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Blueberry Clafoutis

Blueberry Clafoutis


Last week I had the pleasure of attending The Ultimate Chef's Table with Chef Curtis Stone food event put on by The Bay and Curtis Stone to promote his new line of cookware. At this event Curtis Stone showed off his new line of cookware by using it to cook his guests dinner. Of course all of the dishes that he made came straight from his most recent cookbook Relaxed Cooking with Curtis Stone: Recipes to Put You in My Favorite Mood and included a Tuna Ceviche, a Shrimp and Pesto Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes, a Fresh Herb Crusted Rack of Lamb and a Blueberry Clafoutis. The event took place at Dish cooking studio here in Toronto where it was set up such that all of the guests could sit at tables surrounding the cooking area and watch chef Stone prepare the meal.

I had a great time at The Ultimate Chef's Table with Chef Curtis Stone! The food was really good and I got to meet a lot of interesting people including a few other Toronto food bloggers and Curtis Stone. Curtis Stone was really nice and did a great job of keeping his guests entertained while he cooked dinner. While cooking he also answered any questions that his guests had on any topic. I brought my camera and took some pictures which I uploaded to my flickr account here: The Ultimate Chef's Table with Chef Curtis Stone Photo Set

One of my favorite dishes from the meal was the dessert, the blueberry clafoutis, and I wanted to try making it at home. It is not quite blueberry season here but luckily the stores are currently filled with cheap California blueberries. A while ago I made and enjoyed a cherry clafoutis so I was looking forward to comparing the new recipe with it. Clafoutis commonly has an almond flavour and most recipes that I have seen just call for almond extract but this one uses toasted almond slices that are ground into a powder. This clafoutis was really easy to make; you just mix everything in a food processor and then bake it for a few minutes. I was just as pleased with the home cooked version of this blueberry clafoutis as I was with the one that chef Stone served. Blueberries work really well in clafoutis and I liked the bit of texture that the ground almonds added.

Blueberry Clafoutis

(makes 6 servings)
Printable Recipe

Ingredients:
3/4 cups almonds (sliced and toasted)
2/3 cups sugar
1 tablespoon flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 large eggs
3 large egg yolks
1 1/4 cup heavy cream
3/4 cups blueberries

Directions:
1. Place the toasted almond slices, sugar, flour and salt in a food processor and process until the almonds are finely ground.
2. Add the eggs and pulse a few times.
3. Add the heavy cream and blend until a smooth batter is formed.
4. Cover and refrigerated the batter for 12 hours.
5. Divide the blueberries between 6 greased 4 inch tartlet pans and pour the batter over them.
6. Bake in a preheated 400F oven until they start to set and the tops start to turn golden brown, about 12 minutes.
7. Let cool and serve with blueberry fool.

Similar Recipes:
Cherry Clafoutis
Blueberry Oatmeal Pancakes
Blueberry Mochi Cake

Giveaway

At the event I picked up some free swag and I thought, what better to do with it than to use it to hold Closet Cooking's first ever giveaway? I have a copy of "Relaxed Cooking with Curtis Stone: Recipes to Put You in My Favorite Mood", a Curtis Stone apron and a Curtis Stone shoulder bag that I will send to one lucky commenter. Just leave a comment on this post before Friday June 26th and I will draw for the winner on Saturday.

Update (June 26, 2009): The winner is commenter #176 or Gee of You had me at Ciao Bella!. Please contact me by email lynch.kevin@gmail.com with your address so that I can get the package in the mail as soon as possible.

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Ken said...

Sounds like a terrific evening. I can 't wait to try out the clafoutis recipe...

Debbie said...

Sounds like you had a great time. As usual, this looks great. Love blueberry recipes and it's blueberry season here! Thanks Kevin!

Sara said...

Sounds like so much fun! The clafoutis sounds great, I had a great one at a restaurant in Las Vegas.

Mary said...

The event sounds like a complete success and it sounds as though you really enjoyed yourself. Lovely dessert, as always.

carmencooks said...

sounds like a lot of fun! thanks for sharing. :)

Pam said...

Your first giveaway! How fun!

Tiff said...

I've never made a Clafoutis but it sounds good!

jenncuisine said...

I've yet to make a clafoutis, and yours looks superb! I will have to give this a try!

Conor said...

Ooh yet another recipe to get me wistful of the amazing blueberries I enjoyed in Ontario. Glad you enjoyed yourself so much, did he whip up a nice roo stew for you? :D

Pat said...

The first time I made a Clafoutis I thought, "how could anything so simple taste so good." But it is and it does. Soon will be blueberry season here in the Pacific Northwest and my next Clafoutis will be blueberry. Thanks for all your good recipe ideas!

Lin said...

How lucky you were to be able to go to the studio! Please enter me into your giveaway. I love your recipes, you're a very adventurous chef for a man! Love blueberries, but it seems that in recent years, since they've been discovered to be so healthy for you, I never find them "cheap" anymore... :-(

Sherry said...

I've become a "Closet Cooking Junkie" checking the site reqularly for your take on my favourite recipes AND lots of ideas for new ones.

Thanks for posting and your pictures are a good part of the reason I try the recipes....

Julie said...

I don't know how to say clafoutis, but it sure looks yummy! Nice giveaway, too :)

maybelle's mom said...

oh, I love clafoutis. ANd, this picture is very evocative.

La Table De Nana said...

I love fun events like that..I have to confess I had never heard of Curtis Stone~
I am Googling..He looks nice in your photos:)

Never thought of blueberry Clafoutis...

Elizabeth said...

That looks great- it makes me wish I liked blueberries!

SteamyKitchen said...

So jealous! Curtis is a hottie!

;-)

Don't enter me in contest - just wanted to say hi!

Melly said...

I enjoy your cooking. Keep up the good work.
mellisa.willis@sbcglobal.net

Staci said...

What a great recipe - I still have quite a bit of fresh blueberries to use up.

Sean said...

Man that looks so soft, sweet and delicious...

100% great stuff as always Kev!

Penny said...

Wonderful Clafoutis recipe. Clafoutis intrigue me. I am trying to develop a savory one with cherry tomatoes. Still working on the idea. Input is welcomed. Love your blog.

Christina said...

Oh how fun! I love Curtis Stone!

♥peachkins♥ said...

your photo looks great.The partially eaten Blueberry clafoutis is very inviting...

Zsuzsanna said...

Blueberry and almonds, lovely combination :-)

Ricki said...

Another amazing recipe--and lucky you to be there, and get all that swag!

Sara said...

i am such an almond fan. is there a way to make this in a larger pan? i don't have tart pans.

Jo said...

Hi Kevin,

Thanks for the email regarding the printable recipe link.. I appreciate you taking the time to point me in the right direction.

This clafoutis looks very inviting - do you think frozen blueberries would work just as good in the cooking.. not for the decoration?

I am glad you enjoyed your evening with Curtis Stone - another Aussie!! :)

Great post again....

SK said...

Ooh, I love new cookbooks and the texture contrast between blueberries and almonds sounds wonderful!

jacquie said...

yummmm. i love blueberries and can't wait until they come in season here. the clafoutis looks good but i'm might go for trying that shrimp/blueberry salad first.

A Feast for the Eyes said...

I'm not sure what to admire first-- Chef Curtis Stone's hotness or the fabulous dishes. Great job on the photos, as always-- and I've made up my mind to try making my first clafoutis. thanks!

kateypie35 said...

Ooooo....a giveaway! Fun!

I never heard of a clafoutis before, I will have to try it! Thanks for the recipe...

We tried the Singapore Chili recipe - only I made it with chicken. It was sooo yummy - served over brown basmati rice. : )

Karin said...

Looks delicious!

Jessica said...

The event sounds awesome! I think I might have to try the Blueberry Clafoutis recipe because I just bought some cheap blueberries yesterday. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

Peter M said...

Clafoutis are one the easiest yet tasty desserts done in a pinch...I can see you enjoyed yours.

Count me in for the draw.

Anon said...

I wonder if you could just almond flour and make this a completely glutton free desert.

finsmom said...

We go bluebery picking every summer, and I am always looking for new ways to use them. This sounds perfect!
Thanks for sharing!

Jennifer said...

WOW I am so making this! I have a ton of fresh picked blueberries to use! I LOVE that you used almond meal in these :)

Great giveaway!! :)

Garrett said...

I might make this soon.

Janet said...

I love your blog, Kevin, and I find it enticing that you are in Toronto! :)

Court Cooks said...

Keep the recipes coming! I enjoy reading your blog.

Paula Pereira said...

I love this cookbook, I browsed through it at a bookstore and the pictures and recipes had me hooked! That must have been so much fun to meet all those like minded food lovers. thanks so much for the give away!

Angel said...

I love Curtis Stone and this recipe looks delicious!

The Healthy Hostess said...

Looks great! I love all of your recipes!

Lisa said...

Sounds like fun and i would love to win the book.

pickledseeds said...

I Love your blog and I love all the great photos of food that you take! Very inspiring!

Camille said...

You've given us so much already. Thank you for your generosity and delicious recipes and beautiful pictures!

Deblynne said...

Thanks for the great recipes

Chris said...

I never thought about blueberries Kev. I made 4 cherry versions last week, so blueberry may be just the change I need.

Lovely as always.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Sounds like an amazing event to have gone to! I wish I could go to something like that!
superbutterfly12@yahoo.com

Jan said...

Sounds like a great evening you had!
Your blueberry clafoutis looks amazing.

Cheryl said...

Wow I am jealous, I am glad you had such a great time!

Dafna said...

Your food always looks so delicious. Seems like you eat well :D

Teresa said...

I love your blog and look forward to seeing it in my inbox. The blueberry clafoutis sounds great. Can't wait to try it.

Deseree said...

Sounds like such a fun event and this dessert looks wonderful. I love blueberries. Thanks for sharing! :)

Katerina said...

Many moons ago I used to work at a restaurant that made delicious clafoutis, and I haven't even eaten once since... that makes it like 10 years! I should really revisit it!

It would of course help if I won!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

A delicious looking clafoutis! A great giveaway!

Cheers,

Rosa

Ladybug said...

Sounds like a blast!

Anonymous said...

The recipe and photo both look wonderful as always. Thank you!

throuthehaze said...

count me in!

Doridoll said...

Can't wait until its blueberry season here. It looks scrumptious!

Amy I. said...

Looks amazing! I made a clafoutis today too, but it didn't look nearly as good as yours :)

C. said...

Great photos of the event. Thanks for sharing.

Happy cook said...

Wish was had evening like this.
Love clafoutis, here we still have to wait for the season of bluberry.

Elin said...

Kevin,
This is one great dessert and it is easy to whip up. I will try this out as soon as I get the fresh blueberries...which is not easy to get over here in Malaysia :(

Jo said...

What a great recipe to whip up for summer especially with the abundance of berries. Also I think Curtis Stone is an extremely cool guy!

Lauzi said...

Just made this and all I can say is - thank you!! Delicious.

Sylvie said...

What a great evening you must have had. Great recipe too.

JustJolita said...

Nothing is easier as clafoutis!!! I have pear clafoutis on my list!!! Just the season hasn't come yet! Love your recipes and photos!!!

Parita said...

Sounds you had a grt time! M yet to try clafoutis at home, this looks perfect and i adore blueberries!!

JadeGordon said...

I love Blueberries, and that looks awesome!

Lexi said...

I've never heard of clafoutis in my life, but it looks divine!

Wenchzilla said...

This looks amazing!! And I have some blueberries to use up. Life is good! :)

Saee Koranne-Khandekar said...

I love Curtis Stone's recipes--they're easy and full of flavor--yours looks very comforting as well. And congratulations on Closet Cooking's first giveaway; I'd have loved to have that book but it'd cost you a bomb just to mail it to India! :)

Judy said...

Lucky you. Sounds like a great time. The blueberry clafoutis sounds delicious.

tigerfish said...

Wow, I visited at the right time! I see the blueberry clafoutis has been almost half-eaten and I hope I can have that remaining :)

KJB said...

I think that I am a bit late to the Curtis Stone party -- just discovered him with this current round of publicity. The clafoutis look tasty indeed.

Jeanine said...

Wow, sounds like you had a fantastic evening, Kevin! Your blueberry Clafoutis looks delicious (and easy enough to switch to GF for me too!). Thanks!

mirela said...

I will definitely try this recipe, it looks so yummy.
Thanks for the giveaway, you are too kind!

rhiannon said...

mmm that looks so good! i'll definitely be trying this :)

Joanne said...

Wow Kevin, that sounds like a ton of fun! I've never had clafoutis before but I can imagine how good blueberries and almonds would be together.

Heidi Renee said...

Sobey's just had a cherry clafoutis recipe I just made, it was delish! Living in NB we will soon have tons of wild blueberries, will have to figure out the ratio as they are much smaller and could easily overpower the recipe, or they might add just the right amount of flavor as they are so tiny.

Grace said...

ah, blueberries suspended in mid-cake/custard. awesome. :)

CNY Kitchen Mama said...

I'm going to make these TODAY!! I wonder what will happen if I don't refrigerate the batter for 12 hours?? We'll see.

Thanks for a great recipe!

lisaiscooking said...

Sounds like a fun event, and your clafoutis looks great!

Eric said...

I just got a blueberry bush this year and now I know what I'll use the berries in!

Laura said...

Love your blog. Never miss a day. :)

Karen said...

Oooooo Curtis Stone and some swag...I'd be in heaven :)

She'saPistol said...

I made the cherry clafouti earlier this month--a lot of work to pit the cherries. But blueberries mean instant gratification!

Shirley said...

YUM!

zoe said...

Wow sounds like an awesome demo. Fun giveaway!

nick said...

Beautiful pics. on that one!

Sadly, my clafoutis never turn out nearly this good, I've all but given up on them!

Sarah Carrico said...

Clafoutis has always been such a magical-sounding word to me. The taste, of course, equally enjoyable. :D

Sarah Fries said...

So jealous you got to meet Curtis Stone! Sounds like a fun event.

Gloria said...

Well Kevin this Blueberry Clafoutis look amazing, and the picture is beautiful!
So lovely and nice you make a giveaway Kevin, so nice!
You was so lucky to attending to Table Chef Curtis Stone, so nice,xxGloria


I have freeze blueberries of the summer but I think are so good to make this (we are in winter here)

Anne said...

It's definitely blueberry season in the South. I'm buying them practically every time I see them and I have a freezer full of them now. This looks like the blueberry recipe to try!

Thanks for this site. I have been trying a lot of your recipes, thanks to your descriptions of the taste and you have helped me over a "cooking rut".

Kimmie said...

Looks terrific as usual!! The giveaway sounds great!

Amy said...

Lucky you! Sounds like a great time!

oneshotbeyond said...

I have a tub of blueberries right beside me for breakfast! I wish I had a piece of your sweet clafoutis!

Anonymous said...

Love clafoutis, I've always used Julia Childs recipe. This one sounds great

Joy said...

I wonder how this would be with Rhubarb. I have such a craving!

Rox said...

hooray for your first giveaway. I had never hear of a clafoutis- I might just have to try one now ;)

Marta said...

Kevin, I'm so glad you had this fun oportunity! Being in that situation, seeing the chef and tasting the food must have been super fun! Thanks for the giveaway, I see I have about 1% chance of getting it right now and there's still another 5 days to go, hahahaha crossing my fingers!

phgirly said...

Love your blog. Great that you use fresh ingredients that are in season. Hope to win the book. :-)

Katie said...

Looks excellent, Kevin! Your recipes always look so good! I am dying to make some strawberry jame after one of your posts last week.

Mrs. L said...

I already have this cookbook or I'd join in. Great giveway!

Miri said...

That looks so yummie! Too bad we don't have loads of blueberries over here in Germany, I'd love to make this clafoutis (and blueberry pancakes ;) )

Patsyk said...

I just picked up more blueberries myself! This looks like a wonderful end to any meal.

Monica said...

I recently discovered your blog (randomly) and I love reading it! It constantly inspires me and makes my mouth water!! My birthday is just around the corner and I've got about 5 special meal ideas all stemming from your blog. Thanks for the great ideas!

Jessi said...

This looks awesome!! Looks like a great time.

Ed said...

Looks delicious! Yay for your first giveaway!

Michelle said...

This looks and sounds fabulous, I love blueberries! I don't bake with them nearly enough, they usually just get mixed into cottage cheese or yogurt. Boring!

James said...

Still never made clafoutis (pancakes in disguise) - how shocking is that?! This and the cherry one might just win me round. Easy is good after all.

lailaie said...

Looks delicious! Your pictures are always so beautiful to look at :)

Marjie said...

Deceptively simple recipe! Sounds divine! Glad you had a great night out.

Diana said...

That looks great! Cool giveaway!

Margaret said...

I've never posted a comment to your blog before, but a give away contest seems like a good time to start! I do enjoy seeing what you make, and I've tried out several of your recipes with good success. I'll definitely be trying this one, as blueberries are my favorite fruit!

Jenn@slim-shoppin said...

Kevin, you lucky duck! What an awesome thing to go to!!

I like watching his show where he finds someone in the store and goes home with them to make dinner.

I wish I was that lucky. Love the desert, and love the pics!

Dhorwich222 said...

I love all of the asparagus recipes you have lately. I've got to get some from my local Farmer's Market and get cooking!

Bincy M. said...

The Blueberry Blintzes sounds to die for!! Will have to try!!!

Lisanne said...

I just bought 4 pints of blueberries this weekend and I am looking forward to using some of them on this great dessert!

Amy said...

Mmmm.. I love clafoutis. I will have to give this recipe a try!

jenelisebeth said...

This recipe sounds lovely!

.................... said...

Yum....that looks so good!

pinkstripes said...

YUM! Blueberry clafoutis sounds delicious! I've made the traditional cherry before. i'll have to try this one.

traci said...

You have such yummy, interesting recipes on here. I have sent the link to your site to many friends and family to enjoy.

davesg1rl said...

Gotta love the take home chef! I enjoy your blog as well.

Soma said...

what a beautiful one with a cool picture.

Kelly said...

We made cherry clafoutis in culinary school and they were hit and miss. I loved it, but then again our clafoutis turned out properly. Some of them were a major disaster! Contests are so much fun, and it sounds like the event you attended was a lot of fun, too!

Cookin' Canuck said...

What a perfect summer dessert! It sounds as though you enjoyed a great evening. I always enjoy Curtis Stone's recipe on his show. They seem very do-able for the home cook.

Michelle (mla1111) said...

These look real tummy!!! Thanks for the fun giveaway too!

Sofie said...

I enjoy your blog. Simple dishes and very nice pictures.

Steph said...

How fun that you got to meet Curtis Stone!
Oh, and that clafoutis looks delish!

Tiffany said...

I really enjoy reading your blog and look forward to hearing about what new creation you've come up with next. Your shrimp carbonara is what brought me here but your innovation keeps me coming back!! Thanks so much for putting all the effort into this!

Shannon and Scott said...

Love your site! I follow it everyday! :)

Gabby said...

So glad you're making use of the California blueberries! (I live in CA)The clafoutis looks amazing!

Kathryn E. said...

Yum! That sounds easy and delicious. I love the idea of crushed almonds instead of extract. I wonder if I can chop them finely enough with a sharp knife instead (I lack a food processor)? Thanks for sharing another inspiring recipe.

Millie said...

Blueberry my favorite! This sounds just delish.

Sippity Sup said...

Well, I usually read quietly, but thought I'd better pipe in and get in this contest! GREG (sippitysup)

Reeni♥ said...

The blueberry clafoutis looks just divine! And this looks like a fun event. Curtis seems like a very down-to-earth guy, that's what I like about him. Your very kind for having this giveaway.

emily said...

I love blueberries...this sounds amazing!

W Ali said...

i love curtis! and blueberries!

mirtilla said...

Che buono!

Treehouse Chef said...

this looks beautiful and delicious as always!!!!

Psychgrad said...

Cool - sounds like a neat experience.

Emma said...

The clafoutis looks delicious! Am new to your blog and am loving it! Thanks :)

Lindsay said...

A delightful way to usher in summer. And you reminded me that Oregon blueberry season is about to begin!

Sweet Kitchen said...

I just made a cherry clafoutis for Father's Day but I've never had blueberry. I will definitely have to give it a try!

dh said...

The clafoutis sounds wonderful. I've been wanting to try something new with blueberries. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

AnnaZed said...

I have been having something of a blueberry love-fest recently. here in California they are fantastic. the first blueberry I ever remember tasting was at camp in Monterey, Tennessee in the 1950s. We had camped in tents away from the cabins and on a misty morning we picked the berries (placing them in tin buckets and eating a few as we did) to make pancakes. Nothing had ever tasted so fantastic to me. I still love them.

Ruth said...

You always make something fab that makes my mouth water

lee said...

Wow! It looks delicious. What a wonderful way to use blueberries.

Erin said...

I could only wish to meet Curtis Stone. I secretly wish he would find me at my local market, come to my home and make a great dinner for my family! I can only imagine what sorts of wonderful you were able to enjoy at his event!

Maria said...

Looks like a fairly simple recipe--perfect summer dessert. Sounds like it was a fun event.

Christina said...

Well Kevin I haven't tried this before but, there's always a first. Sounds like your trip was lots of fun. Great giveaway too! I'll post about it on my blog.

Happy cooking,
Christina

Deborah said...

Sounds like so much fun! This clafoutis looks great!

Mary said...

I tried making this last year and it just didn't turn out. I'm going to try this recipe plus the cherry one (but with blueberries) to see if I like them more

Kim said...

What a terrific event and how exciting it must have been to be there. It looks like a great venue. Love the idea of blueberry clafoutis, never seen that one before : )

lisa (dandysugar) said...

Blueberries are so delicious in clafoutis! Your's looks great. Sounds like a fun evening! A very pretty dessert!

[eatingclub] vancouver || js said...

I've never seen Curtis Stone but I heard him on the radio the other day.

I love the idea of blueberry clafoutis!

Cynthia said...

So jealous :) Off to look at your pics :)

Jamie said...

What a fun event that was! And clafoutis is scrumptious and your blueberry clafoutis is beautiful! Blueberries are awfully expensive here, but for a gorgeous dessert, so worth it!

Bellini Valli said...

What a fantastic event Kevin. You were very fortunate to be be able to attend. We do not have Curtis on our stations here any longer sorry to say:D

Chris and Amy said...

Sounds like a great event, and as always, a great recipe.

Erica said...

Sounds like a really fun event! The calfoutis looks super yummy- I bet those blueberries just explode when you eat them!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow that's an delish recipe...looks yum....Giveaway sounds gr8!

Randi Lynne said...

I look forward to trying this. :)

marcie said...

MMMMMM blueberry's I'm form Nj which is the "Blueberry capitol of the world!" Love your blog!

Adele said...

Oooh, I absolutely love Curtis Stone! His meals are always fabulous!

mellie said...

I love all your recipes, they all sound so amazingly refreshing. Can't wait to try this one out :)

Sara @ Our Best Bites said...

Okay so I tried making my first Clafoutis (which I had never even heard of before) a few weeks ago after seeing a recipe in (promise not to laugh??) a childrens magazine my TODDLER receives in the mail! It didn't turn out so hot and I'm pretty sure it's because the recipe was written for a 3 year old, haha. I'm definitely going to try this one now!

Fun giveaway too- how cool you got to meet Curtis Stone!

Sarah said...

Sounds like you had a lot of fun, and the blueberry clafoutis looks delicious!

Carol said...

Your clafouti looks yummy, can't wait to try it! I made one once with cherries, but my recipe called for just milk, yours looks so much better! Sounds like you had fun!

Aggie said...

I love any dessert featuring blueberries! What a fun dinner event to be a part of!

Heather said...

Love this yummy yummy recipe! Thanks for the chance to win! Cross my fingers! LOL...Thank you!

Suzi said...

Really enjoying your blog. I made the asparagus tart this past weekend for a father's day brunch. It was a real hit. I think the honey mustard sets this tart apart from some of the other tarts on the web. Curious if you had a hard time getting the clafoutis out of the individual pans? They look wonderful.

gee said...

I just recently found your blog and I enjoy reading all of your yummy recipes. I even bookmarked it!

rachel said...

Gosh, if only my husband had your cooking skills. =)

foodiejudie said...

I am impressed with your cooking talent in a Closet Kitchen..imagine what you could do with a state of the art...stainless steel...6 burner Wolf range....(that would be my dream too)...Sounds like you had a wonderful time...

We Are Not Martha said...

omg Curtis Stone is one of my favorite people ever!! I would die to attend an event he was at :) It must have been fabulous!! And I LOVE making blueberry clafoutis; your looks fabulous!

Sues

Kassy said...

That clafoutis sure looks good! I tried one a few months ago and it was great - maybe I'll try yours out too :)

Anonymous said...

count me in please!

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Snooty Primadona said...

Your pictures from the event are wonderful! He is an adorable chef, if I may say so.

What a treat that you had such a great time!

Ashley said...

This looks delicious!

Jessie said...

I'm not a frequent commentor, but I'm a big fan of Curtis Stone (Take Home Chef!) and of your recipes! This recipe looks delish... still my favorite on your site is the Nanaimo bars (my Canadian mom was thrilled!).

Kristina C. said...

You are my new favorite food blogger . . . Kaylyn's Kitchen lead me this way, and all of your recipes look amazing! I certainly will visit daily! Thanks!

MaryBeth said...

Sounds like a great time...your dessert looks very good, I love blueberries. So nice to see that you are going to join us in having a contest. Good Luck to everyone!!!

Rita said...

I love Blueberry recipes....good luck with your first give-away

{lovely little things} said...

I can never resist a giveaway!!

The Shillings said...

Wow, what a great experience! LOVE all the blueberries this time of year. :)

Kevin said...

Anon: The almond flour should work fine as well.

Jo: Frozen blueberries should work just as well.

Sara: You could easily use a larger pan though you would need to increase the cooking time. Just keep an eye on it and when it gets nice and golden brown and starts to set it will be done.

Kevin said...

Suzi: The clafoutis came out fairly easily. I made sure that they were nice and greased ahead of time.

tamilyn said...

Oh, my girls would be jealous! They think Curtis is HOT and want to know why he won't hang out in grocery stores here in Minnesota and come cook for us :)

Kerstin said...

What a lovely dessert! How cool you got to meet Curtis Stone!

Donna said...

wow what a great experience attending that event. looking forward to try the recipe. it looks delicious! is it blueberry season here in california. :)

The Pettits said...

Ahh, can't wait to win the recipe book!!! :) XOXOX

Food For Tots said...

What a great combination for clafoutis! I luv the add-on of grounded almond.

CinnamonQuill said...

So which clafoutis recipe shall I try, the one for blueberry or cherry? Which will you make again? They both look excellent...!

daphne said...

I have been meaning to try making a clafoutis- with a peach one for my debut.. but this looks amazing and probably will push me to finally make it at last!

MissGreenTea said...

How delicious - Something to try in the future. The cookbook sounds interesting as well! Thanks for sharing the great recipes and pictures. :)

unconfidentialcook said...

How easy is that?!?!? And it looks just divine.

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