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YUMMY~Palate*

~I have truly enjoyed all the issues of my favorite magazine Wallpaper*. Especially when
they featured the 'Artist's Palate Series'...shown above are from some of their past issues;
Artist Louise Bourgeois' leg of lamb with vegetables, Salvador Dali's Timbale Elysée Lasserre dessert,
painter Richard Estes' chooses spaghetti carbonara & Cai Guo-Qiang chooses Beijing duck.
If you were to be asked to choose one,
what would be yours? ...do tell~yummm!
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Well-well-well...
this would have to be my ultimate choice...
*egg puffs*~represented!
[ cos' it's easy-breezy-versatile & sexy-delish! ]
*1/2 cup milk
*1/2 cup flour
*2 eggs
*1 tablespoon melted butter
* a pinch of salt, sugar & baking powder
*muffin pan - about 18-20 min in 425F preheated oven
~Nothing can be easier right?
versatility : sprinkling of powdered sugar or nutella/ condensed milk/
ice cream/ fruit jam/ melted cheese/ coconut sugar/ cinnamon/
even pesto sauce with bacon...& more! ~options are really endless...
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" Wishing Everyone a Lovely + Yummy* Weekend! "
~XOXO*
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35 comments:

sarahowens said...

Oooo Lenore! This sounds so good. I must try this weekend. Thank you for posting :) Happy weekend dear! xoxo

Laura Trevey said...

I want to reach through the computer and taste the puffs!!!

xoxo Laura

bananas. said...

Egg puffs? What are those amazing puffballs? That look so goooood. Yum!

Enjoy your weekend to dahling! Xoxo.

Len♥reNeverM♥re said...

Thank you ladiesss!

...errr but do tell/share what'b be your food pick please~
I'm nosy like that!
;)

Char said...

have a fantastic weekend!

josie(bean) said...

omgosh i really want some of those eggpuffs now! they look so yummy, and cute! haha.

happy weekend, hope it is full of happy eatings too :)

stephanie said...

oooh those sound delish!!

// S said...

Those puffs instantly made my mouth water... yum!

caroline @ patagonia gifts said...

oh darling I will have to try this! thanks! hope you have a fabulous weekend! xo

Dancing Branflake said...

Those egg puffs look amazing! I am so hungry now. Off to eat.

SabinePsynopsis said...

Wallpaper! I used to love that magazine, but haven't looked at it for ages. Thanks for the reminder. Egg puffs for me, please. Yum!! Happy weekend, Lenore!

McVal said...

Well - I've printed that recipe off! Gotta try it out this weekend!

Nora Johnson said...

Pure food porn, darling Leonore! (And I'm on such a strict diet too! But psst! don't tell anyone that I reached through to some through the computer and they are delish!)

Have a fabulousssss weekend too!

XOXO LOLA:)

Saving Capulet said...

I need eggpuffs right now ._.

Karena said...

Lenore, I love to do mini puffs as appetizers filled with crab. So yummy! Thanks so much for sharing!

Karena
Art by Karena

Down and Out Chic said...

how have i never head of this magazine? have a wonderful weekend!

Claire Kiefer said...

Hmmm . . . maybe a big salad full of things like strawberries, cheese, nuts, and avocado. Or my mama's mud pie. :)

Jaime @ La vie...J'aime said...

Egg puffs..how interesting! :)

Julia Christie said...

Hello - Thanks for stopping by and your nice comment! I am jealous of your eclectic family! I am quite short on the family side of things, so envy anyone with a large family, no matter how quirky. As far as the eccentricty goes, as I tell my 10 year old quite often, who wants to be 'normal'?
Great to meet you!

Smiles!

Homemaker Man said...

A stuffed Chile Relleno or the old classic pizza.

Classic Copenhagen said...

I don't know it you know it already, but there is a super interesting art like food inspired magazine called Yummy, and they have a blog here: http://yummyjunkfoodesignmagazine.blogspot.com/

It is not really that frequently updated, but you get a good idea about what it is about. So cool. :-) Sandra

Jan said...

Never heard of an egg puff.
Probably wouldn't rise for me -I'm such a non foodie.
Lovely weekend Lenore xxx

Shaddy said...

A recipe...that means I'd have to spend time in the kitchen. Yikes!

C'est La Vie said...

not even lying, i'm blogging waiting to figure out what to eat.
DONE and DONE

Jg. for FatScribe said...

great weekend to you also! i look forward to trying this recipe (yummy delish indeed!). also, thank you for your comment over at the ole porkster ... very cool of you to stop by!

Kristin said...

I would definitely go for the nutella. YUM!

Kitty Stampede said...

mmmmm...sounds DELISH..and oh so easy!! Thanks for sharing.

Have a great weekend doll!

thenextarrow said...

thanks for the recipe. sounds delicious.

enjoy your weekend!

xo Alison

COCAMIA said...

Yummy!!! I don't bake or cook but I may attempt these on Sunday! Thank you for sharing and as always, your posts make my day! Happy Weekend...xo

bunny, The Paris House said...

They look delicious! I think I could live on lobster, not sure what my favorite is...but most likely my 'last meal' choice would be, lobster, a ton of butter, champagne and chocolate caramels with sea salt on top! And the table would be covered with pink roses and pink peonies with a few of my favorite white casablanca lilies mixed in.
now I am starving
xoxo

Len♥reNeverM♥re said...

Oh Bunny,

you are always so glamorousss!
I have champagne taste, but beer budget!!

Thank you everyone~
xo*

pinkapplecore said...

i've never even heard of an egg puff but it looks really tasty.

Syed (dapper kid) said...

Ooh those sound YUM!

sarahowens said...

Update on the egg puffs: YUM!!!! Ok, mine were nowhere near as pretty, but, YUMMM!!!! Thanks again for the new recipe! (I used cinnamon on mine and YUM!!!)

xoxoxoxoxo

McVal said...

Hey - I made this last weekend and yummo! I will be making a second batch soon and make a couple adjustments. I'll add 1/4 teaspoon garlic salt to the mix, then sprinkle a bit of shredded cheese to the top before they're baked. I had some mini muffin tins and it make almost 30. Of which I snarfed most...
Thanks! It's a keeper!