What makes this raspberry-cinnamon streusel tart special is utterly fresh raspberries and Sri Lankan cinnamon. Seek out the best raspberries you can find.
A mix of wild mushrooms topped with an herbed cheese filled with parsley, thyme, chives, and garlic makes for a great tapas or starter.
These pearl-like couscous are cooked in chicken stock for extra flavor and tossed with peas, mint, parsley, and lemon zest. A simple, easy sider dish.
This dessert has just about everything you could want in caramel mousse recipe–a rich, deep, lasting caramel flavor and a velvety, creamy texture.
A deep, dark-as-night, fudgy-as-heck, bittersweet cake that’s a deserving dessert for any dinner party. Chocoholics, you’re welcome.
Galas. Walnuts. Parmesan. And mixed baby greens. Sorta seems like a recipe for autumnal perfection, yes?
Need a new tomato fix? Here it is. Dead-ripe tomatoes, herbs, Cheddar cheese, and mayo in a flaky pastry crust. You’re welcome.
Forget the pan when you make this tart. The edges of the tart crust are folded around sweet caramelized onions, smoky bacon, and rich goat cheese.
Villas’ pecan pie is unlike most others as it’s not as sweet as most. But it does have the requisite fresh pecans, mellow rich filling, and tender flaky crust.
Sweet-tart lemon infuses this soft pudding cake. On top is a sweet vanilla whipped cream and a tumble of fresh in-season berries. A great summer dessert.
Finger food at its best: tender shrimp dipped in garlic butter. Cooking the shrimp in their shells intensifies the flavor and keeps them moist.
For this tart, a shortbread cookie crust cradles a sweet sour-cream custard and peach slices. A trip to the oven makes everything irresistibly golden.
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