many thanks to the cook’s atelier…
Posted in food, france October 28th, 2010 by pia

photograph by Jen Altman

Marjorie Taylor from The Cook’s Atelier has cooked up a delicious storm in the (blog)house kitchen this past month. Today in the kitchen you’ll find her last recipe -a classic apple tart – which completes her autumn menu & her stay here. What a treat it’s been to have Marjorie here this month. I hope you’ve all enjoyed her recipes and incredible photographs. Here for easy reference is her complete autumn menu:

roasted cream of cauliflower soup
rôti de veau
winter market salad
apple tart & pâte sucrée

You can keep in touch with Marjorie by following her blog, and she also has lots of great pics on flickr.  For now though,  please join me in saying a big merci beaucoup to Marjorie for being here. Merci Marjorie! Please come back again, you’re welcome anytime. x

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5 Comments

  1. Maggie says

    Merci Marjorie! I’m so sorry we missed meeting up in Paris… hopefully next time, Marjorie! :)

    October 28th, 2010 | #

  2. nathalie says

    the blog house kitchen is such a lovely idea, it makes me feel so at home and i can smell the aroma of what is being cooded ! i would love a piece of this gorgeous tarte aux pommes for my breakfast, though :)

    October 29th, 2010 | #

  3. hybrid handmade says

    Oh, this is delicious! I am passing on the link to my friend who is married to a Frenchman. She loves to cook (just as well) so she will love this blog. Thank you.

    October 29th, 2010 | #

  4. Sofie from Envelop.eu says

    thanks for sharing this.
    love your blog!

    October 29th, 2010 | #

  5. Barb McMahon says

    Thank you so much for sharing these yummy recipes!

    October 29th, 2010 | #


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