Bread or pastry? Brioche is something of a chameleon. Rich enough to play nicely with fruit and chocolate, yet tough enough to stand up to burgers, brioche works in myriad applications, from breakfast all the way through to dinner and even dessert.
If you’ve planted zucchini, you know it produces a steady stream of the versatile green vegetables. And, given the quantity you may have already consumed this summer, you might be a little burnt out. If you are, you’ll be happy to know August 8th has been officially declared “Sneak Zucchini on your Neighbor’s Porch” day.
This post is from Anthony, Owner and Executive Chef of El Palacio & Desert Rose Catering and is part of our guest blogger series.
A beautiful and silky New York Style cheesecake with fresh strawberries is one of my guilty pleasures. In my humble opinion I didn't think there was a better dessert after a summer dinner. That is until I created my tasty Mini Frozen Strawberry Cheesecakes. Making a regular cheesecake is fun but very time consuming and delicate. I enjoy making a traditional cheesecake but unfortunately I can never find the time. It took me many sleepless nights to eventually find the solution to my cheesecake craving dilemma."
Christin from Spicy Southern Kitchen shares a popular recipe from her blog.
Pineapple Sheet Cake flavored and moistened with crushed pineapple and topped with a sweet icing laced with shredded coconut, and sprinkled with pecans is a wonderful dessert to make to feed a crowd."
This post is from Anthony, Owner and Executive Chef of El Palacio & Desert Rose Catering, and is part of our guest blogger series.
I sought to rekindle the wonderment of youth when I set out to create a fun summer dessert. I decided when I set down this road that this dessert creation had to have one key element: a churro."
How do you like your pound cake? Many bakers have a preference, but back when pound cake was developed in the 18th century, there was only one way to make it: Mix 1 pound of butter, 1 pound of sugar, 1 pound of eggs, and 1 pound of flour and bake. Hence the name “pound cake,” though really, it should have been called “four-pound cake!”