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Nov 5, 2013

Puffed Pear Pancake, My French Farmhouse Window



Puffed Pear Pancake-
With some wonderful local pears, and my own fresh eggs, I decided to try this Puffed Pear Pancake. Pretty good, quick and easy! I doubled the fruit. I think it would have been better with almond extract (I was out) so I used vanilla. Texture was soft and moist. A keeper with some homemade creme fraiche on top! Will try with some of my frozen nectarines next time!

My French Farmhouse Window-

With all my herbs cut before the 20's hitting, and hanging in my window, it reminded me of a French farmhouse window! The smell is heavenly- oregano, thyme and rosemary. My fresh Italian Parsley cut in some water as well.

Last of my flowers, sigh... Snow and rain tonite in the forecast...

5 comments:

Candy C. said...

I LOVE your window with the herbs hanging!! :)
I made that Puffed Pear Pancake last Sunday using some of our pears and farm fresh eggs. It was even good as leftovers cold. I doubled the fruit too.

Susan said...

How lovely that window looks! And how wonderful it must smell in your kitchen - between the pear pancake and those herbs!

Little Homestead In Boise said...

Thanks...

Leigh said...

What an eye treat these photos are. And congratulations on winning Mama Pea's giveaway! It will go perfect in your kitchen.

Little Homestead In Boise said...

Oh thanks for the heads up!!!!

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