Saturday, November 9


I've been a bit obsessed with the famous French bakery Poilane recently. I've never tried their bread, but decided to make their Punition (Punishment) cookies today using the recipe from Dorrie Greenspan's book, Paris Sweets. There's a charming little video on YouTube of the late Lionel Poilane making them for Dorrie:

The dough for these wee cookies is very easy to put together: butter, sugar, one egg, and flour pulsed one ingredient at a time in the food processor. The recipe calls for chilling the dough for four hours, but Dorrie Greenspan says you can skip that if you need to. I went ahead and used half of the dough right away and put the other half in the fridge for tomorrow.

These cookies are D E L I C I O U S. 

1 comment:

elizabeth said...

that's really lovely and the video was well done!

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