Print Recipe Montelongo’s Capirotada Capirotada, formally known as “Capirotada de vigilia”, is a traditional Mexican food similar to a bread pudding that is usually eaten during the Lenten period. It is one of the dishes served on Good Friday. There are various preparations of the dish. Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course […]
Print Recipe King’s BierHaus’ Austrian Potato Salad Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Salads, Sides Servings servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 5 pounds red potatoes1 cup white vinegar1 cup olive oil¼ cup granulated sugar1 Tablespoon Dusseldorf mustard1 Tablespoon Black Pepper2 cups waterkosher salt1 cup diced yellow onion1 cup chopped cooked bacon¼ cup chopped […]
This coffee cake is for the person who likes to eat the crumbly streusel right off the top. This version is scented with freshly grated orange zest and a touch of almond extract.
This rich-and-creamy fudge sauce is inspired by one of my favorite recipes from The Bojon Gourmet. The tahini adds a nutty, savoriness to the sauce that cuts through the sweetness of the ice cream.
When making homemade caramel sauce, there are two important rules: First, have patience. It will take a while for the sugar to caramelize and achieve the deep amber color you’re looking for, but keep an eye on the pot. It can go from your desired color to burnt very quickly.
We’ve all heard of pies, crisps and cobblers, but have you ever tried a pandowdy? This incredibly easy dessert has all of the elements of a fruit pie – juicy filling, golden-brown pastry crust – but it requires a fraction of the effort.
This sage simple syrup could not be easier. It has a lovely woodsy, botanical taste from the sage, but is not too thick and syrupy. Use it to make cocktails for a crowd, or save any extras for a homemade batch of sage lemonade.
This recipe is elegant, easy and so perfect for fall entertaining. Peeled pears are poached in a
complex bath of red wine, spices and aromatics until the fruit is tender and has absorbed all of
the flavor to its core.
This recipe is perfect for those early back-to-school days when you’re back to the hustle and bustle of fall, but it’s still hot and you don’t want to heat up your kitchen. Pork shoulder is tossed in a mix of rich spices and then cooked gently in a slow-cooker, which means no oven or stove-top required. By using cola as the braising liquid, the soda both tenderizes the meat and flavors it with its natural sugars. […]
When baking something with nuts in it, you want to toast the nuts before adding to the batter. All of the other ingredients insulate the nuts in the oven, so they don’t develop that crispy, toasty exterior. Trust us – it makes a difference. […]
This decadent side dish from Steak 48 in Houston is a clever mash-up of silky crème brûlée and a classic corn pudding. If you can, make this dish in the fall when fresh corn is still in season – we promise you’ll taste the difference.
Preserve peak season strawberries by making this aromatic, crimson syrup. The basil adds a lovely herbal note and the slight bitterness of the peppercorns cuts through the sweetness of the syrup.
Print Recipe Strawberry-Almond Cornmeal Cake “Equal parts fruit crumble and coffee cake, this not-too-sweet dessert starts out bright pink but bakes to a toasty golden brown.” Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Desserts Occasion Casual, Summer Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Strawberry Crumble ½ cup raw skin-on almonds2 ounces freeze-dried strawberriescup ¾all-purpose flour½ […]
“Tall and light-as-air, this three-layer chiffon cake is a strawberry lover’s delight. There are three pounds of berries sandwiched between its layers, mixed into the ethereal whipped frosting, and in a sugar-dusted pile on top.”
“You’re looking at the quintessential June dessert, perfected by the BA Test Kitchen. This is part of BA’s Best, a collection of our essential recipes.”