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This southern French tart takes its name from pissala, a pungent anchovy paste that gives the flatbread its distinctive flavor. Serve this savory bread as an appetizer or snack with chilled rosé.
This simple preparation of red snapper, inspired by the restaurant Le Brulot in Antibes, calls for cooking the fish in a parchment packet with white wine, lemon, and fresh herbs, trapping the fish's delicious juices and keeping it moist.
These moist small cakes are suffused with nutty brown butter and bright orange zest.
Fresh bananas layered with sweetened condensed milk and cream cheese comprise this sumptuous Brazilian dessert.
The classic combination of peach and raspberry won Minnesotan Jean Peno a blue ribbon for her scrumptious pie.
A signature dish at the Hamline United Methodist Church's dining hall at the Minnesota State Fair, this rendition of meat loaf uses ground ham spiked with curry powder, ginger, and cloves, glazed with a sweet, vinegar-based sauce.
Invest in an inexpensive handheld blowtorch to melt the sugar for the crust on these baked custards; it's an easier and more reliable method than broiling.
Customarily served during the warmer season, but eaten year round in Sweden, these earthy, thin crackers are delicious topped with smoked or pickled fish, or sliced cheese.
The star of this almond–studded tart is the flour from Corsica's prized crop, chestnuts.
Tart and tangy with apple cider and dried cranberries, this flavorful, naturally leavened white bread can also be made without those ingredients; simply substitute the same amount of water for the apple cider and omit the cranberries.
A specialty in Iowa, this pie is made with fresh rhubarb when in season, although frozen will do when not in season. A large dollop of soft-serve ice cream finishes off this sweet-tart pie.
Dark and deeply flavored from a rye sourdough starter that's made 10 days in advance, this earthy loaf is easily customizable depending on what seeds and grains you have on hand and want to add to the dough.
Made 10 days in advance with a hearty whole spelt flour starter, this loaf has rich caramel undertones and a pleasant sourness. Top slices of this bread with creamy, funky cheeses and cured or smoked meats and fish.
Typically made with brocciu, a fresh goat's or ewe's milk cheese, this rustic cake works just as well with ricotta.
Fresh pasta, whether homemade or bought, is ideal for these hearty cannelloni, baked in zesty tomato sauce.
This coconut cheesecake with a thick whipped cream topping looks typical enough, but it's perfumed with musky, flowery aromas and flavored with notes of caramel and smoke.
Filled with a moist, sweet poppy seed paste, this rustic yeast-dough roulade is a comfort food eaten throughout Eastern and Central Europe.
The floral character of poppy seeds shines when paired with blueberries in this rich dessert.
Our recipe for this towering dessert, featuring eight layers of buttery yellow cake with chocolate-fudge icing, was inspired by a decadent version served at Becca's Smith Island Cakes in Tasley, Virgina.
This simple sour cream cake is brightened by lemon zest and dotted with ripe apricot halves that cook down to intense tangy sweetness in the oven.