Tag Archives: Mrs. London’s

Taste of the Week – May 10-16

Until the ridiculous planned tariff on Roquefort was repealed, I was beginning to lament that great blue cheeses would be that much harder to come by here in the United States. Mind that many other excellent European blues would […]

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Birthday Breakfast

Goose eggs are not easily found in markets. I used to be able to get some from Milton Rodewaeld of Thistle Down Farm in Schuylerville, N.Y., but unfortunately that wonderful family farm was unable to survive. I was thrilled this […]

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Taste of the Week – April 5-11

Mrs. London's Bake Shop in Saratoga Springs is simply marvelous- possibly the single most wonderful culinary treasure of the entire area of northeastern New York. Their product is truly world class from ethereally light and flaky croissants to deep, complex […]

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A Simple Pleasure

 Sometimes the simple pleasures are the best. I had one of those simple pleasures for breakfast using all locally made ingredients. I used Michael London's Fire Bread from Mrs. London's in Saratoga, N.Y., smeared it with pumpkin butter from Albert […]

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