by The Chef | Cook It
What is a tart? No, not a saucy medieval lady with wicked wiles, though that term has been used in times past. The simplest description would be that it is a type of pie. If you really get down to it, there isn’t much distinction between a tart, a pie, a flan or a quiche when it comes to the dough end of the equation – or much of anything else for that matter.
by Cookie Cutter | Cook It, Eat It, Like It
It was the sort of dessert you would eat in a log cabin in a plaid flannel shirt after spending all winter growing a beard that might rival your chest hairs. The sort of dessert you would want after wrestling bears and spearing fish through a tiny hole in the ice.
by Budget Betty | Cook It, Survive It
This was very nearly a survive it moment. I did so many things wrong with this recipe that I am amazed that I didn’t end up tossing a pound of bacon in the trash. My first mistake was that I had spread myself too thin in the kitchen that day and was running around like a chicken with its head cut off.
by The Restaurant Widow | Cook ItMaking Blood Orange Tarts with Chantilly Cream Let’s be honest – the only thing to love about February in New England is the arrival of blood orange season. This year has been particularly brutal, with epic snowstorm after epic snowstorm, temperatures in...
by The Mad Boulanger | Cook It, Do It, Eat It, Like It
Bananas almost always fit my budget, so I almost always have a few on hand that need to be eaten today or be bread tomorrow. Sometimes I don’t want banana bread, however, and my quest for a fresh banana treat is what delivered unto me this amazing recipe. Manna from heaven. Mananas from heaven, maybe, snickersnicker.