This bread is also called "Black Russian" and is delicious! Try it with a ripe piece of Brie, as a sandwich, even fabulous French toast! It's origins came out of New York. Smells heavenly baking in the oven!
This is the classic American gingerbread-dark, moist, sharp flavored and not gummy! Serve it hot with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. From Rosie's All-Butter Fresh Cream Sugar-Packed No Holds Barred Baking Book by Judy Rosenburg! Gingerbread was made in Germany, Scandinavia and England, and has been brought to America.
This is a decaffinated versionn of the classic Cafe Olla! From Gourmet Sleuth. This drink is traditionally prepared in a earthenware pots called Ollas. The earthenware lends some of the unique flavor to this drink.
These were made at the Soho Charcuterie, a popular restaurant in New York in the 1980's. They are the perfect combination of a bittersweet chocolate flavor with a chewy consistency, studded with pecans and chocolate chips.