The Foodie Handbook: Making a Rustic Fruit Galette from 4SP Films on Vimeo.
Lovely video! My mouth is watering!
your video is perfect Pim.. I hope you can post more videos here…
Great wee demonstration and nicely edited as well. Will you book be on sale in the UK?
i agree, really good demonstration – helpful and clear.
I hope you can post more videos here…
i love it! can’t wait to check out the book!
love the video – great job!
Your pie dough was a revelation…I have literally made dozens of pies in the last year trying to find the best rendition of the flour-butter-water combination…I’ve read Rose Levy Berenbaum, David Lebovitz, Shirley Yard, Carole Walter, Dorie Greenspan, the Tartine cookbook, and dozens of others, and your recipe is by far my favourite! My new go-to recipe for sure! (I made the best blueberry pie of my life yesterday, thanks to you!)
great idea to do a video! brings in another dimension to the food blog
The video was excellent! I have never seen crust made so simply! Thanks Pim!
Excellent video Pim. I JUST made a galette that seems exactly the same. Wish I’d seen your video first!
Pim, this is just amazing – looks absolutely scrumptous!
I like the video of how to make a rustic tart! if pictures says thousand words, video says about a million, thanks for making so simple and easy to follow.
Hey, nice job Pim. Concise and well arranged. Very informative.
Love the video of the tart and can’t wait to make the dough!
Your production and presentation was well done, and flows fluidly. Really enjoyed it. Looks like something I could easily prepare.
Hey that’s a cool video! I am just in love with your oven – how big is it?! I’m also very happy to actually see you’re making the dough on a normal surface and not in a bowl – it might be a tad messier, but I bet it’s so much less hassle than doing it inside of the space of a bowl.
Well, that’s awesome that’s looks really delicious.
Wow, this is mouth-watering and oh-so pretty. About this simple tart recipe, I have some mirabelle plums at home and was thinking of making a tart I usually make, simply sprinkling them with sugar. Do you think the frangipane would go well with the plums ?
Chez Pim, this video make baking look so simple and easy and I like it. This video could be my starting point to produce a baking recipe. Thanks.
This is a really nice recipe and easily adapted for other deserts, really enjoyed the show.
Thanks for the great recipes!
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Now, THAT’s good food writing. Charming, funny, informative.
Hi Pim, I discovery you in the channel National Geographic, i’m from spain so my english is very bad. Congratulations, great blog and greatest work.
Thanks for the information you shared that’s so useful and quite informative and i have taken those into consideration….
Very interesting topic, can you post some further information on this subject.
yes definitely this type of blogs are really help for people great job.
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What a great video. I’m going to be looking for your book in Thailand the next time I head downtown Bangkok.
What a lovely video Pim !
(looks really delicious)
keep on sharing more foodie videos like this one
Excellent video, thanks for making so simple and easy to follow.
I love the recipes that is being featured here. Beside from being unique and healthy. The instructions on how to make one is so easy to understand and follow. keep it up.
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Absolutely wonderful! The video is a great idea.
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This looks so good! I am drooling all the way watching this… Thanks Pim!
Thanks for the great blog! I love it.
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Hey Pim, just found your site. This recipe looks awesome! And great job on the video – it’s really great quality.
A lovely recipe! Excellent video! Looks delicious yet very easy to make. Thanks for this video!
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I’m making this recipe for my mother for Mother’s Day I’m sure you’ll love it, thanks.
Very nice recipe, I enjoyed making it. Thanks.
hi pim, in this video the flour quantity is 1-3/4 cups but on your blog where the recipe is printed, it’s 2-1/4 cup. which is correct? it’s a big difference, 1/2 cup…i’ve always made yours with 2-1/4 cup but my dough looks much more crumbly. i’m now going to try this with 1-3/4 cup and see how it goes…just looking for your insight.
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