8 to 10 Servings The late Richard Sax, celebrated cookbook author and champion of home cooks the world over, inspired this flourless chocolate cake—a riff on his iconic chocolate cloud cake. March 2013Print
Everything's better on matzo...sort of. Matzo gets a lot of flack. It's a little cardboard-y, and lacks any pronounced flavor. But we see things differently: Matzo is just toast's less popular cousin.
10 servings This is a cake version of the chocolate-dipped coconut macaroons that are a Passover staple. Any nut will work in place of the almonds. This is part of BA's Best, a collection of our essential
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Depending on who you ask, hamantaschen are made either with a flaky pastry or a simple sugar cookie dough. Either way, they're not usually gluten-free nor are they normally filled with chocolate chip batter!
That's not very specific, and you may find yourself at the grocery store staring at mountains of varieties. Dinner isn't going to be ruined if you use a red onion where you should use a yellow onion. said,
Ingredients 2 pounds red potatoes, scrubbed and cut into 1-inch cubes • 1 tablespoon plus 2 teaspoons kosher salt, divided • 1/2 pound bacon, cut into 1/2-inch dice • 3/4 cup finely minced yellow onion