzel Kisses, Mom! I have never eaten Pretzel Kisses before. It melts in the mouth, it’s really delicious. It was really fun to…

French Meringues

Santa Claus brought me a marvellous cookbook of French recipes, The Bistro Cookbook by Richard Bertinet. Richard is from Brittany in North West France and is the author of a variety of cookbooks (Pastry, Cook in a Class of your own with Richard Bertinet…). He has great recipes : Baked Camembert, Cassoulet, Mussels in Wine, Brochettes…