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The first thing I noticed about A Yankee in a Southern Kitchen‘s Roasted Tomato & Vidalia Onion Tart was the big chunks of crispy bacon that went into it, adding a smokiness and enriching the flavor of the dish. Bacon aside, the tart is made with fresh, roasted tomatoes and sweet, roasted onions. The veggies (and bacon) are layered with both cheddar and gruyere cheeses ... Read More »

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Lemonade and limeade are refreshing drinks, not just because they’re served cold, but because of the zestiness of the citrus fruits. This zestiness carries over into other dishes, so it’s no surprise that Culinary in the Country dubbed these Coconut-Lime Bars with Hazelnut Shortbread Crust as being refreshing. The bright lime flavor really stands out against the sweet coconut and nutty crunch of a shortbread ... Read More »

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One of White on Rice Couple‘s recent posts doesn’t need much more than an introduction to make your mouth water. Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies are made with cookie dough that is baked in a dish or ramekin. They should be served warm, with loads of ice cream on top, delivering a gooey, chocolatey, treat that is hot, cold and very decadent. As a big ... Read More »

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Bananas foster is a slightly old-fashioned (retro, of course!) dessert that consists of bananas that are cooked in a rich caramel sauce, doused in rum and set alight. It’s delicious and entertaining, and is generally served with vanilla ice cream. At Culinary Concoctions by Peabody, bananas foster are used the inspiration for a really kicked up Bananas Foster Bread Pudding. The bread pudding includes bananas, ... Read More »

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Chocolate lava cakes, also known as molten-center chocolate cakes, are known for their oozy richness. Cakespy‘s Lava Cookies don’t quite have the same level of ooziness as their cake predecessors, but if you serve them warm you can still get a very satisfying mouthful of melty chocolate. The cookies are simple, using lots of chocolate chips and a a relatively small amount of flour in ... Read More »

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One of the reasons I’ve always been a tiramisu fan is that I love coffee, and the espresso-heavy dessert delivers a lot of coffee flavor. I rarely see it in other iterations, but there’s no reason why you can’t have a little variety with tiramisu in the same way you cane with other desserts. House of Annie made an “Asianified” Green Tea Tiramisu using matcha ... Read More »

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Swedish Cinnamon Buns, like the ones that Anne’s Food recently made, are probably my favorite cinnamon bun variant. Their defining characteristic is a crunchy topping of pearl sugar, as opposed to the gooey glaze or frosting that is present on so many American cinnamon buns. Pearl sugar is much larger than your average coarse sugar, and the grains – which are actually compressed sugar, not ... Read More »

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Juicy, ripe strawberries don’t find their way into cooked pies all that often because they don’t tend to hold up all that well to long baking times. The strawberries become mushy, give off all their juice and start to lose their color when overcooked. But short cooking times can do wonders for the berries and What Geeks Eat took advantage of this by baking a ... Read More »

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