These single-serve chocolate wine cakes topped with balsamic glazed figs are the answer to your special dessert for two. Perfect for a birthday, Valentine’s Day, or any time you don’t want to make an entire cake!
Happy Monday, friends! Today I’m excited to be teaming up with my friends over at Don Victor Honey to bring you one of my all-time favorite recipes: Brown Butter and Honey Pistachio Cookies Bars! I mean, brown butter + HONEY + crunchy salty pistachios all wrapped up in one soft and chewy and absolutely delicious cookie …
Turin has been the chocolate heart of Europe since the 17th century, where the first hot chocolate, chocolate houses and chocolate spread were invented.
The shortage of cocoa due to the Napoleonic war pushed the Piedmontese chocolate makers to be creative and experiment with new textures and flavors. By simply adding the local hazelnut meal to their chocolates, gianduiotto (named after the Commedia dell’Arte character symbol of Turin: Gianduia), the traditional Turin chocolate, was born. [...]
Alongside photos of delicate cakes layered with fresh, budding flowers, the Instagram of Nathan Shahani’s bespoke cake company, Piece, is filled with countless images of classic, romantic paintings by masters like Albert Joseph Moore and Jean-Honoré...
Now you're probably inspired to get into your kitchen and get making one of these gorgeous recipes, but before you dig in, be sure to capture it on camera! Post it to Instagram and use #EatForThePlanet so we can see your beautiful creation.
Curating ideas for dessert buffets for weddings, home and corporate parties in addition to favors. Love to give and make favors at any event, from small intimate home parties to top weddings. #candy buffet, #wedding, #dessert buffet | See more about Candy Buffet, Food Stations and Wedding Events.
From a train journey through woods of Oregon, Kate Young writes about the marzipan she’s made to get into the December mood – inspired by Jessie Burton’s historical novel, she trialled 17th-century recipes until she got it right By Kate Young for...
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