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My desserts have a tendency toward heaviness. I think that’s why I enjoy mousse so much. If there’s anything in which heaviness is an unacceptable attribute, it’s a mousse. And as much as I enjoy chocolate mousse, I liked the … Continue reading
Can you believe we’ve never made an apple pie before this weekend? Sarah found this recipe. I think it’s a keeper. I like the blend of elements from a traditional apple pie and apple crisp.
And how does Torte figure in here? Sarah’s been experimenting with crusty baked goods lately, ever since she got back from Poland with some equipment. We’ve shied away from pies, quiches and tarts our since having moved to Germany because … Continue reading
Welcome to the lab! We reverse-engineered this cake from one that we bought in a bakery when a couple of friends were coming over for dinner. Any leftover syrup would probably be wonderful on vanilla or dark chocolate ice cream. … Continue reading
I started with this recipe but quickly made it my own thing. Baker’s Joy (or just butter), for greasing the pan graham cracker crumbs, for the bottoms of the cupcake pans 2 eggs, separated 3/8 cup sugar 200g cream cheese, … Continue reading
Got inspired to try this one after Carolyn and Max sent over some links to the Food Network’s “Good Eats” show on YouTube. I’d read others’ raves about Alton Brown and the show, and I guess it’s a good thing … Continue reading
This one gets the record for shortest duration from the point of recognizing the need to delivering a finished product — mostly because we had all the ingredients at home at the ready. We’d had a big jar of peaches … Continue reading
I was tasked with finding a dessert for the grill party this past weekend. I thought we might have something that would work in the recipes already posted, but it has been witheringly hot for the past several days and … Continue reading
I don’t think these should really even be considered cupcakes – they’re just astonishingly rich. Which is awesome. But I think they probably work better as individually-sized flourless chocolate cakes. I imagine they would rock with some raspberry sauce drizzled … Continue reading