Category Archives: Breakfast

First Halloween with Pumpkin Flax Pancakes

First Halloween: Pumpkin Flax Pancakes Our first Halloween in the United States. Being away from the States, I had forgotten what a big cultural phenomenon this was. The celebratory feeling – you can’t go through the day without bumping into

First Halloween with Pumpkin Flax Pancakes

First Halloween: Pumpkin Flax Pancakes Our first Halloween in the United States. Being away from the States, I had forgotten what a big cultural phenomenon this was. The celebratory feeling – you can’t go through the day without bumping into

Norwegian Heart Waffles

Retreating to the countryside is the best thing about summer. The long days, cooking outside, and unlimited space for Magnus to run, scream and hop. Unlike the overwhelming swelter of the city, the rolling hills of Brittany offer windswept afternoons

Norwegian Heart Waffles

Retreating to the countryside is the best thing about summer. The long days, cooking outside, and unlimited space for Magnus to run, scream and hop. Unlike the overwhelming swelter of the city, the rolling hills of Brittany offer windswept afternoons

Gluten-Free Chewy Breakfast Bread with Dates, Chestnuts and Almonds

I have been doing more and more gluten-free baking, not only because it is a great alternative to wheat, but also because it opens up so many possibilities to experiment with different kinds of grains to produce a variety of

Gluten-Free Chewy Breakfast Bread with Dates, Chestnuts and Almonds

I have been doing more and more gluten-free baking, not only because it is a great alternative to wheat, but also because it opens up so many possibilities to experiment with different kinds of grains to produce a variety of

Pumpkin Bread and the Farm Near Paris

Over the weekend we visited La Ferme de Gally, a lovely farm 20 minutes from Paris near the city of Versailles. It was a beautiful Sunday morning, and although we had a notion that it would be raining later on,

Pumpkin Bread and the Farm Near Paris

Over the weekend we visited La Ferme de Gally, a lovely farm 20 minutes from Paris near the city of Versailles. It was a beautiful Sunday morning, and although we had a notion that it would be raining later on,

Buckwheat Walnut Muffins

So much of cooking is borne out of happy accidents. Many times, I will substitute an ingredient simply out of shortage or lack of being able to find it, and it becomes even better than expected. Like these walnut muffins.

Buckwheat Walnut Muffins

So much of cooking is borne out of happy accidents. Many times, I will substitute an ingredient simply out of shortage or lack of being able to find it, and it becomes even better than expected. Like these walnut muffins.

Spelt Berry Muffins

Did I mention that I was in the midst of a muffin phase? Truth be told, I was never a huge fan of muffins. I always thought they were somewhat of a middle item – not really a sweet treat

Spelt Berry Muffins

Did I mention that I was in the midst of a muffin phase? Truth be told, I was never a huge fan of muffins. I always thought they were somewhat of a middle item – not really a sweet treat

Kiwi Yogurt Muffins with Flaxseeds

It is difficult to get kids to eat a good breakfast. For me, it is a constant challenge. Most days, I am lucky if I can get a few bites into my son before running out the door. So I am

Kiwi Yogurt Muffins with Flaxseeds

It is difficult to get kids to eat a good breakfast. For me, it is a constant challenge. Most days, I am lucky if I can get a few bites into my son before running out the door. So I am