This is as wicked as it sounds. A truly delectable combination of flavours and textures that are light and melt in the mouth. I would choose this as a Christmas or New Year dinner party dessert, as the puddings freeze well and are no trouble to re-heat. A modern British classic - sticky toffee pudding was thought to have originated from the Sharrow Bay Hotel in Ullswater in the Lake District of Northern England There is also a school of thought that John Tovey at Miller Howe in Windermere was the first to make this. Either way, the pudding is as iconic today as it was when it was first baked and devoured by the lucky diners of either one of those hotels! My recipe is based on the recipe that Delia Smith published in her Christmas cookbook, but I have made several changes that I feel work better for me, the main change is to increase the pecan toffee sauce quantities, as I have had grown people - mainly males - fighting over who gets the last dribble of this delectable sauce!! I hope you find the step-by-step photos useful when you make this for the first time. (This was featured in the September 2008 Cooking School Topic of the Month on Zaar - a wonderful event where lots of talented chefs on Zaar showed off their culinary skills through photographic tutorials!) Prep time includes the time needed for soaking the dates.
this is exactly like the blue moon ice cream that can be found in northern michigan at kilwins. Its also the same that i used to have in the summers as a kid in the 70's. there isn't any pineapple or alcohol in this!!
I love my bushia and this is the recipe that her mother brought over from Poland. We have used this for years and it never fails. It make an extremely large amount, so be prepared to work for a long time on these.
To DIE for! Now don't count your chickens before they are hatched. You may think, Buttermilk Pie? Trust me, it is AWESOME! The base recipe for this Buttermilk pie is from the Royers Cafe Cookbook. Their pies are now trademarked and they are NOT giving away any secrets that I am aware of! They now have another Buttermilk pie that has chocolate chips and pecans in it and has been known to send people over the edge! I am not sure how much they add to theirs BUT this is how much I have found works nicely. People come from all over just to visit this cafe and eat some pie. Royer's is a very well known little restaurant in Round Top which is just down the road from my hometown of Carmine. Both towns are VERY tiny towns that together MIGHT have a pop. of 200. If you are ever around this neck of the woods make sure you stop in and have some pie. Bud is almost always at the door ready to pick on you and make you feel right at home! Royers has even been seen on Food Network's, Road Tasted! Don't fret though, if you can't come to Texas, Texas can come to you! Royers ships their pies all over! Check them out at http://www.royersroundtopcafe.com/
My best sorbet recipe. Sweet, smooth, and very refreshing. This was one of the things my mother frequently asked me to make for her when she was in assisted living. It is the first to go at ice cream socials. Everyone loves it. I serve it with my Recipe #83963. I found this in the newspaper years ago and adapted it to suit my style. For the best dessert ever, serve it in the Recipe #327004. The flavors are wonderful when combined!
Oh So Good! These little cakes are so simple to make and your guests with think you spent ages on them. Good quality chocolate is key here. If you don't have souffle dishes or custard dishes, you could use muffin tins, but it would make more little cakes (then you could have TWO each!). Use heart shaped moulds for Valentine's Day and top with whipped cream and raspberry coulis. Mmmmm. Enjoy!
These cookies have been served for over 75 years in the quiet village of Orkney Springs, VA. We have stayed in this retreat center called Shrine Mont where people come for rest, devotion, and fellowship. A couple of things set these cookies apart: butter and shortening ensure a thick cookie, soft in the middle, with a touch of almond extract.