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Ms. Glaze's Pommes d'Amour



Cooking adventures,recipes, and videos from Paris to New York to San Francisco



Updated: 2012-05-17T23:52:49-07:00

 



Please come check out my new site!

2012-05-17T23:52:49-07:00

Hi folks! Thank you so much for following my stories throughout the years. I hope that you will come on over with me to my new site for more. I've just come back from a month long vacation in Europe...



Ms. Glaze is Moving to Amy Glaze...

2012-04-03T14:17:16-07:00

First of all let me say THANK YOU! for your support and comments over the last 7 years. I hope that you will follow me and resign up on my new blog at: AMY GLAZE'S POMMES d'AMOUR It is still...



Lobster Ravioli, Pea Shoots, & Smoked Paprika Sauce

2012-03-22T22:05:45-07:00

I made these lobster raviolis for a friend of mine who spent 9 months craving sushi, shellfish, and martinis. I promised her lobster once her baby was born and here it is! This is not the easiest dish especially if...



Dutch Apple Baby & Truffled Skillet Soufflé: Cast Iron Breakfasts

2012-03-15T17:37:01-07:00

That long title is a complicated way of saying: one basic recipe, two different results. My Mom makes Dutch Apple Baby for fancy brunches. It's a crowd pleaser. Especially when you enter carrying a poofy egg soufflé that smells like...



Pumpkin Butter: In Bread, On Pizza, By the Spoonful

2012-03-08T13:07:53-08:00

I know you're wondering if I've totally lost my mind with pumpkin recipes in March, but when I said (in my last pumpkin mole post) we have 70 pounds of sugar pie pumpkins that are in dire need of attention...