On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Dorie Greenspan, who the New York Times has called a “culinary guru”, let’s us in on her stockpile of treasured Parisian baking recipes. In her newest, of a long cache of cookbooks, Baking Chez Moi, reflects on Dorie’s career of cookies and cakes, her collaborations with the likes of Julia Child, Daniel Boulud, and Pierre Herme, all while frequenting the best pÃ¢tisseries in hopes of replicating such sweets at home. If those names didn’t fire you up enough, then maybe Martine’s Gateau de Savoie, Odile’s Fresh Orange Cake, Tarte Tropézienne, and Eduard’s Chocolate Chip Cookies will turn on your ovens. From Dorie’s house to yours! This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.
“I thought I would write a book more about French patisserie, and as I started to work I realized that what I loved is the really simple stuff. I’m really a home baker at heart.” [05:00]
“You can bake like a pastry chef or you can bake like a home baker – and both are pretty fabulous.” [17:00]
–Dorie Greenspan on The Food Seen