total posts: 136
Yeasted Plum Tart
Coconut Rice Pudding with Mango
Russian Cream with Plum Compote
Sage Ice Cream, an unusually wonderful and lush herbal ice cream.
For lemon addicts, Lemon Curd Cake is the lemony lemoniest.
Roasted Peaches with Almond Filling
Chocolate Cherry Cake
Beaumes-De-Venise Cake With Grapes
Nectarines with Gingersnaps and Mascarpone Cream
Lemon Berry Roulade
Cherry Chocolate Vanilla Open-Faced Sandwiches
Pierre Herme's incredible Apricot Packets are apricots baked in parchment with sugar, Earl Grey tea, lemon and black pepper.
Cornmeal Cake with Apricots
Red Wine Raspberry Sorbet
Incredibly light and delicious Goat Cheese Cake
Orange Spice Cake with a brown sugar glaze is for citrus lovers.
Rhubarb Soup with strawberries and mango is an incredible way to enjoy the best fruits of the season.
Oranges with Rosemary Sabayon, a whisper-light dessert.
Strawberry Balsamic Sherbet takes just a few moments to prepare.
Gateau Basque is a pastry filled with cherries and cream.
Oatmeal Stout Cake features Irish steel cut oats soaked in Guinness.
The best Cream Scones: incredibly light, delicate, delicious.
Pineapple Coconut Cookies to brighten the day.
Chocolate Cake with Sauteed Bananas and Curried Cream
Celebrate New Year's Eve with little chocolate cakes baked in the shape of a champagne cork.
'Tis the season for Panforte Sienna!
Roasted Dates with sherry and spices
Pears poached in a spiced wine sauce are the perfect end to a Fall meal.
Roasted pineapple in caramel with pink peppercorns
Parade of the Raspberry.
While weâ€™re still in the fleeting moments of fig season, ProvenÃ§al Sundae is an ethereal dessert of coffee ice cream that beams with the crowning touch of a very unusual fig compote.
Last Chance Summer Pudding. Technically, the beginning of fall isnâ€™t until September 23rd, so we still have a little bit of time to hurry, hurry, hurry and grab our last gasp of summer.
If you ever want to have some silly fun, whip up a batch of meringue.
Figs have two growing seasons, one in late spring and another in late summer that lasts through early fall. Magic. Maybe it was an early fixation with Fig Newtons, but I really do love figs in all forms.