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Lindsay Gehman

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Fleur de Sel is a food blog created by a San Francisco urbanite who desires to inject a little Parisian je ne sais quoi into her kitchen and recipes.

Recent Posts By Lindsay

Invitation & Etiquette Tips for Destination Weddings

Hi loves! Lindsay here from Fleur de Sel stopping by as part of the Blogger Bride series to share more tips for you jet-setting brides-to-be planning destination weddings. This time I'm here to share some tips on your invitation suite - from when to send out save-the-dates and invitations, to ideas of how to get your guests excited for the adventure ahead. Ready fellow destination brides? Let's do this. My fiancé and I were lucky...

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Dark Chocolate Caramel Bars

Whenever the mood for something decadent strikes, these dark chocolate caramel bars are the cure. The first layer is a rich, buttery shortbread, studded with flaked coconut. The second, a decadent easy-to-make homemade caramel, topped with dark chocolate and sprinkled with flaky Maldon salt. The whole of this dessert is more than the sum of its parts - all together, these bars are amazing! For more, head on over...

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Melting Heart Cocktail

Fleur de Sel here stopping by with a fun cocktail, perfect for sharing with your Valentine before dinner! Pear nectar is mixed with a crisp white wine or champagne, gin and ginger simple syrup and then a gorgeous, flame red Campari ice cube is dropped inside. I love how the flavor of this cocktail evolves over time as the Campari ice cube melts, permeating the cocktail with a delightful aromatic glow. The best part? This recipe is...

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Green Eggs and Ham

Not to completely oversimplify things, but I think nearly everyone can be divided into one of two camps - those who prefer sweet breakfasts and those who prefer savory.  As a child, I used to be firmly in the sweet camp and always opted for waffles, pancakes, french toast (and, when I could get away with it, a slice of pie). However, now, I have unapologetically defected to the savory camp. See more over on Fleur de Sel! I love...

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Gift Guide: For the Chef

Hi lovelies!  Lindsay here from Fleur de Sel, stopping by to share my gift guide for the chef in your family or circle of friends.  Whether that chef is the next Julia Child or an aspiring newbie, these gifts are bound to get their creative, culinary juices flowing!  With fun, experimental gifts for the experienced chef that has all the latest...

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Apple Cinnamon Beignets

Being a California girl, I have often fantasized about, though never tasted, apple cider doughnuts from apple farms on the East Coast. Inspired by these delicious-sounding morsels, I whipped up a batch of apple cinnamon beignets, studded with diced fresh apple that goes wonderfully soft during cooking, warm cinnamon and nutty brown butter. Although these beignets were fantastic with an ample dusting of...

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Mini Pumpkin Spiced Latte Bundt Cakes

Few things make me more excited for fall than the appearance of pumpkin spice lattes at my neighborhood coffeehouse. The first sip of the season makes me giddy for the many autumnal flavors, comforting aromas and cozy sweaters to come. Inspired by this beloved drink, I created mini pumpkin spice latte bundt cakes - incredibly moist cakes, reminiscent of pumpkin bread but with a delicate coffee kick, and drizzled with a light...

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