French – style apple tart is a tart I did few months ago and I still have to publish.
This is the right moment to do so as I am alone at home with all the comforts: Christmas tree on, new laptop, Pandoro ( traditional raised Christmas sweet) on the table.
Recipe comes from “ Pies & puds” from Paul Hollywood, I must say I am not a frangipane cream fan but if you love it this tart is for you!
Pumpkin scones was the perfect autumn recipe but I am always late so…
We are close to Christmas and I still have to post this!
I hope you love winter pumpkins! 😛
I made them weeks ago, taken from a small, lovely book called ” Book of scones”.
No time to even have a proper shower.
I know this is what I usually say but it’s getting worse as, among mine and others things to do and places to go I always return home late in the evening, with the need to think about dinner and nothing in the fridge.
I would love to say “when I will have time I will write more” but to be honest the more we go on the worse it’s getting so I quit with good purposes and give you my recipes rude & nude.
I use the free time I have in these days to post all the recipe I racked up in the past months.
They are quite a lot because I have cooked but not posted.
Now I have dinner ready, the house is spotless clean, son is doing some gym in his room and hubby is cutting is hair.
Peace for me for the next 30 minutes! 😀
Few weeks ago, when school started after the long summer pause, I saw at the newsagent’s a magazine with copycat recipes of all the most popular snacks sold here in the supermarkets.
It’s quite regular: school starting —–> boom of snacks’ sales.
But in the last years many schools here regulated midmorning snacks allowing only fresh fruits so store bought snacks aren’t a school related treat anymore.