Dedicated to fresh local food from Saskatchewan
Amy Jo,I just found your book at the library. Already read chapter 5, have baked and am enjoying the Clafoutis. It is rare to come across a recipe where I have all the ingredients! Fantatic book.You should mention on your blog that you are speaking at the Cliff Wright library on Jan 11 at 7pm.
Thanks, Bruce. Glad you're enjoying my book. Your comment enticed me to make clafoutis... it's such a great way to eat berries in the winter!
Hi Amy Jo,Your book is well-loved in my home. Although, to be honest, it looks like hell. Coffee stained, and the clafoutis page is permanently stained with saskatoon berry juice.Your Clafoutis recipe is a huge hit with my nieces, I've lost track of how many times I've made it. My nieces live 5 minutes from me (we live out in the country) and when they come for sleep-overs - I crack out the BRUPPER....breakfast for supper. Clafoutis, local bacon, a couple of eggs and of course potatoes.I've given your book to EVERYONE I can possible think of. I actually had a small panic attack when I couldn't find mine a few months ago. Where was it? Well, my mom had stolen it of course.I think the only solution is for you to write another book. Get on it, lady! From a Forever Saskatchewan Girl Living in Alberta,Kim Duke
Thanks for the wonderful message, Kim! I'm glad to hear your nieces are fans of clafoutis a la the prairies.
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