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  1. afracooking
    September 6, 2012

    My mouth is watering just looking at your pictures. Must make this galette soon!

    • Kim
      January 5, 2013

      My son Elliot was home for two nights and this gatelte made our dinner special. I’m a pretty good cook but pie crust challenged. After seeing Pam whip this up in 47 seconds I knew I could do it too. Made it with almond extract and 2 fresh apples thinly slice in the food processor. Sprinkled the final edition with cinnamon and sugar and served it with a small scoop of carmel ice cream and and one of vanilla. I am now a baker. I bake! I am no longer limited to apple crisp on a weeknight. I might even go out on a limb and use a homemade crust since I don’t have to get it perfectly into a pie plate with a crimped top.

  2. Roser
    April 17, 2013

    reading your explanation, I really feel represented. My husband and I try to be as much time together as possible, and keep feeling that after driving to work and back, working and so many things… it really worth to do the effort! As you, we have this same conversation with some good friends, they were trying to hep us as we need “more time for ourselves”. Some time after, they have a really serious couple crises wile we where happy enjoying shared hobbies and activities (I learned some things about photography, he learned to cook and baker… this way we can share each other passions!). But like you, I know that when one of us in on travel (not very often, thankfully) the other one is not crying in despair but enjoying some time of quietness!
    You make me feel less odd! 😛

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