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Pichet Ong Thinks You Should Visit These 10 Paris Bakeries And Patisseries

A city with some serious pastry talent
Dec 17, 2014 9:00 am

New York pastry chef Pichet Ong grew up in Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore, and has toured the world extensively in search of the best things to eat (many of them on the sweeter side of the flavor spectrum). Often he finds himself in Paris, where he’ll spend days combing the city for the latest and greatest in the world of baking and pastry. When there, here are 10 of his favorite new wave places.

Thanksgiving Practice Round: Pies And Desserts

Practice these great Thanksgiving desserts now
Nov 21, 2014 11:00 am

Ready to make pumpkin pie hopping mad? Here are a few of our favorite alternative dessert recipes for Practice Thanksgiving. It's the same as regular Thanksgiving, but with way fewer people to share with — and almost none of the kvetching. Believe us, between these 13 seasonal fall dessert recipes there's something for every sweet tooth. 

Fall Fare: Salted Apple Bread Recipe

Too many apples? Make too much sweet-salty bread!
Oct 27, 2014 11:00 am
Photo: Winona Barton-Ballentine

If you're never been to the Ovenly bakery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, put it on your culinary bucket list and prepare for pastry nirvana. The award-winning duo of Erin Patinkin and Agatha Kulaga are unbeatable at the baking game, so we picked up a copy of their brand-new cookbook, very simply titled Ovenly. Make this sweet and slightly salty apple bread while the apples pickings are good!

Pecan And Pear Upside-Down Cake Recipe

Bake your way through the fall with seasonal pears
Sep 19, 2014 11:00 am

When the temperature starts to drop, reach for award-winning British food writer and cookbook author Diana Henry's new guide to cold weather comfort food. From rib-sticking braises to the best fall fruit desserts, Roast Figs Sugar Snow is the key to staying warm this fall and winter. If you're looking for a go-to dessert recipe for chilly months, Henry's pecan and pear upside-down cake is simple, delicious and perfectly seasonal.

Chocolate Cake With Green Tea Recipe

Pair with a cup of matcha for a perfect dessert
Sep 5, 2014 11:00 am

You can't survive on one great chocolate recipe, you need 90! Thankfully, pastry chef and cookbook author Elisabeth Johansson has you covered. While there's no shortage of brownie and fudge recipes, the real treats are the ones you haven't made before. Go ahead, tell us you've made a green tea-spiked chocolate cake so rich and delicious it barely lasted an hour. Or maybe tell us that after it happens.

DJ Steve Aoki: To Cake Or Not To Cake

Party music's new trend is fluffy, frosted, awesome
Aug 11, 2014 3:00 pm

VICE's recent profile of EDM legend Steve Aoki revealed a penchant for baked goods, cakes in particular. Not eating them — launching them into a crowd of frenzied dancing fans in the name of a good party. Not that he needs a reason...but why does he do it and who else from the dance world is on the cake train? 

Blueberry Beer Cake Recipe

Fresh berries belong in summer beer and dessert
Aug 8, 2014 11:00 am

Chef couple Brooke and Luther Fedora's new food and beer book isn't for the guy who splashes some lager into his chili and calls it a day. Incorporating different styles of beer into inventive food from around the world is an art. Learn how to cook with your favorite brews and learn a thing or two about pairing in the process. First up, a sweet, seasonal bluebeery blueberry cake with a hoppy twist.

14 Summer Desserts Starring All That Awesome Seasonal Fruit

Popsicles, sorbets, cakes, pies, cobblers and more!
Jun 25, 2014 1:00 pm

Look at all that fruit! The farmers market is officially a bonanza of natural goodness, but while there's nothing quite like biting into a perfectly ripe strawberry...well, we invented pies, cakes and pudding for a reason. Check out our favorite dessert recipe for stone fruits, melons and berries — some especially for the freezer when the temperature spikes.

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