Infused with spice, suffused with booze, and wrapped oh so neatly, this last course makes quite the lovely gift for guests to unwrap.
We'd be happy to tuck into these layers of messy goodness any time, any place. Thanksgiving or July 4th, makes no difference.
An unconventional approach to apple pie that happily involves booze and lotsa butter. Even more memorable as the classic.
Pear Almond Tart4/16
French. Foolproof. Froufrou. Fuss-free. Fenomenal. (Work with us.) Rarely does elegance come together with such ease (and alliteration) as this tart recipe.
An autumnal take on classic summer pudding that melds booze and berries and apples and plums to really quite lovely effect.
Though not quite as sweet as everyone’s beloved carrot cake, this unpretentious parsnip version never fails to wow.
This life-changer of a recipe isn't your mom's banana bread. It's better. And we've got no qualms saying that.
All the flavor of traditional pain d'épices, none of the gluten. This super simple cake certainly has some je ne sais quoi.
If you took a look at this stunning tart and thought, “I can’t possibly do that!” think again. We suspect you can.
This lovely melding of cheese course and last course becomes even lovelier with a generous pour of port.
Maple Buttermilk Pie11/16
"Silky." "Creamy." "Tangy." "Sweet." That's what folks are saying about this pie that tastes like poor man's cheesecake.
Root Beer Cake12/16
This fetching cake contains sugar and spice and everything nice, yes, but it also has its share of sass. As in, sassafras.
Caramel Pear Tarts13/16
Nothing says sassy like swapping pears for apples in the classic French tarte tatin. What can we say? We like to live on the edge.
A tarte Tatin is nothing more than a tart turned upside down, nothing less than pastry perfection. Its name is French for “caramely apple goodness atop a buttery crust."
"Much more sophisticated than the turnovers from my childhood." "Very subtly sweet." That's what folks are saying.