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SAVEUR's top cake recipes and dessert recipes, as chosen by our readers
Smoky, vibrant and über-expensive, saffron is the wild card chefs keep in the back of the pantry, hidden from everyday view and sought out for only the most special of occasions. Continue...
Cheddar and black pepper mixed into a flaky crust brings out all the nuanced flavors of heirloom apples, but the pastry doesn't overwhelm the sweetness of this pie.
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We recently had an abundance of Avignonesi Vin Santo lying around our office, as we featured it in our October 2009 issue. While I sat surrounded by bottles of vin santo, I was reminded of one of my favorite cake recipes that puts this Italian dessert wine to good use. Continue...
Sweet, delicate fruit allow this delicate Chilean wine to be enjoyed both before and after a meal.""
Jacques Torres, the dean of pastry studies at The French Culinary Institute, is New York City's "Mr. Chocolate".
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For sipping with freshly baked cookies, cakes or pies, look for a dessert wine that offers more than just sugar.
Thanksgiving cookies - recipes with the best of fall's flavors.
Building a Black Forest Cake
Rhubarb's tart flavor is delicious in a variety of dishes. Here are 15 of our best rhubarb recipes, including airy rhubarb mousse, sweet rhubarb-strawberry jam, and classic rhubarb pie.
From a sophisticated, orange-infused olive oil cake to 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.
For our second batch of classes for SAVEUR Cooks, a hands-on cooking series exclusively at Sur La Table, we've developed two soul-satisfying menus to see you into spring: New Southern Comfort Food and Decadent Chocolate Desserts.
Thai Pie Barbara Hansen
by Barbara HansenFor more than a decade, drivers on the highway between the cities of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, in northern Thailand, have been making a delicious stop: the pie shop at Charin Garden Resort. There, road-weary travelers sit down to eat pie: sweet Chiang Rai pineapple pie and locally grown macadamia nut pie; pungent durian pie and honey-banana pie. There's a "pumpkin" pie made with kabocha squash, a toddy palm pie made with palm seeds, taro and mango cream pies, and the shop's most popular selection: coconut cream pie, made with the tender meat of just-picked fruit. If some of the 30 or so rotating flavors seem distinctly American—strawberry and old-fashioned apple, for instance—that's because they are. Keep reading »
With Christmas just around the corner, it seems that almost every night there's a party or dinner to attend — or host! For menu planning help and inspiration all in one place, check out SAVEUR's Ultimate Holiday Guide: we've put together festive holiday roadmaps, including a hearty German Christmas dinner and a traditional Italian feast of the seven fishes. Or you can build your own menu, picking and choosing among our suggestions of Christmas mains, sides, starters, desserts, and drinks. For the main course, try Mustard-Glazed Christmas Ham (or any other one of our 23 traditional roasts), rounded out with garlicky greens, spicy creamed onions, or braised red cabbage with bacon. Sweeten the season with decadent desserts like trifle, eggnog tart, or Christmas pudding. Raise a glass and toast to the season with our best hot drinks, sparkling cocktails, and more. Plus, find the perfect gift for the foodie in your life, or make your own candies and cookies to give to all your loved ones. See the Ultimate Holiday Guide »