By Claire Saffitz Yeah, it's kind of a lot. Wondering which of the gazillion flours out there you're supposed to use for what? Let's break it down. It's OK: We all make mistakes. But you know what's less
Test Kitchen-Approved Author Notes: Millefoglie—similar to its French name, mille-feuille—is Italian for "a thousand layers." It’s the go-to dessert for any Tuscan celebration, whether it’s a birthday,
While vanilla and chocolate are always winners, sometimes you want to spice up your cake layers with fruity flavor. Jams provide a beautiful contrast to the consistency and provide a burst of sweetness.
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] When I was growing up down south, Easter supper wasn't Easter supper without a honey-baked ham on the table. Oh, sure, we had lamb as well, but by my father's reckoning, the
Despite containing both coconut oil and coconut milk, these scones don't end up with a coconutty flavor at all. Rather, these ingredients provide the same richness and tender but fluffy crumb you'd find