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The Egg Yolk and the Recipe - A Month of Tables Series Day 11 - Limited Edition Print

The Egg Yolk and the Recipe - A Month of Tables Series Day 11 - Limited Edition Print

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Day 11 of the Month of Tables
creating a new still life everyday for the month of November 2022
The Egg Yolk and the Recipe
There are two very special things in this still life: the family favorite recipe I penned onto an old book page for this image and the egg dish. An basketweave ceramic piece with an egg for a handle, produced by Sarreguemines around 1920, it was one of the first pieces I found and bargained for by myself from a brocante in Paris and I can still see the street and feel the cold that day more than 12 years ago.
The recipe is for David Eyre's Pancake which my mother copied down from the New York Times Cooking in 1966. We made it over and over when I was young, often with apple slices sautéed with butter and cinnamon, it was the first thing I ever cooked for my husband, and I make it many a weekend now. We call is Puff Pancake too and it is very close to a dutch baby (the proportions might be different?). Simple and satisfying


Print Information

Fine art limited edition print on Hanemülhe Hemp* paper, printed in Montpellier, France. Each print is signed by the artist, numbered, stamped, and delivered with a certificate of authenticity.

Available as:

30 cm x 40 cm (approx. 9.4 in x 11.8) - edition of 15

40 cm x 50 cm (15.75 in x 19.6 in) - edition of 15

50 cm x 65 cm (approx. 23.6 in x 29.5 in) - edition of 5

Other sizes above 30 cm x 40 cm by request


Shipping Information

Please allow up to 3 weeks for printing, signing, packaging, and shipping of your fine art print.

Paper information

*Hemp is one of the oldest fibers on Earth and is an integral part of the history of textiles in France, making it the perfect choice for these prints. For centuries it was used in paper making for its extremely robust fibers and was used in the papers of the Gutenburg Bible and the U.S. Declaration of Independence. Its natural white color means that no optical brighteners are required in the paper's production. This 290 gsm paper is 60% hemp, 40% cotton, acid free, and of the highest archival quality

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