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Want To Learn How to Make Gordon Ramsays Favourite Dessert?-Hot Chocolate Fondant. Posted by Grace Massa Langlois on Friday, 16th July 2010 Gordon Ramsay and his thoughts on Hot Chocolate Fondant – “Whenever I’m asked for my favourite recipe, this is the one.

Want To Learn How to Make Gordon Ramsays Favourite Dessert?-Hot Chocolate Fondant

It has a divine melting texture and the liquid centre is sublime.” This recipe happens to be one of my favourites as well. I am a huge chocolate lover and this one definitely delivers in deep-chocolate flavour, the oozing centre is my favourite part. I’ve tried countless recipes for these molten lava cakes but non have compared to this one. When I’ve made these cakes in the past the most difficult part of the recipe was slipping the cakes out of the ramekins without them falling part. You can prepare the dessert ahead of time, chill it in the fridge, and then pop in the oven for 12 minutes just before serving and enjoy (that’s the best part)!

Baking. Double Berry Coco Punch. Slow Cooker Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin. Quiche Lorraine. Baked Macaroni and Cheese Recipe : Alton Brown. Wood Butter – The perfect thing for your wood bowls and utensils. — Creative Culinary.

Several months ago Wendi with Bon Appetit Hon, did a post on Wood Butter; like you I had a moment of Huh?

Wood Butter – The perfect thing for your wood bowls and utensils. — Creative Culinary

What? Well, typically called Spoon Oil, Wendi had decided that Wood Butter fit better and I agree; leave it to another food person to put the perfect name on this elixir that is so simple but so perfect for the care of the wood items we use in the kitchen. A necessity but also a bit indulgent…yes, butter is perfect! We need to take special care of our wood kitchen items in Denver due to the low humidity in our environment and I can be as lax as the next person. Making your own ‘wood butter’ makes it simple and inexpensive too. Though Wendi had to find an online resource for the beeswax part of the magic, I was lucky to find a local resource. The process is easy but can be messy. What better way to show you the magic of Wood Butter than a Before and After photo. Double Crust Peach Cobbler Recipe - - 130520.

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Browse By: Happy Holidays! Recipes, Decorations, Holiday Traditions, Party Ideas - Medieval Cookery. Medieval Cookery - Tartys In Applis. Recipe by Daniel Myers 4 - 5 apples6 figs, chopped1/4 cup raisins1 1/2 tsp. powder douce1/4 tsp. saltpinch saffron Short Paest for Tarts Peel, core, and grate apples.

Medieval Cookery - Tartys In Applis

Add figs, raisins, and spices. Mix well and put into tart crust. Source [Forme of Cury, S. Published: October 11, 2010 Terms of Use & Privacy Policy. Just A Pinch Recipe Club. Nanaimo Bars. Other than my short stint as a resident of New York City, I've never lived in a city with a "signature" food.

Nanaimo Bars

I'm talking about claim-to-fame level: cheese steaks from Philadelphia, coffee from Seattle, Hatch chiles from New Mexico. These Nanaimo Bars are the ultimate signature food, from beautiful Nanaimo, British Columbia on Vancouver Island in Canada. Nanaimo bars are a rich, decadent, 3-layer, no-bake treat. The bottom crust layer is chocolate, graham cracker crumbs, almonds, and coconut. Candy Cane Blossoms.

Too darn cute.

Candy Cane Blossoms

I am the first to admit that I am a sucker for cute packaging and anything "Holiday themed" as evidenced in earlier posts. I saw these candy can kisses hit my local CVS right after Halloween. Recipes, menus, meal ideas, food, and cooking tips. Pumpkin Gingerbread Recipe. Chicken Cordon Bleu II Recipe. Famous Chicken Adobo Recipe. Chicken Noodle Casserole I Recipe. Chicken Pot Pie IX Recipe.

Reuben Dip Recipe. Frozen Butterbeer for the Deathly Hallows Premiere – Cook Like a Champion. There’s something you might not know about me.

Frozen Butterbeer for the Deathly Hallows Premiere – Cook Like a Champion

I’m a huge fan of the Harry Potter books and movies. I wasn’t always, but once I watched one movie, I was hooked. I was devastated when I found out Eric and I were moving away from Orlando before Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Luckily, we were able to fly back over the summer and use our season passes one last time. Even though it was incredibly hot and crowded, it was totally worth it to be able to experience a small part of the Harry Potter world. Butterbeer, for those who don’t know, is a favorite drink of young witches and wizards. Looking for more Harry Potter recipes to celebrate the premiere of Deathly Hallows this week? Frozen Butterbeer for the Deathly Hallows Premiere Ingredients For the butterbeer: 1½ cups cream soda 6 tablespoons butterscotch schnapps 2 cups ice For the foamy topping: 6 tablespoons heavy cream 1 tablespoon butterscotch schnapps Directions Source Cook Like a Champion original. - Recipe Search and More. Monkey Bread. Green Beans with New Potatoes Recipe : Paula Deen. Brie En Croute Recipe : Paula Deen.