Saturday, 8 February 2014

QUATRE-QUART BRETON










20 comments:

  1. Nice bake Sixte. :-). Martha

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  2. Love it!!! full stop. Rachel

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  3. This is very nice. My family approves it as well. On behalf of them I thank you Sixte. Renata

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    1. You're very welcome Renata. Very happy my cake was loved by your family. Best, Sixte

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  4. The weather is miserable. I eat more staying indoors. Your bake is perfect for this weather then. (:-). Patricia

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    1. I know Patricia, what an awful weather. You should have seen this morning at the polo...Best, Sixte

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  5. Your cake is fab. Marie

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  6. I love your bakes. Julia

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    1. Thank you very much Julia. Best, Sixte

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  7. I am happy. thanks to your cake. (:D). Valerie

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    1. Perfect then Valerie...Best, Sixte

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  8. Where does the name come from, please? Mia

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    1. Hello Mia. I have put a little "history" about the cake...It comes from the pound cake but because we French, do not use pounds anymore, we put it in "quart" and there are 4 equals "Quart" of butter, flour, eggs and sugar in this cake, so it had been called "Quatre-Quart". Best, Sixte

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  9. I liked your breton cake. No surprise here! Nina

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  10. Your recipes are now well known among my friends and family. This is a very tasty cake! Wendy

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    1. Thank you very much Wendy. I am very proud to be "part" of your family. Best, Sixte

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