Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Brioche x 2

It took brioche to bring me back (after the chaotic summer that was just starting during my last post).

I swear there is nothing better for me to make, bake, eat and eat again, than brioche.

I think its the texture.  And the chewiness.  And the slight sweetness.

For the first brioche recipe, the brioche served as the base of a custard tart, topped with a sabayon and poached plums.


For the second, the brioche was twice baked, to use up those stale leftovers of brioche laying around (as if).  The stale bread is dunked in orange vanilla syrup and topped with an almond cream.  Brioche plus almond cream might just be better than brioche itself.


For the rest of the book, I will try to keep up and make up what I have missed from the Baking with Julia cooking group.  But there are no guarantees without brioche.


Rhiannon eating her favorite: honey toast.


5 comments:

  1. I love brioche too! Looks absolutely delicious :)
    And how cute is Rhiannon!

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  2. Your tart looks amazing! And I really liked the twice-baked slices a lot...I know what you mean about brioche!

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  3. Oooh, twice-baked brioche with almond cream! I'm with you on the never having leftovers of delicious things, but if I did...I would totally make the same recipe! Great choice!

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  4. Both of those recipes turned out beautifully and look so delicious.

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