(via Li Hui)
pronunciation | ‘sE-yazh
notes | sillage is how close a perfume stays to your skin; perfume with light sillage does not leave much trace in the air. also, not to be confused with silage (sy-ladzh), which is a type of cow food.
Daughter covers Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.”
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Adapted, barely, from Smitten Kitchen
1 c white sugar
1 t baking powder
3 c all-purpose flour
1 c cold unsalted butter (2 sticks, cubed up)
1/4 t salt
Zest and juice of one lemon
18 oz package blackberries, roughly 3 c
1/2 c white sugar
4 t cornstarch
Preheat oven to 375, grease up a 9×13″ pan.
In a very large bowl whisk together sugar, baking powder, flour, salt, and lemon zest.
Using a fork, a pastry cutter, or your incredibly strong swedish massage hands, incorporate the cold cubed butter and egg into the flour mixture until it’s crumbly. Deb has a good picture of what it should look like. Don’t get too crazy and make it look like sand.
In another bowl combine lemon juice, cornstarch, and sugar. Gently toss with blackberries.
Pat half the dough mixture into the pan. Top with blackberries, then crumble over the rest of the dough. Bake for 35-50 min until top is golden brown. I know this is a huge time window, but It too mine about 35, I almost burned mine. I don;t want this to happen to you, so start checking at 35 min and then about every 5 min.
LET THEM COOL COMPLETELY THEN PUT THEM IN THE FRIDGE FOR AT LEAST A COUPLE OF HOURS.
Now you can proceed with cutting them up and eating several in one sitting.
(via Wit and Vinegar)
Dubbed “the first American Flapper” by her husband F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda (Sayre) Fitzgerald did whatever she wanted to - consequences be damned. With Scott along for the wild ride, Zelda reeled and roared through the Jazz age and the 1920s.
From her free spirit arises the Zelda Collection, a super-limited-edition set of ice creams made with top-shelf ingredients from around the world and homegrown attention to details. Your spirited companion and guide is Zelda, a woman who truly embodied an American age of living in the moment. The collection takes you from Zelda's childhood home in Alabama, to New York, St. Paul, Paris, and on through the Roaring Twenties.
BLACKBERRIES + SWEET CREAM
A love letter from Zelda: grass-grazed Ohio sweet cream with swirls of sweet-tart blackberry sauce made from scratch in our kitchen.
COGNAC + MARMALADE
Brandy-spiked grass-grazed cream with a from-scratch marmalade of fresh, imported Seville oranges. A decadent ice cream take on the classic Sidecar cocktail.
DARK CHOCOLATE RYE
The Roaring Twenties party rolls on: Dark Chocolate ice cream spiked with Middle West Spirits’ fult-tilt Oyo White Rye whiskey and caraway (as in The Great Gatsby’s Nick Carraway).
LOVELESS BISCUITS + PEACH JAM
Pieces of from-scratch, melt-in-your-mouth biscuits with our own peach jam in grass-grazed cream. Inspired by Zelda—her favorite treat was biscuits and peach jam—and Nashville’s Loveless Cafe, whose biscuits are the best in the land.