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Make a cool cake: Dorie Greenspan's recipe for a boozy, tropical dulce de leche ice cream cake

When I’m in the kitchen, I love to play around. I love riffing. I love tweaking. I love mid-recipe changes. And I love surprises. For me, it’s not over until it’s over, and then it’s usually not completely done: I’ll make something and, as I’m bringing the dish to the table, I’ll think, “Next time, I can swap this for that or for something else or, or, or . 1,242 more words


Tuesdays With Dorie - Plum Crumb Tart

I am writing this on Monday night after having just downed a slice of this fantastic tart. I totally didn’t have time to make this over the weekend and didn’t want to miss the challenge. 348 more words


Brown Butter and Vanilla Bean Weekend Cake

This is a fairly straightforward cake with a hint of fancy. The fancy comes from the brown butter and vanilla bean. You can even add some rum or other flavorings if desired. 650 more words

Fudging Ahead

Master the frittata and make it yours: Dorie Greenspan's recipe for a farmers' market frittata

Every cook needs a frittata to call his or her own. A chubby, big-as-a-plate, well-done omelette with a generous amount of add-ins, the frittata is a cook’s tabula rasa and a host’s best friend. 1,278 more words


Chocolat Chaud (French-style hot chocolate)

While I was in Paris I took the opportunity to try a cup of the world-famous chocolat chaud at Angelina’s sumptuous tearoom on Rue Rivoli. Let me just say, its fame was well-earned– the chocolate was rich, smooth, and dark, with just the right amount of sweetness. 941 more words


Tuesdays With Dorie - Vanilla Mango Panna Cotta

About two weeks ago, before The Illness ran rampant in our home, I was preparing for our Dorie challenge for this week. As I perused the recipe (not remembering if I had made anything with mango in it before), I asked my husband “Do you like mango?” 477 more words