If dreams were make of cake it would be this stunning LEMON BUNDT CAKE. I love any dessert made with lemon – tarts, bars, loaves, cookies. This cake is at the very top of my list of favorite lemon … Continue reading
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This is the type of sour cream coffee cake you’ll make over and over again. You’ll love the way it’s heavenly cinnamon smell will fill your kitchen. It has a beautifully tender and fine crumb. It keeps very … Continue reading
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This is a dream of a cake to make. Just two bowls, one for the wet ingredients and one for the dry. If you don’t have a standing mixer you can make the out-of-this world cream cheese icing in your … Continue reading
My recipe for CHICKEN WITH MUSTARD AND RED PEPPER is a riff on a recipe by Patricia Wells. Her book, THE PARIS COOKBOOK. To read or cook from it is pure delight. I use French Dijon and coarse-grain French Dijon, … Continue reading
The most loved, most used of all my many baking cookbooks is tattered, torn, mended and scribbled. More than fifty years ago it came free with a bag of Robin Hood Flour. I adore anything baked with cherries. This … Continue reading
I like to make a splash with holiday hors d’oeuvres. Step out of the ordinary. Conjure up the unexpected. There is nothing more wonderful. Nothing more special than freshly baked homemade crackers. These are a snap to make. A double … Continue reading
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It is the attention to detail. The little extra that pushes something over the top that take it from very good to extraordinary. And when that extraordinary itself is truly magnificent you have pure gold. During our restaurant years every … Continue reading
Through the halcyon days of summer I plundered the garden for the fattest, juiciest, reddest of red tomatoes. The days shortened. Marine fog drifted across the fields poking destructive fingers into the garden. Time to harvest the tomatoes, ripe … Continue reading
This is one of those desserts masquerading as something it is not. It’s baked in a pie plate. It looks like a pie. But it is a delicious, easy peasy cake. The inspiration comes from Ina Garten of Barefoot Contessa … Continue reading