Tag Archives: Breakfast pastries
House-made brioche are back at Le Pichet and Café Presse. Made from a rich dough with eggs, butter and milk, they come hot out of the oven every morning when we open! Served with butter and house-made jam, they are … Continue reading
Café Presse is up and serving breakfast Wednesday through Sunday starting at 9am. Omelettes, baked eggs, house-made pastries and Caffe Vita coffee. And coming soon, we will once again be serving our house-made whole milk yogurt with toasted walnuts and … Continue reading
New for Fall 2019, Pumpkin Pecan coffee cake. Miam Miam.
This photo of the brioche at Le Pichet comes courtesy of widely-admired food writer Ronald Holden, who writes, among other things, the self-described “crisp, crunchy words, typed fresh daily” that make up the blog Cornichon.org Says Ronald: Had the Oeufs … Continue reading
Quince are an under appreciated fruit. Cooks know them as the last fruit to be harvested in the Fall, and the real indication that winter in Seattle is on its way. My grandmother use to include them in other jams … Continue reading