By Dorie Greenspan
A “culinary guru” and author of the award-winning Around My French Table and Baking: From My domestic to Yours returns with an fascinating selection of basic muffins from French domestic chefs and chefs
Whether it’s vintage lemon-glazed madeleines, a silky caramel tart, or “Les Whoopie Pies,” Dorie places her personal artistic spin on every one dish, guiding us with the pleasant, reassuring instructions that experience gained her legions of ardent fans.
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Catch the scent, and you’ll probably be seconds ahead of your timer. Apple Weekend Cake Makes 10 servings THIS IS A RECIPE FROM NORMANDY, the region of France known for butter, cream and apples of many varieties, but it’s a cake that you find all over the country, one that might turn up with coffee in the morning or with tea in the afternoon at a bed-and-breakfast. It’s a tight-crumbed loaf with enough moisture to keep it fresh over a long weekend. And, like so many cakes with fruit, it’s even tastier the day after it’s made.
TO MAKE THE CRUST: Put the flour, sugar, salt and lemon zest, if you’re using it, in a food processor and pulse just to mix. Drop in the cold butter and pulse until the butter is broken up and the mixture looks like coarse meal. Pour in some of the yolks and pulse to incorporate: Repeat until all the yolks have been added. Then use longer pulses to mix the dough until it is corn yellow and has formed small, moist curds that hold together when pressed. Turn the dough out and knead it gently to incorporate any dry bits.
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Baking chez moi : recipes from my Paris home to your home anywhere by Dorie Greenspan