Sunday, April 17, 2011

Milk Jam

Upon my return to Phnom Penh, Clarisse, my French-American flatmate, and I did a grocery run at the shiny, new, expat-priced Bayon Market. We picked our way through the aisles, picking up too many things, including a huge block of cheese (industrial size, the likes of which you would find at grocery warehouses in the United States, key ingredient for my cauliflower gratin) and another industrial block of dark chocolate. More importantly, she introduced me to Bonne Maman's confiture de lait ("milk jam"), and it's sooo wrong to feed myself this in the morning that it's right. It rivals those Dutch sprinkle-on-bread treats that have enamoured (and eluded) me for too long.


  1. oh, that looks amazing! is it like dulce de leche? must. track. down!

  2. what?! this looks delicious. i also wondered if it was like dulce de leche.

  3. Can you believe I've neer had dulce de leche? This is delicious, like a light caramel ... I'm hooked on these Bonne Maman things.


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