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Buttermilk Ice Cream for a Fresh Fruit Galette

  Yesterday’s post for a Fresh Fruit Galette suggesting pairing your galette slice with ice cream. Buttermilk ice cream. Yes, that yellow object in the left of the picture is a very-hard-to-photograph portion of very-very-yellow buttermilk ice cream. Actually, you could call this Egg Yolk Ice Cream for the yellow color comes more from 8…

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Fresh Fruit Galette: An Easy Fall Fruit Dessert

Galettes are one of the happiest recipes you can imagine. They are bursting with flavor, flavor that is obvious from that open face. Ah, the open face. So much, much easier to make a galette than a “perfect pie” crust. There is nothing wrong with being rustic, and there are in fact some benefits. You…

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Chocolate Pudding Cake

  How many times have you have Chocolate Molten Cake? A lot? Too much? Over it? Lie down on couch. Take your shoes off. Fold your hands. Shut your eyes. Go back, far in time, to a simpler time and space. Take your best memories of chocolate cake and chocolate pudding and let them flow…

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Classic Cake Brownies

    Yesterday came the frosting. Today it’s that brownie lying underneath. Classic brownies are often made with unsweetened chocolate, which typically is melted with the butter. The resulting brownies tend to have moistness and stickiness. This recipe title says both “classic” and “cake.” Here cocoa powder substitutes for the chocolate. The butter is beaten,…

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