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December 03, 2008

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Marie

Gosh I wish I could just pluck that out of my monitor and eat it NOW!

I don't usually get something to nibble on when I'm at the coffee house because the coffee drink is already a treat and I would feel guilty about also having some little sweet thing with it.

Linda

I am with Marie. Usually the coffee or chai tea is itself the treat. That looks scrumptious.

Lily

If the cakey bit was almondy, there is a good chance it was frangipane. I recently saw a recipe for some kind of tartlette, very french. It had a lovely tart shell cooked with this ground almond, vanilla, sugar, eggs, butter concoction cooked in it, then either cream or fruit on top.

I googled it a moment ago, mispelled as frangipani pastry, and found a nice british recipe, so it's definitely available, if this sounds like what you had. I made something close to this once, and it was a kind of dense cake, soft cookie texture.

I'm imagining it done with hazelnuts, too....

Since I don't drink coffee, my favorite hot drink treat is a good steamer, hazelnut usually, tho almond is lovely too. I made them at home til I realized I just wanted to drink the entire gallon of milk that way, lol.
Best homemade flavor was discovered when there was no sytrup available: put a bit of water and sugar in a pan, while it heats add some lemon zest, let this boil a little, then add your milk and heat it up. Strain into cup and add a few grains of salt and some vanilla.

It tastes like excellent poundcake smells...

I hope some of this was interesting, if not directly helpful. I ended up here from ravelry, where I've been enjoying the group today. Thank you for sharing yourself in so many ways.

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Lily

Mandaleigh

I've no idea what it is! Generally I'm with the others and the coffee *is* the treat, but if I'm getting regular (read: little to no milk) then I'll often pick up a nice biscotti to dunk.

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