This delicious summer cake is a hybrid cross between a classic French clafouti and a coffeecake. It has a very moist, dense crumb due to the butter and eggs and low flour ratio. It is a perfect afternoon dessert to serve with tea as well as a brunch or dinner dessert, especially as it can be made a day ahead of time.
From David Lebovitz: The Sweet Life in Paris.
David says, "Although tagine isn't traditionally served with couscous, I do at home, as they serve it at one of my favorite North African restaurants in Paris - L'Atlas, which faces the Institut du Monde Arabe.
I just came up with this because I have a lot of pineapple juice to use up and Oh My Gosh did it turn out delicious! I just had to share. I didn't add any pineapple chunks but if you have a pineapple and like fruit chunks, go for it :D. Chill and freezing time not included as it's quite variable.
A wonderful ice (sorbet) for any time of the year. Cooling in the summer and gorgeous cranberry red for the winter holidays. You can't forget Valentines day either. Time is prep only, does not include chilling or freezing.
Please Note: the calorie count is much lower that Food shows. The calorie amount on the recipe is 240. The Food.com computer isn't recognizing that the 2 cups of sugar is in the poaching liquid and will be discarded not consumed. Found on a recipe card at the market. It sounds wonderful.
This really is hearty enough to be a meal in a bowl. Loaded with crunchy vegetables, filling shrimp, and a zesty herb vinaigrette, it’s got enough flavor and bite to satisfy. To enjoy the salad as a dinner entree serve with crusty garlic bread.
This hearty soup combines the natural sweetness of caramelized onions with leek and mushrooms. The nutty flavor of wild rice adds something special. You can use brown rice if you prefer. This can be vegetarian by using veggie broth in place of the ask for meat broth. A food processor will make short work of the chopping.