And if you can get your hands on a copy of the book do, it's well worth suffering the miserable exchange rate for. This cake was a recipe from the book I had to try, super easy and super delicious a French Style Yoghurt Cake, we ate it for breakfast on the weekend. Delicious.
I've known of Molly's blog for sometime, but lets face it, there's simply not enough hours in the day to read every gorgeous blog you stumble across, so I hadn't really visited much. But I've just finished reading A Homemade Life, and well now I'm going to make time for Molly. I love her blog. I love her writing and I love her recipes. Her writing is so warm and honest, sometimes sad, sometimes funny, always captivating. You know when you finish reading a book that you've really enjoyed, that feeling of sadness you have that it's over :: you want more but there isn't any? I'm so glad that's not the case here and I can keep reading Orangette. I can find out what Molly and Brandon are up to, or more importantly, what they are cooking whilst admiring the lovely photos Molly takes using polaroids. And she does love to talk about cake. Which is just as well, because I love to read about cake. And eat it. It's perfect.