It's A Poached Pear Sorbet Recipe

Whip juicy poached pears into icy cool sorbet
Mar 10, 2015 3:00 pm
poached pear sorbet recipe

No ice cream maker? No problem, with chef/baker Leslie Bilderbacks new cookbook, No-Churn Ice Cream. Freeze and scoop your own ice cream, sorbet and gelato with nothing but a freezer and a scoop. It can be done, and pears are still in season, so poach away!

Peach Cobbler With Cardamom Whipped Cream Recipe

Sweet peaches & spicy cardamom for a summer dessert
Jun 20, 2014 11:00 am
peach cobbler recipe

Sweet peaches and fragrant cardamom pair especially well in this classic Southern summer dessert. Use fresh summer peaches for best results, and if you're lucky enough to pick up a basket from your farmer’s market, now you know what to do with them. Top each serving with a generous amount of spiced whipped cream (and keep it close by as there will surely be requests for refills!)

20 Desserts To Eat Outside, Preferably After An Awesome Grill-Out

Cool and refreshing summer desserts aprés grill
May 23, 2014 3:30 pm

There are some desserts that are perfect after a long day of grilling with friends and family. They tend to be fruity, cold and refreshing. Nothing beats a booze-infused cocktail after a long day in the sun (especially if you're working the grill!). 

8 Things You Didn't Know About Nutella

The chocolate-hazelnut spread is getting huge
May 19, 2014 9:00 am

At this point, everyone has heard of Nutella, you know, that creamy brown spread made from chocolate and hazelnuts that came from Italy? While the name might ring a bell — crepes anyone? — there are a lot of things most people don't know about this interesting Italian foodstuff. With that, here are eight facts to snack on.

Raspberry Pavlova Recipe

Whipped cream & berries in a crispy meringue shell
Apr 25, 2014 3:40 pm
raspberry pavlova recipe

Pavlova, the meringue-based with a crisp crust and a pillowy inside, is named after Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. According the legend, the dessert was created in her honor while she was touring Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s. While both Australia and New Zealand claim ownership of the dessert, it was named after a Russian, and therefore deserves an honorary mention during the last day of Around The World In 5 Editors. 

Indian Entrepreneur Chooses Chocolate-Making Over Dentistry. We Support This.

New Delhi's artisan truffles are infused with spice
Apr 23, 2014 12:00 pm

Pragati Sawhney founded Chockriti in New Delhi after taking a chocolate-making class in 2011...after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Dentistry and a Master's in Public Health. After finishing her studies, Sawhney realized that her passion for chocolate was greater than the desire to become a dentist, and the resulting treats are incredible. Mango chaat truffles and more after the jump.

Classic Tarte Tatin Recipe

Make a French upside-down apple tart for dessert
Dec 5, 2013 5:15 pm
Photo: sogni_hal on Flickr

Classic tarte tatin — or upside-down apple tart — may look like an intimidating baking project, but our foolproof recipe breaks the steps down so any home cook can make a special dessert to end a great meal. Take your time when making the caramel and browning the apples, keep in mind that well-browned food develops richer flavors! 


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