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1 Michelle (Chasing Chelles) May 30, 2011

That looks DELICIOUS! I’ll be giving that a try some time in the near future!
I’m also geeking out about The Hobbit! I’m like you with the reading. I definitely go somewhere else when I read. I just finished The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and every time I’d look away from the book I had to remind myself I wasn’t actually in Sweden. :-P
Great post! Love your creativity!
~Michelle

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2 Lauren at Keep It Sweet May 30, 2011

Wow this looks gorgeous and delicious!

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3 Kristina @ spabettie May 30, 2011

I have never made one of these, every time I see one I am reminded I want to! especially this one, it looks caramely delicious…

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4 Lesley Lifting Life May 30, 2011

This sounds delightful!!

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5 Gina @ Running to the Kitchen May 30, 2011

I’ve made Ina’s tatin before too, it’s amazing and so I’d imagine this is too!
And, what good is a book if you don’t lose yourself in it? ;)

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6 Anna @ Newlywed, Newly Veg May 30, 2011

Hahaha…I did the same thing after I read FWDGF :-) I think I just wanted to be friends with her for the champagne, though :-)

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7 Marina May 30, 2011

I totally believe you that you’re French, when you give me recipes like those :)
I’ve had the most amazing crepe in Paris, with nutella and banana…
This banana tatin must be awesome as well!

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8 Maria May 30, 2011

Great way to use up brown bananas!

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9 Kate@Diethood May 30, 2011

Oh my… that looks amazing! And delicious! Beautiful job, as always.

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10 Mama Pea May 30, 2011

I hope this means you are feeling better! Bad salmon. Good cake. :)

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11 Leanne @ Healthful Pursuit May 30, 2011

Thanks for the follow on Twitter!
I too am pretty darn excited for The Hobbit. I was the reader that read The Hobbit… 4 times. I could do it a fifth, but I will refrain myself! This cake looks amazing. There’s so much going on here. I just made an upside down apple cake that’s similar to this. I’ll have to try it with banana and chocolate!

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12 Jenny @ Fitness Health and Food May 30, 2011

oh my heavens, that cake simply looks ooey gooey chocolatey banana-y delicious!

Awesome food makes me create my own foodie vocabulary ;)

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13 Alyssa May 30, 2011

Looks delicious! I was in Boulder today for the Bolder Boulder and thought of you! Hope you are feeling better, dear :-)

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14 Salah@myhealthiestlifestyle May 30, 2011

must. have. now.

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15 Miri Leigh May 30, 2011

This looks delicious! And so pretty!

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16 Sara May 31, 2011

Mhmm, Banana.

Tip: Have been to Paris two weeks ago – and the only people wearing scarfs were the tourists!
The only thing i could spot as a must-have on the “lucky little ladies in the city of light” were huge amounts of make-up.

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17 brandi May 31, 2011

I do the same thing with her books! :)

this looks delicious – and such a fun twist on the classic recipe!

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18 Bakerbynature May 31, 2011

I catch myself in lala land thinking about walking the streets of Paris daily. This Tatin looks perfect, and a great way to transport yourself through taste.

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19 Elle June 8, 2011

Wow, this is amazing! Wouldn’t have thought of it, but it’s genius.

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