I signed up to make the desserts for our upcoming wedding party. In preparation, I tested one of the two recipes I plan to make: Almond Rochers from Tartine’s cookbook. I think it’s safe to say, if you are going to make the dessert for your own wedding party, this is a good choice. Nothing could be this simple AND this delicious.
On December 28th when I arrived in New York City, Paul’s native habitat, I had done essentially no research on restaurants and bakeries. My only request was to walk the neighborhoods and stop in cozy cafes, diners, bakeries, and markets.
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