From Faith: There’s always room for chocolate, even at the end of a hefty Thanksgiving meal, and this mousse pie is both airy and heavenly enough to bring your pals to their knees. A chocolatey mousse filling is scooped into a dark chocolate wafer cookie crust and it’s all topped with homemade whipped cream and chocolate […]
We love these because they’re super limey and that plays well against the almond-gingersnap crust, studded with coconut. If you’re tired of pies for Thanksgiving, try these, or make them for any old reason.
Yes, the former chef to the President of France has created this crazy-easy way to make a sweet apple tart using supermarket pizza dough! And it tastes like you spent hours creating this rustic-looking wonder. While there are truly terrific recipes in Jacques newest cookbook, Jacques Pépin’s Heart & Soul in the Kitchen, we fell […]
Yet again I’ve resurrected a recipe from Food & Wine Magazine dating back to 2009. My copy of the recipe on paper is greasy, food-stained, and barely readable because it’s a go-to for me – The Fearful Baker. I love this for its simplicity, ease, and divine taste. How could it not be good; it […]
From Faith: It all started because Chris Prosperi said he wanted to use his George Forman grill to toast very thick slabs of bread, which could then become fast pizzas. That made Alex Province say he wanted to eat leftover refrigerator biscuits slathered with peanut butter and Nutella. I liked both these ideas, and then it […]