Pear Clafoutis: Weekend Snapshot: Say it with flowers

Pear Clafoutis enhanced with Rose Petal Infusion

We have a fine weather today! And as always dining becomes triple times pleasant on weather like this. As I savour the last bite of the Pear Clafoutis enhanced with Rose petal infusion that I made for our dessert, I just thought of how men and flowers could be alike in so many ways..

Men like flowers could sometimes be a loner

Men like flowers could sometimes prefer to live close to another.....

Men like flowers could sometimes be down to earth...

Men like flower prefer to follow a leader....

Men like flowers could blossom too even in a rocky situation......

and men like flowers we are all beautiful in our own special ways

And for the recipe of Pear Clafoutis enhanced with Rose petal Infusion
You will be needing: 2 eggs, 80 g of flour, 80 g of butter, 120 g of sugar, 4 tbs of milk,5 pieces of pear, 1 tsp of Rose petal infusion, half a liter of water

In a bowl beat eggs with sugar and melted butter. Continue beating until it becomes creamy. Add the flour and the milk. Cover it and keep in fridge. Peel the pear, quarter it and take off the core part. Infused the rose petal infusion in half a liter of water and let the pear stand in this infusion for an hour. Grease a baking pan. Arrange the pear and pour over the cake mixture. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes at 180 degrees.
and now that's the rest of it...

17 comments:

K & S said...

what a cool analysis of men and flowers and such a lovely clafoutis!

crissy said...

great flower photos!!!

http://kairospix.aminus3.com/ said...

very nice photos you have there!
good captures!

lissa said...

Now you have make me want to take cooking lessons!

Great shots of flowers and yes all those things about men and flowers are true.


lissa
http://postcardsfromclouds.aminus3.com

ilingc said...

Rose petal infusion sounds delightful Dhanggit and your the clafoutis looks delicious! :)

oggi said...

Dhanggit your weekend snaphot entries are a delight to read. Great photos of flowers and cake!:)

Sidney said...

Where did you learn to cook? This isn't simple home cooking...
Lovely flowers...looks like it is still Summer time where you live.

Shalimar said...

my comment puffed haha
anyway i love clafoutis esp the cherry one but i have not made w rose infused yet.. not just yet
too busy feeding the crew...

au revoir

tanabata said...

Beautiful photos of the flowers and insightful thoughts comparing them to men. And I must say that pear clafoutis looks amazing!

Africantapestry and Myfrenchkitchen said...

Oh, you can geive me clafoutis any time...I love it, and now with your pears...nothing better(warm with a scoop of créme fraîche!)
Your blog is lovely, wonderful recipes and beautiful pictures!
ronell

Dhanggit said...

K& S, flowers inspire me all the time.. :-)

Crissy, thanks

Kairo, thanks

Lissa,oh that would be wonderful :-)

IllingC, its interesting how flowers can become part of our gourmet adventure..

Oggi, hi there..thanks for coming

Sidney, its still summer in photos..LOL but Provence is really lovely isn't it?

Shalimar, me too i love cherry clafoutis but its no longer the season..so i just thought of using pear instead :-)

Tanabata, nice to hear that from someone who is good in photography :-) its a compliment

Africantapestry, you are right, next time i will power it up by adding creme fraiche

Emiline said...

Ohhh, I love that you live in France! I love France. I would love to live there.
Your pictures are really beautiful...I love the roses. Of course, the clafouti looks divine.

Big Boys Oven said...

Love the way you describe about flowers...and lovely pear cake! Great that to have found you!

Rosie said...

Thanks for visiting my Blog :)

I adore the idea of rose petal infusion and what beautiful photos of flowers and a great write up!

Great Blog too

Rosie x

Happy cook said...

Beautiful flower pictures.
The dessert too looks delcious. It had to be as in the last pic there was nothing left :-)

Dhanggit said...

Bigboys oven, thanks :-)

Emiline, thanks :-)

Rosie, thanks :-)

Happycook, he hehe

Heart of Rachel said...

You have a beautiful blog. They food you prepare look absolutely delicious. I love how you creatively garnish them.

I have bookmarked your site. I'm not the cook in our house. The kitchen is my hubby's domain but I appreciate good food when I see it. I'll show him your site one of these days.

Thanks for visiting my blog.