Carrot Spiced Madeleines (inspired by Karaocake) on Eating the Beats!

Laura and Eleanor making madeleines. Photo by Dominick Mastrangelo.

Carrot spice madeleines. Photo by Dominick Mastrangelo.

A few months ago I mentioned the launch of my friend (and excellent cook) Laura’s new food blog, Eating the Beats. Her blog features recipes inspired by the music that she loves. It’s a lot of fun to read and I think the surest way out of a food rut is to let something not related to food inspire your eating. I love reading her blog to get new ideas and find out about new bands! So I was very pleased when she invited me to work on a post with her inspired by the French synth-pop band Karaocake. Reflecting on the music, which is sweet, poppy, and Frenchie as well as infused with a heavy dose of melancholy and nostalgia we thought, what better than madeleines? And perhaps, carrot cake madeleines? We invited our friend Dominick Mastrangelo to take pictures and voila! Read the results on Eating the Beats here. Et bon appetit!

Is there anything more beautiful than sifted flour? Photo by Dominick Mastrangelo.

Testing the madeleine batter. Photo by Dominick Mastrangelo.

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About 2cooksinthekitchen

Two cooks, one from Bushwick and a passionate meat-eater, one from Sunset Park and a former vegan, and both NYC transplants, set out to share original recipes that can be made dairy free and vegan deserts; showcase culinary resources in the outer boroughs (and sometimes Manhattan) where one can find unique, specific and fairly priced ingredients; and participate wholeheartedly in the many cultures of cooking and eating that make up New York City.
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