A foolproof, laissez-faire method for the pie dough–averse.
A step-by-step guide to the decadent Italian pastry
Sufganiyot is only the beginning.
Or... How to Go to Bordeaux in a Bite
Head straight to Rue Du Bac's magnificent sweet shops
Or: How to stretch a pie to feed a crowd. Thanks Martha!
A ricotta-filled delight that serves a big crowd
Apples + brioche = breakfast
Just add espresso
A 5-ingredient dessert waiting to be drowned in honey
It's more like 40
How to make (a whole bouquet's worth of) apple roses
And how to shape and fill them just right
Your pies are worth it!
Sometimes, you just want some herbs and cheese
A food tour of Sicily
Plus 1 foundational recipe you can turn into 4 different baked goods.
Romans celebrate Italian Father's Day (March 19) with deep-fried, cream-filled pastries. So we will, too.
And other hard (and soft) shape-related questions.
Since 1250, Swedes have turned to semlor for a last taste of culinary indulgence before Lent.
This delicate dessert, made to honor Saint Agatha, is a little more than suggestive.
Name your first collection or try one of these: