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  • Pumpkin Pot de Creme

    Pot de Crème is a silky custard that is a cross between flan and creme brulee. Here, we’ve added the sweet earthy flavor of pumpkin to the classic dish.

  • Penne with Caramelized Pumpkin, Onion, Sage and Brown Butter

    At once rustic and sophisticated, this dish can be on the table in less than 45 minutes.

  • German’s Chocolate Cake

    German’s Chocolate cake is actually not German, but named after a man by the name of German who made the chocolate. But no matter the name or origin—we just love the ooey-gooey goodness and spectacular looks of this classic cake. This version is just slightly more chocolate and less sweet than the classic; to ramp up the chocolate even more, substitute some of the German’s Sweet Chocolate with semi-sweet or dark.

  • Filled German’s Chocolate Cupcakes

    Take German’s Chocolate cake to the next level with these cupcakes that are not only topped with the caramel pecan frosting, but also filled with it.

  • Rustic Apple Tart with Riesling-Caramel Sauce

    You can serve this tart topped with a scoop of the ice cream as well as the caramel sauce…or just as is. The caramel sauce may be made days in advance—if you have the willpower to not use it up before you make the tarts. The pastry crust may also be made a couple of days in advance.

  • Bourbon Pumpkin Pie with Gingersnap Crust

    Just the right amount of bourbon adds lovely warmth—without harsh alcohol flavor—to this luscious pumpkin pie.

  • Spicy Fiesta Tomato Cobbler

    A savory cobbler topped with cheddar buttermilk biscuits and filled with chipotle-roasted cherry tomatoes, fresh sweet corn, and delectable caramelized onions – it is sure to be the hit of whatever party you bring it to!

  • Asparagus and Prosciutto Crepes

    Here’s a classy wrap for your next picnic. The simple spread on this crepe is the secret sauce served on sandwiches at the pub where my daughter, Maggy, worked when she lived in England. The grated onion, which subtly heightens the flavor, is key.

  • Peach Cobbler

    Stone fruit season is here! Whether you top your cobbler with pie crust, batter, biscuits or dumplings; you will always end up with a fresh, juicy, perfect cobbler with this recipe. The addition of lemon, cinnamon and nutmeg enhances the ripe peach flavor.

  • Spiced Apple Cups

    A rich seasonal pastry made with crisp fall apples, toasted almonds, and mascarpone cheese.

  • Green Tea Chai Latte

    This can’t truly be called a latte since I usually make it with non-dairy milk but it is extremely tasty, with just the right amount of spice. You can refrigerate any that’s leftover and reheat later in the day or the next day.

  • Creamy Roasted Red Onions

    Creamy Roasted Red Onions are an amazing side dish for holiday meals and family get togethers. Red Onions are oven roasted and stuffed with a creamy onion filling and topped with a crunchy panko and bacon topping.