I suppose this dish reflects my personality—after living in the United States for so many years, I’ve truly become an Irish Yank! This version of mac and cheese blends my two homes, with Irish dairy in a classic American dish.
Yes, you could enjoy these cookies on their own with a cup of tea or a glass of red wine. And you could make this creamy, decadent sorbet on its own for a summer gathering or even a winter dinner party. But, at least once, try these two as we designed them: as sandwich cookies, […]
Late one night after a theater performance in New York City, we went to an Italian bakery for dessert and coffee. The woman behind the counter was definitely bleary-eyed. We asked for a couple of cannoli, as well as a slice of vanilla cake with a warm cherry sauce ladled on top. She poured the […]
Think of this as breakfast morphed into dessert: maple syrup, bacon, waffles—if they were served with vanilla malt! This is a stellar pairing of flavors, nothing held back. Don’t even think of using a fine-grade maple syrup like light or even medium amber. Go for the robust, dark stuff to stand up to the excesses. […]
For fun, casual gatherings that involve a bit of guest participation, try a pizza-making party. Make the dough in advance (or use the store-bought variety), set out an array of toppings, preheat the grill, and let your guests take care of themselves. Excerpted from The Total Grilling Manual: 264 Essentials for Cooking with Fire. Edited […]
Call it the reverse cobbler. Instead of fruit on the bottom and biscuit dough on the top, David Joachim, author of Global Kitchen, turns it upside down and uses a dough that’s close to a pancake batter. The dough goes in the bottom of the pan and the fruit is strewn across the top. Hands-on […]