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Peach Gratin with Muscat Sabayon

Sabayon is really the French version of zabaglione'a warm dessert sauce that is as versatile as it is delicious.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Peaches in Muscat

The Italians have a way of making a special dessert out of unmessed-up simple ingredients. It’s something to do with their touch. I mean ...

by Nigella Lawson


Blackberries in Muscat Jelly

This is unlike anything else: The texture is soft set, so that you know it’s not a liquid but it doesn’t have the heft of a solid. And th...

by Nigella Lawson


Roasted Glazed Peaches

Like other oven-roasted and -basted fruits, these peaches are beautiful when they come out of the oven: they feature a whole range of ora...

by Kate Zuckerman


Broken Jellied Wine with Summer Fruit

Wine jelly is one of the prettiest, lightest, and easiest desserts you can make. After the wine has set, chop it into cubes and slivers s...

by Deborah Madison


Flourless Walnut Cake

This is a very simple recipe that depends entirely on the quality of the walnuts. If you suspect your walnuts have been in storage for a ...

by John Ash


Chewy Oatmeal-Raisin Cookie Sandwiches with Roasted ...

Intensely toffee-flavoured cookies with a lovely, crisp-chewy texture and a good oatmeal taste are sandwiched with a gorgeously rich cinn...

by Regan Daley


Sauternes Sabayon

While the greatest of the sauternes--such as Chateau D’Yquem, which runs in the hundreds of dollars per bottle--are meant only for drinki...

by Kate Zuckerman


Sticky Spiced Double-Apple Cake with a Brown Sugar-B...

Sticky, gooey and gorgeous for breakfast! This simple cake is packed with both fresh and dried apples for flavour and texture, just enoug...

by Regan Daley


Chicken and Walnut Pâté with Smoky Paprika

I call this creamy chicken salad recipe pate because it is similar in consistency to rillettes, which is a type of French pâté. Rillettes...

by Ana Sortun


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