When nectarines and peaches are so perfect that you can smell their heady perfume and luxuriate in their fresh nectar as it dribbles down your chin, turn them into this glorious summer pie.
This is enough pastry for two 9 or 10-inch single crust pies or one 9 or 10-inch double crust pie. I like to make the entire recipe even when I am only making a single pie, that way I can freeze the second half for another pie. Of course it is easy enough to cut the recipe in half, if you prefer. This recipe is adapted from Room For Dessert by David Lebovitz.
Just in time for the holidays. A homey gingerbread cake dressed up with caramelized pears around the top. Along with a secret to ensure the pears come out on the cake instead of sticking to the pan.
Bake this awesome apple cake for the High Holidays and it will guarantee your reputation as a great baker for the entire year. P.S. You don't need to be Jewish to enjoy it!
This started out to be strawberry shortcake. But I never do what's expected. I like raspberries in my shortcakes because their tartness adds a layer of flavor to dulcet strawberries. Whipped cream is great, but wait until you taste it with white chocolate mixed in.
Here is a terrific spring dessert to top off your Passover Seder or Easter feast. It is so light and airy that if it isn't topped with a luscious raspberry sauce, it might float right off the plate.
A bowl, a wooden spoon and a microwave is all the equipment you need to make these amazing brownies. They are so rich and fudgy and leave you with such a delicious lingering chocolate taste that it’s hard to stop eating them. Once you taste brownies with peanut butter chips, you may never go back to using nuts again.
Not quite a pie, but not really a cake either. This unique Passover dessert may be the best of both. Almond macaroons and sponge cake crumbs make a cookie-like base for layers of brown sugar coated apples, and also a crumbly coating for the top.