Tags » Dorie Greenspan

Go off the usual grid with savoury waffles for brunch: Dorie Greenspan's smoked salmon waffles

Neither my mother nor my father could find their way around the kitchen, but they both loved shopping for food. My mom did so twice a week, always with a list that was arranged in columns that synced with what was on the supermarket aisles. 1,195 more words


Tuesdays With Dorie - Cornmeal & Berry Cakes

When I was about 11 I attended this summer performing arts camp on Long Island. I basically danced all day.

We would gather at wooden picnic tables in the woods for lunch that we would bring from home, and there was another girl who always had Nabisco (?) Blueberry Mini Muffins in her lunch. 187 more words


Tuesdays With Dorie - Rose Fraisier

Rose tastes so very much like it smells, don’t you think?

Everything went swimmingly with this cake. Not a hitch in sight. That is, until filling time. 331 more words

(anne): lime tart

when i set out to make the “smoothest, silkiest, creamiest, tartest lime tart” from dorie greenspan’s “baking chez moi”, i was so excited. after all, a good lime (or lemon, for that matter) tart, pie, cake, etc… is hard to find. 428 more words


When tiramisu goes slightly off script: Recipe for Dorie Greenspan's milk chocolate-mochamisu pie

If it’s hard for you to think of a time when tiramisu wasn’t an ice cream flavour, a standard offering at local pizzerias, and available frozen or ready-made in your supermarket, then your memory doesn’t go back to 1993 and that terrific rom-com “ 1,303 more words


(livi): palmiers

sorry in the delay with this post…i have been recovering from an accident and haven’t been able to get to the store to purchase the main ingredient for these…pastry puff isn’t something I normally have on hand, in my freezer. 164 more words


(anne): viennese sablés

first of all, many apologies for us having been so quiet the last couple of weeks. livi had a run-in with her pressure cooker while making strawberry jam and has been out of commission for a little bit. 340 more words