All you need are popsicle molds or ice cube trays for this winning recipe, inspired by our pals at the Food Network magazine. But I’ve added a little something because I adore the Italian liquer, Campari, widely available here, paired with grapefruit juice; I order that combination before dinner all summer long. — FM Photo: […]
This airy lemon confection, a cross between a pudding and a mousse, is a classic British dessert (in this case, translated by an Irish chef, James O’Shea at West Street Grill, Litchfield, Conn.).
From Faith: Our pal Linda Giuca, who writes a food column with Chris Prosperi in the Hartford Courant, came waltzing into our studio with a freshly made key lime pie. One glance told us this was going to be something; one bite and we knew she had a winner — tart yet creamy, a beautiful play […]
We loved this recipe from Party Popcorn. The salty, sweet combination is what makes this one a favorite. Plus, there’s that satisfying crunch of the potato chips. Definitely get the chips with the ridges as Ashton Epps Swank suggests. The thickness is key.
These aren’t Italian, as Nancy Harmon Jenkins freely admits, yet she couldn’t resist the challenge of substituting olive oil for butter; she’s deservedly proud of the result. Jenkins is author of Virgin Territory, a history of olive oil in the Mediterranean and recipes featuring olive oil.