This is my traditional Christmas dessert every year but I promise it is delicious any time of the year. Layers of brioche and creme patissiers intermingled with strawberries, raspberries and blueberries making it the ultimate dessert of all time.
These deep fried dumplings are quite the treat with their crispy shells and tender filling of fresh crab meat treated with a bunch of Thai condiments and spices. These ones are a must at any event or occasion.
I truly believe you can still have great food while eating clean. This is one of my endeavors to prove such theory. Organic cauliflower is mixed with a special blend of herbs and spices to create these addictive falafel-like fritters; served with a side of tzatziki. You can never have only one piece.
If you are a big fan of smoked salmon, then this is the sandwich for you. It has elevated the salmon/cream cheese bagel to a whole new level with its special mix of herbs, thinner bread and guacamole side that adds freshness and heartiness to your salmon experience.
This is a traditional bread in the US that has become a favorite of mine. The flavors of Aniseed combined with raisins make this bread so special and delicious to eat for breakfast or as a snack.
My beloved Aunt Sal and Uncle Bill in Boston had me once over for a barbecue at their home and they served this salad among other dishes. I fell in love with it the minute I tasted it. The beans make it such a hearty salad that it can eaten (gladly) all on its own or as an impressive side dish.
I love everything with almonds and these little breads do just the trick. They are cardamom flavored doughs twisted around almond frangipane which makes the most interesting and delicious combination. Great for breakfast, tea time or snacks anytime.
An Austrian specialty, it is truly one of the biggest wonders of this world. The key to it is that it has to be eaten the same day. But the resulting turban shape bread and the mouth-watering taste all well worth the effort.
Rich and moist but definitely worth it. Milk dough filled with chocolate and cinnamon butter filling and then rolled, sliced and baked together as one bread which makes the final kugelhopf look absolutely stunning.
This is such a light beautiful cake with a sublime texture that you wouldn't even know that it's dairy free as well. It's one of my favorites and is a perfect choice if you're looking for a light treat that is low on sugar and easy on the stomach.
I came across this recipe by accident a long time ago and my family loved it so much that I decided to add it to the menu. It is ideal for both adults and kids alike and truly satisfies the chocoholic in us.