Help !! Anyone read COLETTE out there ? I have read all her books and have used some of her recipes...the one I can't find (or remember ) is Colette describing waking up one cold morning and not wanting to get out of bed and hearing the "kitchen maid" making her ( the kitchen maids' ) "kitchen maid" breakfast which Colette described as "cafe' au lait with perhaps a crust of left-over brioche placed therein with butter and sugar sprinkled on top then pushed under the broiler( brazier ?) to form a tender crust" -Colettes' words. If anyone remembers reading this description of "Kitchen maids' breakfast" would you kindly tell me what Colette book/story it comes from . Many thanks ! Now chew slow y'all .
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Vinegar infuses these spuds with an intense tanginess that pairs well with the heavy dose of salt.