Fudgy brownies with a chai spiced sweet potato pie swirl and crushed up pie crust on top.
Super flavorful and spicy Cincinnati chili inside big ravioli, tossed in a buttery mustard sauce and topped with lots of cheese and onion.
Beef burgers with a cookie bun, topped with bacon and a simple bechamel.
Slow braised short ribs cooked in a spicy and sour broth, served with a chocolate polenta.
Basil and chile peppers make a perfect red and green in these festive ricotta brownies.
I saw the idea for the churron, a cross between a churro and macaron, on a recent episode of Broad City.
Inspired by Townsman restaurant in Boston, these chicharrones are tossed in peanut butter, chocolate, and powdered sugar.
The Hazelnut Almond Dacquoise from Flour Bakery made at home! It\’s an elegant and indulgent dessert for your holiday table.
Popcorn and Rice Krispies give this fudge a great crunchy texture and a nice buttery salty flavor.
I set out this past week to make a few beer infused desserts to convince people to consider beer as an ingredient in and pairing with desserts!
Both of my parents turn 60 this year, so my sisters and I planned a big surprise party for them. The party was this past weekend and it went better than I could have imagined! They were totally surprised and everyone seemed to have a great time. I made lots of tasty food, but the real showstopper was this crazy s’mores cake. Not only was it big and multi tiered, but I got to light it on fire at the party!
At a recent grilling party with some friends, someone had taken the liberty to break into the s’mores a little prematurely. Watching the marshmallow perfectly brown I happened to be standing in just the right spot that the marshmallow was directly in front of a burger on the grill in my eyeline. I laughed to myself thinking that the gooey browned marshmallow looked like cheese on the burger. I then stopped laughing and took out my phone for a quick note-to-self. MAKE S’MORES BURGERS IMMEDIATELY it read. And why not? Marshmallow, chocolate, and graham are one of the best flavor combinations in the world, and it’s no secret that chocolate and burnt sugar go great with a bit of salt. I showed up at my friends place this weekend with the ingredients and about 5 options for how we might do this. We narrowed it down to the 2 best ideas and got to work!