How to make pastry cream, and what to do with it. Like filling raspberries, or a cake, or your mouth.
Tomato Mozzarela Tart
First on the First brings us Baker's Croissants this month, in all their flaky, buttery goodness
Bánh Pa Tê Sô (Vietnamese Savory Meat Pies) filled with ground pork and enveloped in flaky, puff pastry.
Steak, Blue Cheese, and Horseradish Cream Bites with Caramelized Onions.
Boston Cream Pie - why do they call it a pie when it's really a cake? Hardly matters when it's delicious.
Fig tart with crème pâtissière
Apple Pie as good as Grandma used to make? I think so...
Simple puff pastry technique, and a lesson in economy. Sometimes less truly is more.
Apple Raisin Croissants - They're not hard to make...they just take a very long time.
Goat cheese and tomato triangles
Deep Dish Apple Pie-- this pie is all about the 5 pounds of apples!
Perfect peach pie.
Puff pastry cakes with figs and marzipan (Text in Bulgarian with translator)
Short-cut spicy tuna puffs.
Salted Popcorn Caramel Macarons
Little almond crostate with roast pears
Flaky, buttery puff pastry, filled with smooth, creamy custard - Pastais de Nata - A Portuguese treasure.
Chou Saint-Tropez from Christophe Michalak (in Russian)
Stewed beef pie in a buttery crust
Savoury palmiers - the easiest and most delicious canapés you'll ever make
Caramelized Onion, Mushroom and Goat Cheese Galette
The cheater way to bake an apple pie thanks to frozen puff pastry: Cheater Baked Apple Cuplettes
Mushroom, spinach & feta pies
Strawberry and Chutney tarts
Chocolate Pots de Creme. Because you deserve it.
Using one dough, you can create four different Holiday recipes -- Just in time to make holiday entertaining a breeze.
Autumn Vegetable Tart
A delicious sugar topped pastry filled with cardamom scented blueberries and apples. Perfect with your next cup of coffee.
Pink Pearl Apple Tart
Puff pastry with spicy potato-peas filling. The ever popular Indian snack 'Samosa' with a twist.
Profiteroles with whipped cream and cherry compote.
What is better than a croissant; pain au chocolat. Croissant dough wrapped with 2 bittersweet chocolate bâtons in the middle