Sometimes called a volcano cake, this much ballyhooed molten dessert is, quite literally, bursting–or rather, oozing–with chocolate.
Dead ripe tomatoes, fragrant basil leaves, sherry vinegar, a fruity extra-virgin olive oil, and an ability to layer. That’s all you need to make this.
Tahini is the base for this Mediterranean dip made of leafy greens. Paula Wolfert chooses her greens by season and availability.
Classic Jewish potato pancakes get turned topsy turvy with zucchini, scallions, garlic and freshly grated Parmesan cheese.
This chiffon cake with lemon icing, whose secret is vegetable oil, has been a favorite since it was created for the Brown Derby Restaurant in the ’20s.
This ice cream is bursting with pieces of fresh peanuts and specks of vanilla bean, just the way it’s served in Taiwan, China.
Simple to make, healthy, and aways a crowd pleaser, these Tuscan beans are packed with flavor from Pecorino Romano cheese, rosemary, thyme, and sage.
A rich, sweet, Mexican Day of the Dead tradition. (Why yes, some cultures celebrate their dead, rather, their dearly departed with bread.)
For this dacquoise cake, crunchy-chewy discs of hazelnut-almond meringue are sandwiched between layers of coffee butter cream frosting. An elegant cake.
The fresh flavors of lemon and blueberry are at their best here in Flo Braker’s easily assembled, elegant tart.
This classic sweet pastry is also know as pate sucree. The addition of egg and sugar makes the pastry richer and sweeter than an ordinary piecrust.
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