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Food Goals: Pear Clafouti


Welcome to Friday Food Goals. You can see my past posts here.

This week I'm showing you the Pear Clafoutis from Barefoot in Paris.  I was really excited to try this recipe because I got to buy liqueur and also because it was très français.  I like french and dessert, so we all win.

This was an extremely easy recipe to assemble and was quite tasty too.  I would make this one again.






I should add that all three recipes that I have used so far in my quest to cook an entire cookbook (despite not knowing what half the ingredients are) also coincided with a Halloween party that Alynne was throwing (yes, I started this awhile ago so I could have a stockpile before I started the blog series.) Anyway, the girls all got to sample a little bit of this and a lot of that.  I did take notes on their ratings:
In retrospect, I wish I would have recorded who gave which grade and what scale I was using. Ugh. I shall improve this for next week.
Beatty's Chocolate Cake (last week): 5, 4.5 and a 4.  (I'm pretty sure the scale was out of 5)
Apple Spice Cake (first post): 5, 4
Pear Clafoutis: 4, 5, 5.

                                       

I remember these scores surprising me because I didn't think the Apple Spice Cake would fare well, nor the Clafoutis. 
But then again, I am a chocolate cake girl through and through...how can you not resist?



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