French Terrine

French Terrine

Making pâté at home isn’t difficult, but it is a project. Cooking it the traditional way can be a little frustrating, because you can work through a bunch of steps to prep the thing just right, then overcook it all too easily. Here, we get around that risk by cooking the pâté sous vide, ensuring that it emerges exactly the way we like it. Read on for the full five-step process of making an incredible rustic pâté that’s far less expensive than the stuff at your favorite specialty grocery—but with a texture and flavor that blow the store-bought stuff right out of the water.

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The Most Amazing Russian Honey Cake

The Most Amazing Russian Honey Cake

The ultimate recipe for Russia’s famous Honey Cake, that you’re likely to encounter.  Ten layers of soft, caramelized honey cakes that taste like the fine marriage of Lotus biscuits, honey graham crackers and gingerbread cookies, sandwiched between a cloud-like burnt honey and dulce de leche whipped cream.  Unbelievably delicious!

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Chocolate Cupcakes

Chocolate Cupcakes

These chocolate chocolate cupcakes have a stunning appearance and a rich, chocolatey sweetness. I’ve found at parties people prefer bite sized deserts so I’d recommend making 24 mini cupcakes rather than 12 large. That way you won’t find half eaten cupcakes at your party!

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Lemon Cake

Lemon Cake

If you’re a sour fan you’re going to love this cake. Lemon Cake is one of my favorite year-round desserts, but it is a perfect choice for spring and summer, when everyone tends to crave citrus or light & flavorful recipes

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Gingernut Cookies

Gingernut Cookies

These are traditionally a very hard crisp cookie made for dunking into tea or coffee. The bigger you make the balls the crunchier the end result.

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