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  • Test Kitchen tips: Homemade hazelnut and almond paste

     
    Although prepared almond and hazelnut pastes (and marzipan, a sweetened almond paste) can be found at many gourmet markets and specialty stores, they can easily be made at home....
  • Ponche en Nogada

     
    Mixologist Julian Cox serves up a punch that puts a new spin on old Mexico—and he’s pouring it exclusively for LA readers....
  • Test kitchen bonus: Two recipes from Florida finalists in the Pillsbury Bake-Off

     
    With a $1 million prize, the stakes are high and 100 outstanding recipes will compete to win in Orlando,  this March at the Peabody Orlando. Here are two recipes from Florida finalists Key Lime Pie Cinnamon Rolls Andrea Yacyk – Sebastian, FL 5...
  • Holiday cookies: Keeflees

     
    Holiday cookies: Keeflees....
  • Holiday cookies: Gingerbread macarons

     
    What does one of the world’s best pastry chefs come up with when pressed for a holiday cookie? Spago’s Sherry Yard, working with Sixto Pocasangre, took the oh-so-popular French macaron and scented it with an oh-so-Christmas-y touch of ginger,...
  • Piment d’Espelette

     
    Spicy meets sweet in Ludo Lefebvre’s latest confection...
  • Test kitchen bonus: Carambola is a star in the home kitchen

     
    Harvested in Florida June-March, carambolas are a good source of vitamins C and A, phosphorus and potassium. Use fresh and in fruit salads, desserts, sauces, and wine. Here are a few recipes that showcase the fruit quite nicely. Sauteed Scallops over Rice...
  • Miami’s Naylet LaRochelle hoping to grab Pillsbury’s $1 million prize

     
    The 45th Pillsbury Bake-Off is underway at the Peabody Orlando. At range No. 46, Miami's Naylet LaRochelle carefully began her recipe for Sloppy Jose Gorditas. With $1 million at stake the only thing this gave her jitters was “working in an...
  • Test Kitchen tips: Cherimoya

     
    Slice into the leathery green skin of this large tropical fruit, and you find that cherimoyas have wonderfully fragrant, almost custard-like flesh. The fruit, known as a "custard apple" in Britain, can be eaten raw or cooked -- simply scoop out the flesh,...
  • Test Kitchen tips: Making meringue

     
    Meringue: Essentially a combination of egg whites and sugar whipped to frothy peaks, meringue is a simple but key player in a variety of baking and pastry recipes....
  • Test Kitchen tips: Making macarons

     
    Dorie Greenspan's article in the Food section demystified the art of marcaron-making. Here are some tips for making better macarons....