Here’s a kid-friendly version of pumpkin bread (adapted from a recipe in The Joy of Cooking) Great for involving your children in bringing a taste of Thanksgiving to your family’s French home away from home. You would be surprised at how many Thanksgiving staples you can find in France, including
Stars and stripes-shaped, American flag-colored, red-white-blue-layered, star-spangled….Get creative with your dessert on American’s most partriotic of days!
Here are a few ideas we’ve collected to inspire you:
American Flag Fruit Cake
This recipe is brought to you by Aimee Osbourn-Gille. Aimee owns an American-friendly tea house called l’OisiveThé (notice the play on words?). It is located at La Butte aux Cailles in Paris. So, if you are in this neighborhood, you want to stop by this cozy and relaxing place to enjoy [...]
This month’s recipe is brought to you by Little Miss Cupcake who is THE original American cupcake baker and caterer in Paris. She was kind enough to share the secrets of one of her amazing creations. Are you folks feeling privileged, or what!
Little Miss Cupcake is incredible in the way she can design [...]
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