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Flourless Blueberry Chocolate Cake

Flourless Blueberry Chocolate Cake

Chocolate is such a versatile ingredient that it can be paired with just about anything. It is probably most often paired with oranges and raspberries in baked goods, as both of these fruits have a sweet-tart flavor the contrasts nicely with the richness of the chocolate. They’re classics, but they’re not the …

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Flourless Chocolate Cakelets

Flourless Chocolate Cakelet

Flourless chocolate cakes are one of the most indulgent types of cakes that there is, since they usually deliver a generous dose of chocolate in every single bite and there aren’t a lot of other ingredients to get in the way of that chocolate flavor. I tend to bake them when I’m …

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Classic Flourless Chocolate Cake

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Flourless chocolate cake is the sort of dessert that should be on standby for everyone who likes to bake. By this, I mean that you should have all the ingredients you need to make this cake on hand at all times. I recommend this because this flourless chocolate cake is delicious, delivers …

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What is matzo meal?

Matzo and Matzo meal
Around the Jewish holiday of Passover, supermarkets start to fill their shelves with matzo and matzo meal alongside piles of egg-shaped Easter chocolates. While all foods eaten during passover are supposed to be kosher-for-passover, the most famous passover food is matzo (or matzah). Matzo is an unleavened cracker-like bread that is traditionally eaten …

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Flourless dessert ideas for Passover

Boca negra - flourless dessertPassover starts this weekend and, along with near-continuous TV showings of The Ten Commandments (starring Charlton Heston, of course), those who celebrate the holiday are obligated to abide by some rather strict dietary requirements. There is a fast before the holiday starts, a seder full of symbolic dishes and a ban on …

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