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Brown Butter Croissants-4 Hi, I’m Anne. I’m 13 16 and I like to make things. Food, baskets, websites, desserts (I know that's food but really...) -in short, anything.

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Concord Grape Pies with Thyme and Rye

August 30, 2015 | 16 comments

While everyone’s complaining of zucchini overload, I on the other hand, am complaining about grape overload. Our 2 year old grape plant just started producing bunches plump, fragrant grapes frosted with powdered sugar. This can be both a good and a bad problem. These grapes are wonderfully perfumed like flowers which makes them delightful to…

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Lemon ginger muesli

Lemon Ginger Muesli {gluten free, vegan}

August 23, 2015 | 17 comments

I think one of my favorite things is a blank page. They’re filled with unseen imperfections but are still as inviting as clean, untouched snow. And that, my dear friends, is why I always look forward to the beginning of school. To me, being the high schooler that I am, they symbolize a new start…

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Brown Butter Pain au Chocolat-8

Brown Butter Pains au Chocolat {a step by step guide with .gifs} //pains au chocolat au beurre noisette

August 9, 2015 | 43 comments

The English translation isn’t quite right for pain au chocolat… I mean, they’re translated into chocolate croissants but the croissants aren’t chocolate like a chocolate cake. They have little batons of chocolate in them, melty, sticky and utterly delicious. I guess we’ll just have to call them brown butter pains au chocolat. Some things just…

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Brown Butter Croissants-7

Brown Butter Croissants {a step by step .gif tutorial}

August 2, 2015 | 50 comments

Quite frankly, I’ve grown tired of those recipes that European butter is the way to go. In most recipes, they claim that since it has a higher butter percentage, it’s more flavorful (which is probably true…) and in particular for croissants, it’s easier to work with (probably also true). Being a high school student though…

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