Pear and Camembert Sandwich

It snowed this morning and rained in the evening. The rain made my nose feel like it was being chopped off. I wanted something to warm me up. My math professor gave us snacks that included baguette so I decided to make a melted cheese sandwich.




  • Enough Baguette for one Sandwich (sliced lengthwise)
  • Salted Butter (1 T + More)
  • Enough slices of Camembert to cover the surface area of your bread
  • ½ D’Anjou Pear (Peeled and Cubed)
  • ½ t Chopped Rosemary (I used dry)
  • 1 t Lemon Juice
  • Salt and Pepper


  1. Preheat the oven to 425°F/218°C.
  2. Cover half the baguette with butter and cover the other half with Camembert slices.
  3. Put it in the oven for 6 minutes until melty.
  4. In a pan on the stove, melt the tablespoon of butter.
  5. Through the rosemary and pear into the pan and cook until soft. Add the lemon juice, and season with salt and pepper.
  6. Take the sandwich out of the oven and open it. Pour the pear mixture on top and close again.
  7. Enjoy!



Bee and Puppycat Food

I am a HUUUGE fan of Bee and Puppycat! So much so that I themed the birthday where I became an adult after it.


Instead of a cake, I made Puppycat Sufganiyot based off of the donut from the cover art of the first episode. I made the actual sufganiyot by taking My Name is Yeh’s dough and filling it with A Brown Table’s blueberry chocolate jam to achieve that midnight sky look. I decorated it with strawberries, chocolate, a leaf and sour cream frosting.


For my main dish I served the “perfect sandwich” from the comic books using this bread, herby goat cheese, lox, spinach, hardboiled eggs (I didn’t fry them because I wanted to serve finger sandwiches), and avocado.

The teas shown in the right picture came from Emma Mctea’s Bee and Puppycat blends, all of which are excellent.

Unrelated to my birthday party, I also decided to use the lamb curry from Japanese Soul Cooking to recreate the above screen capture.