L-i-n-k-s

Since I can’t hack Ikea, it’s nice to know others can.

Unbaffling those French cooking terms.
(Merci, Kate)

What? No camera?

Oy!

Ugh!

Learn French—plus vite.

She’s ticklin’ my ribs.

Do I have to get blamed for everything around here?

The French smoking ban ain’t gonna be such a killer after all.

I am not a stalker.

Too beautiful to eat.

Play-by-play at The Fat Duck.

Teddy-Bear Tiramisù!

They don’t sound so good to me, either.

Breakfast Ice Cream?

Middle Eastern Ice Cream?

BlUBEbrries do exist.

A perfectly divine way to use up my leftover mascarpone.

Brett’s Big Rig Jig

Why we go. And why we come back.

Some say the best chocolat chaud in Paris.

Ruhlman’s Smack-Down.

And those rugby players are sure heating things up around here…
(Note: PG-13)

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10 comments

  • Thanks for linking to our post about the Fat Duck! I’m glad you enjoyed it. There are some great links here to explore!

  • David, thank you so much for linking to my post on ube ice cream and blueberries. Your book was a great inspiration!

  • Hey man, thanks for the link!

    Back soon to la Capitale!

  • Thanks for the great links! While I am here I have a question for you. What home ice cream maker do you recommend? I have two delicious batches of ice cream ready to spin and neither of my machines are working to my liking. Thanks in advance.

  • Ashley: You might be interested in the post I did about choosing an ice cream maker: Meet Your Maker.

    Happy churning!

  • Merci for the link! ESP must be in force across the arrondissements. Stay tuned!

  • and i wish i can cook!
    thanks for the link.

  • I love when you do posts of links. Thanks for the interesting reading (and watching…) :)

  • Hehe, I know you’re not a stalker…it was just my wishful thinking! :)

  • Ohhh, I’ve made the Cinnamon Toast ice cream from Gourmet. It’s buttery and lightly spicy with a bit of a crisp crunch to the toast (I did use whole wheat bread, since it was all that I had.) It’s different. I don’t think I’d make it more than once or twice a summer.

    That said, I waxed poetic about your cheesecake ice cream on my blog. It is heaven in a cone.