tunes : keane live


Madeleines Martha-style : Tomorrow, French Macarons Helen-style

Hi Everyone -

I know we're supposed to be on a break this week, but I saw this beautiful video today for Keane's You Don't See Me filmed live at Largo in LA and wanted to share it with you. I'd also share the Madeleines I made this morning, but they're soon to be gone! Have a great holiday! I'm really going this time ;).

xo, Cindy

12 comments:

Elizabeth said...

You are the second person who made Madelines in blog land! Yummy. Merry Christmas Cindy and Scott.

Elizabeth said...

Those are some very pretty madelines!

cindy : quaint said...

thanks elizabeth and elizabeth! i was 'thisclose' to burning them - whoa!

Tartelette said...

Perfect madeleines! I am making some tomorrow for the gift baskets, again, since hubbs ae most of the first batch in one day :)
Oh maybe I should give my # just in case for the macarons!

goodness said...

oh my gosh. i want christmas treats. right now.

and thank you for the constant stream of music goodness. i love it all.

cindy : quaint said...

helen - oh my goodness, my french macarons were a disaster! i tried twice. i can't believe i couldn't make these because i've made other things with meringue with no problem. i'm going to buy some on friday! i don't care how much they cost.

leslie - we're having japanese food for dinner tonight and it won't be a disaster unless they're closed!

julie king said...

oh, cindy, the madelines look gorgeous and delicious!!! wishing you and scott a wonnderful holiday!!!

XUE said...

I have not tried making Madeleines but when I do, I hope they come out looking pretty & perfect like yours!

Michelle Brunner said...

Great music! Love the Madeleines...they look so good! I have never made these before! Hope you had a wonderful holiday!

cindy : quaint said...

thanks you three! madelines are not difficult, but the pans really make them special.

michelle, when the strings start to play on this song, it just slays me ;)!

aimee said...

delish! i could never hope to make something this delightful; i just sneakily arrange the store-boughts on a plate hoping no one will guess.

hope you had a wonderful christmas, cindy! :)

The Yellow Door Paperie said...

This is an awesome post, I just stumbled upon. I used to live at Largo in High School. A Lisa Loeb fan. Thanks for the little piece of history. Especially as I'm freezing here in Iowa.