Blueberry Lavender Scones

Does scone rhyme with “tone” or with “gone”? Most of the UK, Canada and Australia will argue that it rhymes with gone, while southern England, the Republic of Ireland and Americans argue that it rhymes with tone. Scones are an important part of the anglo culture. They can be anything from a rushed convenience food

Sablés Bretons

Sablés are wonderfully buttery and crumbly shortbread cookies from Brittany. Sable in French means sand, and these cookies get this name from the texture of the dough when blending the cold butter, flour and sugar together. Sablés Bretons, use sea salted butter that is typical of Bretagne. These cookies are crumbly, buttery and blur the

Bossche Bollen

Bossche Bollen are essentially giant profiteroles filled with cream and covered in chocolate, originating from the Dutch city, Den Bosch. They look impressive and are deceptively simple to make. While they originate from Den Bosch, you can find them throughout the Netherlands either by the name of Bossche Bol or Moorkop. Like all Dutch treats,