This is straight out of "How to Be a Domestic Goddess," though I'd love to take credit for it. It's so delicious. Admittedly, it makes way too much; I usually make a half-batch. I especially like this as a topping for Italian cheesecake. Yum!
Oh man, I love this cake. I don't even bother to frost it...it is really moist and delicious on its own. The recipe is from the Moosewood Book of Desserts, a book I definitely recommend. The pound cake chapter alone is worth the price of the book.
I got this from Epicurious.com to serve at a fondue party I hosted. This was, by far, everyone's favorite fondue...and has since then been served when my guests had fondue parties of their own. Note - cream of coconut is not quite the same thing as coconut milk. I can usually find it in the alcoholic beverage section of the grocery store, with the other mixers.
I got this recipe from "The Good Egg" by Marie Simmons. She also offers a version with bacon, but I think this is really good without it. I'd guess this doesn't keep too well...I couldn't say for sure, though, because we finished it off pretty fast.
This is my favorite vegan dessert recipe. I got it from "American Vegetarian Cookbook" by Marilyn Diamond. Sometimes I throw health concerns out the window and use corn syrup instead of honey. Live dangerously, right?
When I first stopped eating meat, the single thing I missed most was my mom's beef burgundy. I was really happy when I prepared this recipe from a Vegetarian Times magazine and discovered that it filled my apartment with the same delicious smell as my mom's version. It's pretty tasty, too.
This recipe is an adoptee from the RecipeZaar account, and I haven't tried it yet. I will repost here when I have tried the recipe. I won't change the recipe, though...it seems that people like it the way it is.
This recipe is an adoptee from the RecipeZaar account. It's a nice, simple potato casserole; very satisfying. Next time I make it, I will toss the potatoes with most of the butter, rather than leaving the butter in the bottom of the casserole. I will also drizzle the top with some butter (the breadcrumbs don't seem to brown, otherwise). I hope you like it!
I adopted this recipe from Zaar. This is a creamy pineapple custard with rum-flavored whipped cream on top...yum! Just a warning - the rum flavor is very strong (especially for a dessert), so you may want to reduce the rum. Also, adding a little sugar to the whipped cream wouldn't hurt it. I hope you like it!