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Episode 125: Aran Goyoaga of Cannelle Et Vanille: On todays THE FOOD SEEN, were charmed by soft spoken Basque ex-pat Aran Goyoaga, whos talents as a food writer, photographer, and stylist, creatively coalesced on her wonderfully popular blog, Cannelle Et Vanille. Born to a family of farmers and pastry ch

Episode 125: Aran Goyoaga of Cannelle Et Vanille: On todays THE FOOD SEEN, were charmed by soft spoken Basque ex-pat Aran Goyoaga, whos talents as a food writer, photographer, and stylist, creatively coalesced on her wonderfully popular blog, Cannelle Et Vanille. Born to a family of farmers and pastry ch

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Episode 125: Aran Goyoaga of Cannelle Et Vanille: On todays THE FOOD SEEN, were charmed by soft spoken Basque ex-pat Aran Goyoaga, whos talents as a food writer, photographer, and stylist, creatively coalesced on her wonderfully popular blog, Cannelle Et Vanille. Born to a family of farmers and pastry ch

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36 minuti
Pubblicato:
Nov 27, 2012
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Episodio podcast

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On todays THE FOOD SEEN, were charmed by soft spoken Basque ex-pat Aran Goyoaga, whos talents as a food writer, photographer, and stylist, creatively coalesced on her wonderfully popular blog, Cannelle Et Vanille. Born to a family of farmers and pastry chefs, there were pinxtos, tortilla competitions, and txakoli abound, but during the birth of her first child, she was afflicted by a number of debilitating symptoms, later found out to be the effects of an extreme gluten intolerance. Arans premier cookbook Small Plates Sweet Treats is stunning, whimsical and mouth-watering, all with the use of alternative flours. Plus, hear us wax poetic about bacalao pil pil, a classic Spanish dish, proving that time and effort can transform simple ingredients into a most memorable morsel. This episode was sponsored by Fairway Market. I learned a lot by watching my grandfather describe food, cook it, and cooking with my grandmother in a certain way... Its [family] roots. [7:50] It [Cannelle Et Vanille] was never a money-maker. I didnt even know that you could make money off of a blog- or a book or anything! It was something to do in the kitchen, and it just took off from there. [12:00] -- Aran Goyoaga on THE FOOD SEEN
Pubblicato:
Nov 27, 2012
Formato:
Episodio podcast