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Sweetly Scottish: A History of Shortbread Camas Davis
Few can resist the delicate charms of buttery, crumbly shortbread.
True Lime Neil S. Plakcy
A classic pie that’s both sweet and tart.
The Queen of Cake Christy Hobart
For Maida Heatter, baking is about good people and great desserts.
Blazin' Pancakes Mindy Fox
This is a dessert with both flair and flare.
A Simple Fool Shoshana Goldberg
The English have been mad about this fruity dessert for centuries.
Four Tips For Baking Better Cakes
The origins of crème brûlée are murky, but it was in New York City's Le Cirque in the early 1980s when the dessert started its current rise to popularity.
Get to know the 2012 Best Food Blog Award Finalists for Best Cooking Blog, Best Baking and Desserts Blog, and Best Group Blog.
Tons of delicious Thanksgiving recipes including turkey, desserts, side dishes, appetizers, how-to videos and entire menu suggestions from Saveur.com.
I tend to give thanks for dessert 365 days of the year. But on Thanksgiving, I reserve my thanks for a particular genre of sweets: pie. Only on the fourth Thursday of November is it plausible to have not one, but three, sensational pies grace the holiday table: pumpkin, pecan, and apple. Continue...
Is it a side dish, a dessert, or both? However you classify it, this harmonious combination of apples, butternut squash, maple syrup, and lots of butter is a celebration of the flavors of fall. Continue...
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Timothy Childs, founder and chief chocolate officer of TCHO Chocolate in San Francisco, recently stopped by the SAVEUR test kitchen to introduce us to his flavorful eating chocolates, made from beans sourced from various farms across the globe so that they’ll attain particular flavor profiles. Continue...
The most famous mention of a Lane cake—a frosted white or yellow cake layered with coconut, dried fruits, and nuts—is perhaps in Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, in which the narrator, Scout, describes eating one "so full of shinny it made me tight." "Shinny," in this case, refers to bourbon, which is used in the frosting of this traditional Southern dessert.
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Think outside the pie this year as you plan your Thanksgiving feast. Delight your guests with any one of these sweet and warmly spiced seasonal desserts, from pumpkin spice cake with mascarpone to a simple and elegant maple pot de crème.
Cool and creamy, icy and refreshing—there's no better way to cool off in the summer than a frozen dessert. Every culture seems to have its specialty: bright and fruity Mexican paletas, dense, luscious kulfi from India, the Thai-style coconut ice cream served on a hot dog bun that's known as pok pok.
Titillate your palette with a fruity sangria, tangy margarita, or spicy Mexican chocolate.
From a sophisticated, orange-infused olive oil cake to a scoop of creamy-cold gelato, the desserts of Italy are worth a second look. Sweet but not too sweet, they're the perfect end to an authentic Italian meal — but they're also perfect as a midday snack, paired with a strong cup of coffee or a nip of crisp white wine.
While the movie Julie and Julia cooks its way through the box office, it's only appropriate to pay homage to a woman who turned America away from the box of chocolate pudding mix and onto happier things, such as real chocolate (gasp!) and raw eggs (double gasp!) to make a decadent mousse au chocolat. Continue...