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This lemon yogurt cake is a one pan/no frost wonder. It’s a moist cake with a lemon syrup brushed on top while the cake is still warm from the oven, resulting with a delicious citrus glazed crust. It was the … Continue reading
I gave half of this cake away because it’s so good that if it stayed in my kitchen, I would have devoured the whole thing in teeny, tiny slices. It’s a one pan, no frosting, no fuss cake with chocolate … Continue reading
9th Street had gorgeous boxes of strawberries on Saturday, I picked up two, one would be macerated for brunch, and the other for this cake. I’m a big fan of “one pan wonder” cakes – this one is light, custardy in the … Continue reading
Since the produce vendors still have fresh peaches on their stands, I made one last peach dessert over the weekend. A simple crumb mixture pressed into a cake pan, a layer of peaches, and topped with more crumb mixture. With … Continue reading
We spent a couple of days in Atlantic City last week, and except for pouring waffle batter on a waffle iron at the hotel’s complimentary breakfast – I didn’t have to cook. So when we got home, I pulled some … Continue reading
This tart is a snap to throw together – a press in dough, sliced peaches, and a sprinkled topping. A short bake time is perfect for the heat wave we’ve been having!
Three cheers for the red, white, and blue! Since it’s the 4th – I made my favorite fruit tart from The Frog Commissary Cookbook. A light crust, brushed with melted chocolate, filled with a sweetened cream cheese, and topped with … Continue reading
This is the pie that I served with Easter dinner – light, lemony, creamy – perfect!
This started out as being an apple cranberry pie, since I had a bowlful of pears on the table, I thought I may as well throw some of them into the mix. Adding brown sugar to the fruit resulted in a slight … Continue reading
Forty eighth in a series creating a collage using five elements.