pastry | pastry – The Moonblush Baker

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Nothing is more romantic than the child’s mind. Joy, wonder and discovery is around every corner and undertaking an exposition in to the unknown is part of every day life. From these adventures we plan out our future path. The family pet inspires us to be vet or zoo keeper. The fire trucks or police…

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  • Pastry/Tarts
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  • February 16, 2015

I am terrible at recall. In this world there are two types of people; people who are BBF with list and others who  “guarantee” their memory is good enough to last for hours on end. I am the second type of person. While the constant theme of organisation articles have tried to glorify the list…

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Today, I would not be complaining if it ended 10 hours ago. As someone who is accident prone, I had one of those days when it is amplified infinity fold.  Within the misery it gets worse as I had an accident with my light room program, computer and internet. The day that I was about…

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  • Baked Dessert, Pastry/Tarts
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  • July 14, 2014

  I know many of you are enjoying the summer weather over in Northern Hemisphere; however for those in South maybe you can relate to what I am feeling right now. The winter chili has really made me appreciate to slow down. Not just in terms of food and cooking (pot roast anyone?) but in…

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  • Pastry/Tarts, Savoury
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  • July 10, 2013

Have you ever wondered what makes something delicious? I am not just talking about sweets or baked goods here. What is it about some foods and dishes that make them so likeable I am not alone in pursuit to find this answer. Think of the newest form of cooking, kitchen Gastronomy, has brought about the…

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  • No bake Dessert, Pastry/Tarts
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  • May 16, 2013

I get embarrassed sometimes when I have speak to strangers(or people in general). I admit a majority of it in the past was due to my shyness; as a child I was the one who would hold on to my parents leg and bury my face into their leg whenever I had the chance. Thankfully…

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  • Pastry/Tarts
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  • February 16, 2013

After the sugar rush of Valentine ’s Day, you would think I would be going along the savory route. NOPE! I will always be a cheese and toast girl over a macaron, but I just had to share this tart I made for a lady who gave a wonderful gift. Last Christmas I received a large array…

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  • Bread
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  • December 29, 2012

Often the term “obsession” or “obsessed” comes with negative connotations because we always imaged the stereotypes place out by Children’s tales and popular television. While some things are dangerous to be obsessed with, in everyday life I think everyone has one thing, which is constantly on their mind. The first thing they consider when making…