Authentic Italian Tiramisu made from rum-flavored mascarpone cheese, chocolate and ladyfingers flavored with espresso. Compliments of Damian’s Cucina Italiana in Houston.
Pack on the pasta this week and prepare to hibernate! Our eye-catching Italian eats are ALL equipped for that one formal family meal of the holidays, so get to cookin’! Choose from exceptional entrées like…
Fresh, made-to-order pastries are the name of the game at Drew’s Pastry Place. And so authentic! Owner and Pastry Chef Drew Rogers forked over his recipe for Tiramisu — featured on a recent episode of TLC’s Bakery Boss. High marks for this marvelous dessert…
I just found your perfect holiday dessert of 2013…treasure this beautiful chestnut dark chocolate cake from pastry whiz, Chef Catherine Rodriguez, at The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa. And gluten-free no less!
Do away with any inhibitions, forget about a diet and just indulge already! Nothing says ‘I love you, Mom’ more than a well-deserved piece (or two) of her favorite cake on Mother’s Day. Mom will absolutely adore these recipes!
I was thrilled to chat recently with one of my culinary heroes, Giada de Laurentiis of NBC’s TODAY Show! It turns out we have a lot in common, beginning with our shared passion for chocolate. One of Giada’s favorite chocolate indulgences to make is her light and fluffy Tiramisu – and she’s passed her recipe along to Goodtaste!
There’s a new Italian restaurant in San Antonio you ought to become familiar with: DiLiberto’s…as in local legend Al DiLiberto (of Boccone’s and Bambino Huey Café fame). He’s baaack! And he’s brought his authentic pastry chef of 20 years, Raffaella Falanga, along with him.
I absolutely love this time of year – everyone’s spirits soar. It’s a great time to regroup with friends whether it’s a formal holiday event or just entertaining at home. I have a few go to recipes on my website Goodtaste.tv that I rely on when I’m entertaining during the holidays – dishes that are tried and true winners with guests.
The best Tiramisu I’ve ever had was in Switzerland. I’ve experimented with recipes over the years trying to duplicate that creamy delight – after a couple of modifications I came up with this – it’s fabulous! (warning-the egg yolks are not cooked). Preheat oven to 375°F. Arrange ladyfingers on baking sheet. Bake until toasted, about […]