Baking with the Washington Post — Pâtisser avec le Washington Post

A recipe in the Washington Post

What a treat! Saying that I was surprised when accomplished baker and cookbook author Nick Malgieri asked me if I would like to contribute to an article he was writing for the Washington Post Food section would be mild: I felt really excited. He was asking for a baking recipe published on my blog.

But what recipe to choose?

I knew it would need to be straightforward, easy so that it can be reproduced at home by readers without difficulty.

So I decided to choose my Lemongrass, vanilla and red currant cakes, which to my delight, the kitchen tester liked.

If you like, you can check the full article, On These Blogs, Bakers Can Find Their Fix, and the two featured recipes, Cenk’s lovely chocolate brownies and my Lemongrass, vanilla and red currant cakes. There is also a chart of other food blogs mentioned.

Many thanks to Nick and the food editor at the Washington Post for this piece of writing.

25 comments

  1. Congratulations!!! So well deserved! Your blog is always so inspiring :) And speaking of your recipes, I just tried your white chocolate and matcha marbled cake recipe…delicious!

  2. Congratulations Bea, again! It’s so exciting to watch your career blossom right before our eyes, Thanks for sharing the ride with us.

    P.S. I just had to make egg salad after reading yesterdays post. Yum.

  3. That’s so fantastic! But I’m not surprised he asked, you are so very talented. Photographer and cook. Congratulations on all your sucess!

  4. congrats, what a great article! i always loved the photos from that post, the little cakes look so yummy!

  5. Congratulations! That’s fantastic. It is great to see you get recognition for your good work.

  6. What an honor. Nick is an incredible cook and food professional ~ highly respected.
    Really enjoyed reading La Tartine Gourmande ~ will continue to do so!

  7. I actually saw this earlier because they highlighted the Daring Bakers in the story. I recognized your photo right away and thought…go Bea!

  8. Well Done, Bea! This is only the beginning of many more great things to come for you!

  9. Many thanks for your encouragements everyone. It was a true honor!

    Thanks Shari, sweet!

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