January 12, 2015

Juliette's Artisanale Koekenbakkerij

I'm watching Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: Vietnam (best one-liners from the episode here) right now and am thinking about this cutesy cookie post as Bourdain eats the most delicious looking brothy noodles. As much as I love sweet food and Europe, I have an insatiable desire to go to Asia and sit on plastic stools in the street while eating bowls of unknown salty food among the loud sounds of the city. But, cookies! Juliette's in Bruges is where you go for speculoos and wooden cookie molds AND the shop owner Brenda told me that she has the best selection of wooden cookie molds so don't look anywhere else but in her beautiful shop. I enjoyed Juliette's because they have an open kitchen so you can watch them bake cookies live while eating samples of all their beautiful cookies. 

We bought one wooden cookie mold and made cookies for Christmas, see here. They are a little difficult at first, but Brenda says to keep practicing and you will get the hang of it after the fourth or fifth time. She also has a video showing how to use the molds. Bedankt, Juliette's!

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