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This classic pudding dessert is a perfect finish to any barbecue meal.
This creamy, sweet dessert is a favorite Vietnamese street snack.
Packed with red, sour cherries, this classic dessert sauce is typically flambéed tableside both for presentation and to ensure the sauce is piping hot when poured over vanilla ice cream.
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This dessert can be made with either fresh or frozen huckleberries or blueberries.
It's now famed as a luxurious dessert, but when this Big Easy favorite made its debut in 1951, it was for a breakfast promotion.
In this classic Swiss dessert, gelatin is used in a creamy custard that's set between two layers of tart raspberry and strawberry cream. It's best to make this dish one day ahead and let it set in the refrigerator overnight.
Simple and refreshing, this rhubarb granita recipe is creamier than most and adds strawberries for color and sweetness.
A cousin of the cobbler, this dessert is served at the Four Swallows restaurant on Bainbridge Island, Washington.
This citrus-spiked sheet cake is a Texas potluck favorite.
This sweet, cooling dessert is popular in the Sicilian capital, Palermo.
This scrumptious dessert showcases the freshest of berries.
This classic dessert is moistened with the sweetened, wine-spiked cream known as syllabub.
This elegant dessert uses strawberry slices to create an edible "rose" on ones plate.
This dessert is a symphony of sweet and tart.
Gladys Potter, Rick Bayless's grandmother, was acclaimed in the family for this dessert.
A delicious dessert using the freshest raspberries of summer.
This dessert is the perfect mix of elegance and simplicity: a flaky pastry filled with a sweet custard, topped with the ripest berries.
This is the ultimate summer dessert, best made with the first crop of gooseberries.
These simple gelled fruit desserts—based on a recipe in chef Marco Pierre White's The Mirabelle Cookbook (Random House, 1999)—are an elegant way to serve summer berries.
This simple but delicious dessert of fruit, sugar, butter, and bread crumbs has been enjoyed since Colonial times.