A spin on her mother’s classic meringues, Leah Koenig’s version dips them in melted chocolate and finely chopped almonds for a treat that satisfies after the seder meal, or anytime.
Leah Koenig’s recipe for blintzes includes fragrant orange zest in the sweet cheese filling, making it a standout.
Most citrusy pound cakes use just the zest and juice to flavor their crumb, but this citrus lover’s cake is particularly flavorful because it utilizes grapefruit and Meyer lemon zest, juice, and flesh. The bits of whole fruit in this beautiful bundt cake are folded into the cake and turn into little jammy pockets that, when baked, are just tart enough balance out the thick coating of sweet, zesty glaze.
Old-fashioned donuts are humble and unassuming, craggy and cracked. But the addition of a blanket of pink blood orange glaze turns these old-fashioneds into beauty queens. If you’ve never made fried donuts before, this style is a great place to start because the dough comes together a lot like cookie dough. The dough can also be prepared the day before frying if you want to surprise your friends with donuts for breakfast next time you host brunch at your place.
These festive cookies are inspired by the Linzer torte, a famous lattice-topped Austrian pastry made with a rich, buttery nut crust and jam filling. The secret to this cookie’s deep, earthy flavor begins with toasting the hazelnuts. This step intensifies the nuts’ flavor and is an essential characteristic of a Linzer-inspired cookie. Along with the […]