Sometimes there is nothing better than a long day of baking for a dinner party. The meditative nature of pie crust, your hands in the flour. Beating egg whites to fabulous clouds of meringue. Slathering cakes in thick swaths of homemade buttercream, whisking custards to velvety smoothness, whipping cream and watching your caramel turn to shimmering amber. The creating of a dessert that will hit the table worthy of a spotlight, and with all of your efforts obvious. Tipsy Parson is not that dessert.
Ready or not, pumpkin spice season is on it’s way — and it’s coming up faster than you may think.
A variety of pumpkin-flavored goodies are already starting to hit grocery store shelves — from Pumpkin Pie Kit Kats to Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte creamer — despite September, never mind October, still being weeks away.
Cherries are the first members of the stone fruits to show up at the farmer's markets and supermarkets here in New York City, and it means that we're officially in deep, humid, sticky summer. They're delicious in all their forms: sour, sweet, and those perfect yellow-and-red mottled Rainier cherries that taste just like ripe peaches. But as with every summer fruit, you can get a little bit over excited about their arrival, overestimate your consumption of them, and find yourself with a whole bunch of cherries rapidly losing steam in the depths of your fridge.
For those who love to enjoy a spoonful of raw cookie dough despite the salmonella risk that the CDC keeps reminding us about, we have some good news.
With the introduction of its new Edible Cookie Dough, Nestlé Toll House is offering a way to satisfy your craving free of fear.
No, we’re not crazy. Christmas in July has arrived, and it’s all thanks to Little Debbie and her sweet, cult-favorite snack cakes.
Arriving in stores now, Little Debbie’s iconic Christmas Tree Cakes are coming exclusively to Walmart shelves for a limited time this summer, being renamed Christmas in July Christmas Tree Cakes for the season.
Peach cobbler is one of those summer desserts with big dividends for a minimum of work. It's delicious, and it's easy, and you might already have what you need for it in the pantry, minus peaches. You can spice it up with tamarind or chile, or leave as is and throw on a scoop of ice cream.