Fragrant herbes de Provence in a lovely pouch.
It's always nice to get "real" mail or packages, especially as they seem to be a dying breed. How very exciting when one day in early September, we received this package from Dhanggit (of Dhanggit's Kitchen).
Smelling that heady scent of dried rosemary and lavender-y herbes de Provence brought a bit of sunny Provence to rainy Vancouver.
We also received this book on cakes. We are definitely not bakers, let alone cake decoraters, but the cakes in the book are so cute. We vow to make at least one and post about it. Of course, that will probably take a while; maybe in a year? ;)
An easier task is to put those herbes de Provence to good use. We have one idea, but do need more suggestions. Anybody? Thanks in advance.
Many, many thanks to Dhanggit for sending these over to us. Hopefully someday we're able to visit the south of France. Someday.
French/French-inspired Dishes, from the early days
Prawns with Tarragon and Orange
Pork Chops with Grainy Dijon and Capers
Provençal Onion Tart