oooooooooh!! je te retrouve enfin!!! ton gateau est amgnifique ma petite!! biiiiiiiises micky
au pays de la gourmandise nous sommes toujours surs de trouver du beau et du bon ...
This looks yummy!!Can't wait to try ur recipe!! It looks awesome. Thanx for sharing the recipe. Do peep into
my blog and lemme know how you like it!! Cheers!!
This cake looks delicious and the photo has all the colors of summer. Hope that the weather will be better but i think that it's quiet cold in New Zealand...
Saw Bill on BBC tv this Saturday making something peachy (crumble bars) and told Ed (knowing you like Bill) that you are now much closer to his cooking...Don't know if you areplanning on visiting Australia, but this would be an opportunity of course.
oh this looks so good! i always wonder how you get cakes that look so light and crumbly because everytime i bake cakes with similar recipes they turn out dense and compact but nothing like yours!
The cake looks delicious! I hope you're really enjoying New Zealand and I hope the weather clears up for you. I went 2 years ago and got some great weather and some awful weather. Where abouts are you?
j'étais justement en train de me demander comment t'avais fait pour emmener tous tes livres de cuisine en NZ... je t'immaginais bien en train de négocier au guichet: "mais non ce n'est pas de la surcharge, c'est l'essentiel au contraire!"
New Zealand is best in Feb/March, you picked a great time to go! I lived in Auckland for a year and spent awhile traveling too. I would love to go back and visit one day...perfect for a campervan honeymoon too! So jealous ;)
If you want some tips on NZ and they best things to see and do, I've wrote a lot on my travel blog about it here.
Maybe you can do a recipe for their coveted pavlova??
Though nothing can beat that almond and yogurt cake. YUM!!!
Your cake looks lovely Fannie! Hope you are enjoying your New Zealand adventure :)
Enjoy NZ, Fanny! I should make a cake like that - it's been -10Celsius for the last few weeks here:)
PS I've got 2 Bill Granger books, but they're still back in Edinburgh with some friends. Cannot wait to get hold of them - he's a great writer, with such sunny recipes!
I'm so jealous that you're in beautiful summer weather right now. It is snowning, yet again, out here. Your cake looks delicious! I'll have to make it and bring myself a little summer.
It's cold and dank right now and this looks just perfect for a sunny day. Jealous of your sunshine and warmth!
Nice recipe and beautiful photos... Have fun in NZ!
I was in Singapore last year for 7 months (with my job), I had a lot of fun... and a worderful experience.
Mmmmm .... Ce gâteau nous fait partager un peu de l'été que tu as récemment rencontré !
very beautiful blog, very beautiful recipe, and very beautiful photos!
Oh how I adore yogurt cake.
Welcome to New Zealand - I am not sure how long you are staying but it is true that out weather has not been summery until the last week or so! I hope it improves for you.
Bill Granger! If you get to Sydney on your travels you must visit one of his cafes and try his Ricotta Hot Cates...
I think your post has inspired me to buy his book!
Fanny, what a gorgeous cake!! I cannot wait for summer to arrive and all the gorgeous summer produce with it. I had been absent for a while and did not know that you were in New Zealand.I hope that you have a wonderful time over there. Is it a holiday trip?
Your cake looks like the epitome of summer time! I love to cook with peaches that I buy from the farmers market in the summer time. I shall have to try this recipe, it looks marvelous! Oh I can't wait till summer comes to upstate NY.
Looks delicious. I think I'd add a huge topping of whipped cream--everything's better with whipped cream.
coucou contente de voir que tout va bien :)
Ce gâteau à l'air absolument divin!
Beautiful cake! I can't believe New Zealand is so cold right now. I hope you get some warm, sunny weather. I had to comment because I love yogurt cake, and this one looks so good with chunks of fruit through it.
Fanny, what a great cake and what a great blog. It's nice to get a blast of sunshine in the middle of a Canadian winter. By the way, I love the tang of yogurt in cakes and quick breads. It gives any baked good extra zip, and the peaches are a slice of pure summer. Gorgeous!
What a wonderful adventure! The cake looks and sounds divine. Delicate peach and almond... yum.
Enjoy the NZ summer!
Converse - Kjacques (les préférées de Jackie Kennedy !), tu as très bon goût en matière de chaussures !
hi fanny, i've just found out your foodbeam, and i'm keep looking and looking your sweetssss, your recipes, your books. really nice. have a good time in new zealand..
ps: also the cake looks awesome! I m gonna bake it ASAP :) bye.
Looks great. Good for the summertime.
Wow, the cake looks fabulous. Can't wait to ry it. Thanks for sharing.
i love delicisous ~ i like cooking~
welcome to my home~
Oh, my, how I LOVE YOUR BLOG! I'll definately be back.