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! 

Cool Off: Melty Ice Cream Sandwich Porn

Inspiring frozen dessert shots for a hot summer day
Jun 21, 2013 2:01 pm

Happy official summer, everyone! For your viewing pleasure, Food Republic brings you a few prime examples of fighting heat with ice cream. Side effects may include happiness and disappearing cookies. You have your Friday assignment: go find an ice cream sandwich. Not the boring kind in the paper wrapper. Eat it outside. 

Falling For The Bizarro Desserts Of Malaysia

After the laksa, things really start to get weird
Mar 25, 2013 9:02 am

"I'd grown comfortable demurring at desserts I found too weird, concluding that what a person prefers as a meal-ender is largely cultural. However, when I found myself in Penang, Malaysia recently, I didn't realize it but I was about to have these notions challenged." More, right this way...

Bourbon Whipped Cream Recipe

Boozy whipped cream to quell your winter blues
Jan 27, 2013 3:01 pm
photo: stevendepolo on Flickr

With temperatures dropping to the lower twenties across the Northeast, bourbon whipped cream seems to make perfect sense: it's comfortingly creamy and the bourbon will keep you warm. If you have too much enough, you might even forget how cold it is outside! It's easy to whip up, and makes for the perfect topping for anything from banana pudding to poached pears.

Clementine Meringue Cake With Rosemary Recipe

A meringue-lightened winter citrus cake
Jan 24, 2013 6:31 pm

The scent of clementine with rosemary reminds the Meringue authors of Tuscany, but that’s not where this meringue-lightened cake was inspired. Sometimes the best desserts come from a really great cocktail. 

Deep-Fried Coke Recipe

Nuggets of fried Coke batter for dessert!
Jan 10, 2013 5:01 pm

The nice folks from Portlandia pickle it, and the nice folks from Food Republic deep-fry it. Realistically there's nothing we won't batter and fry, so when we heard that the mythical deep-fried Coke recipe had been published by cookbook author/photographer team Denise Gee and Robert Peacock, we jumped right on it. Ready to pop until you can't stop? 


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