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gougeres (SEA)

barleywino Oct 31, 2006 04:46 PM

Where can you get these in Seattle? Any good bakery that has them?

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    MightyMac RE: barleywino Oct 31, 2006 06:05 PM

    Campagne and the Cafe sometimes have them on the menu. They aren't that tough to make btw. I don't know if any bakeries have them though. Sorry.

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      Olympia Jane RE: barleywino Oct 31, 2006 06:29 PM

      The last time we dined at Campagne, two little gougeres were served on a small plate as a complimentary amuse bouche, but they were served cold - mon dieu! They are infinitely better served hot, and as Mighty Mac said, they are pretty easy to make. There are tons of recipes for them on the net, the ingredients are simply a variation on the theme of butter, cheese, eggs and flour. Here's a link to get you started (this one calls for piping the batter, but you can just plop a spoonful gently if you don't have a piping tube:


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        Wanda Fuca RE: barleywino Oct 31, 2006 07:05 PM

        At Pair restaurant. Here is their website:


        1. barleywino RE: barleywino Oct 31, 2006 07:56 PM

          Thanks for the suggestions! Please post if you know of any bakeries too

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            Wanda Fuca RE: barleywino Nov 1, 2006 02:23 AM

            I can tell you how to make them if you get desperate. Plus all the iterations from the batter. Yum.

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              christy319 RE: barleywino Nov 1, 2006 05:34 PM

              I think the only place I have ever seen these for sale in a bakery is at Lenotre in Paris. Which seems kind of odd-I wonder why they aren't more available. Yes, they are easy to make, but so are lots of baked goods that people buy in bakeries.

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