Sunday, May 29, 2011

Tidbit of decadence

Decadence via food comes infrequently these days. I mainly experience it through the use of spice. But once in a while? Once in awhile, there's something like this.

Tidbit of decadence

The Orange Blossom Pot de Crème, rhubarb, and semolina cookies from Little Bird.



Heather said...

Dammit - I thought you were going to share the recipe for this! Shame on you for teasing us non-Portlanders!

Magpie Ima said...

There's nothing in the world wrong with egg yolks and cream--I say have another!

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Carmel said...

Yum. Those flavors sound so refreshing yet indulgent.