Desserts, those sweet indulgences we hate to love!
Crème Brulee, Chocolate Cake, Tiramisu, Flan, Brownies, Gelato, the list goes on and on.
Maybe you’ll find a new favorite here!
These 9 irresistible holiday cookies, some of my favorites from all across Europe, are sure to bring up memories of Christmas markets, or perhaps your grandmother’s kitchen.
This recipe was handed down in our family from my Great Aunt Maxine. It may have actually come from her mother, my great-grandma Chapin; that is where most of the family’s recipes drifted down from. But when Grandma wrote it down for me, she attributed this recipe to her sister Maxine.
When you have a lot of lemons, decadent lemon desserts are a fantastic way to use your fruit. With these three (3) go-to lemon dessert recipes to reach for whenever you find yourself with fruit in abundance, your friends and family won’t groan when they see your harvest.
This strange concoction, Lemon Curd, got its name back in the 1800s in Jolly Ol’ England. Back then, it actually was a “curd!” Originally, lemon curd was made by adding lemon to cream which created acidification.