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It is fun to see sweet desserts inspired by savory things and that exactly describes Almost Bourdain‘s Popcorn Ice Cream with Salted Butter Caramel Sauce. The popcorn ice cream is actually infused with salty, buttery popcorn before going into the freezer to give it a savory note. The salted butter caramel sauce stands in for the salt and butter that you put onto a fresh ... Read More »

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Bacon is working its way into more and more foods these days, both savory and sweet. Some ideas sound better than others and the Peanut Butter and Bacon Cookies made at The Island of Dr Gateaux sound like they are one of them. These easy cookies have bacon mixed into peanut butter cookie dough studded with chunks of peanut. Keep the bacon bits towards the ... Read More »

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I’m a big crepe fan and it would be hard for me to choose just one favorite filling, but I can imagine that the Strawberry and Mascarpone Stuffed Crepes with Strawberry Syrup I spotted at Closet Cooking would be close to the top of the list. These indulgent crepes are bursting with fresh berries and a rich, mascarpone and yogurt cream. The strawberry syrup on ... Read More »

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You don’t have to do much to fresh strawberries to turn them into a delicious dessert. Baking Monster kept it simple with a Strawberry Compote Panna Cotta. This dessert has a light, creamy panna cotta as a base and is topped off with gently cooked, sweetened strawberries. The little bit of sugar makes the flavor of the berries stand out even more against the custard, ... Read More »

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Olive oil can be great for baking, especially if you start with a complex, fruity extra virgin olive oil. Eating SF made some Maple Olive Oil Granola, lightly sweetened with maple syrup and flavored with olive oil, cinnamon and nutmeg. The olive oil will give the granola a slightly savory note, making this a great snacking granola, or one that can be paired with sweet ... Read More »

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The Wednesday Chefis more than a little enamored of the Kim Boyle’s Olive Oil Cake from her new whole grain cookbook, and after reading the post about the rosemary and dark chocolate-flecked cake, it’s hard not to feel the same way. The simple cake is made with olive oil, of course, and a combination of slept and all purpose flours for a tender texture that ... Read More »

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Food Blogga‘s Banana Apple Cardamom Cake with Cardamom Icing sounds like it might be a simple cake – and it is easy to make – but it is far from simple where flavor is involved. The cake includes lots of spices, vanilla, honey, shredded coconut, coconut milk, raisins, apples and nuts. It has something for just about everyone, and the nice thing about it is ... Read More »

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Croissants, brioche and other french pastries are a good way to start off the morning, but one of my other favorite breakfast pastries is the Pastelito. Pastelitos are Cuban pastries that have a guava and cheese filling. 5 Star Foodie made a batch of Pastelitos at home, starting with a layer of puff pastry and filling it with a mixture of cream cheese and guava ... Read More »

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