Month: June 2011

How to Create Impressive Desserts for the Entire Summer in 2 days

Apricot Tart, used the Pate Brisee Recipe, with a mixture of cake-and all-purpose flour in a ratio of 1:1 Make Ahead Desserts for the Entire Summer – Then Relax and Serve or Setup a Buffet The first thing we need to think about is what type(s) of desserts we want to make this summer. I…


Top 100 Blogs for Chocolate Lovers, Part 1 (first 25)

Last night I was tired to work, tired to write, I was even tired to watch anything on the TV, but not yet tired enough to call it a day. I was relaxing on my best armchair and while staring at the ceiling, it hit me – how about just surfing on the Internet with…


Tired of the Same Old Cheesecake – Bake This

Isn’t it gorgeous? Yesterday I had a surprise visit from my friend and she brought some dairy stuff from her refrigerator because she had to travel unexpectedly to visit a family member that became ill. I received a few packages of farmer cheese (each weighs 8 ounces), goat cheese (each weighs 4 ounces), butter, sour…


Find the Best Desserts – Top 10 Dessert Blogs (Part 1)

Rigo Jancsi, the hungarian chocolate mousse cake I grew up with I decided to take a tour in the dessert blogging community and select the top 10 dessert blogs for you for the Memorial Day Holiday. The criteria for inclusion in this list, include the following: I hit the site and I yell out: Wow!…


Top 100 Blogs Plus For Chocolate Lovers (Part 2)

III. Chocolate Cookbooks Cookbooks that discuss, cover, photograph, teach and write about chocolates are as important for us, chocolate enthusiast, as air to keeping us alive. Some of us are serious collectors with perhaps hundreds of books in our library; it is enough that the book has only the word “chocolate” buried somewhere on page…