It isn't often my guests rate my entree, but they gave this one an eleven. I give it a twelve for its taste, texture, ease of preparation and serving. No cooking technique beats roasting in parchment.
A terrific dinner to warm up those chilly winter nights. It cooks for less than 35 minutes and is guaranteed to help toss away those dreary winter doldroms.
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.
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Making chutney may not be on your bucket list, but if you taste this version, you will want to make it.
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!