Is there anything better than fresh berry shortcake? It is strawberry season in Maine and we've indulged in this recipe a few times over the last few weeks. The biscuit recipe is from an old New England cookbook we've had kicking around the house for years and somehow the book always manages to open to this page. We've updated it a bit to feature SKORDO ingredients and have to say, the additions are pretty delicious!
This recipe is inspired by the apple crisp in Sam Sifton's Thanksgiving - How To Cook It Well. Fruit crisps are a favorite in my kitchen because they're quick to make and fun to adapt. Mr. Sifton also appreciates the flexible nature of crisps and says that 'on Thanksgiving, only apples are appropriate'. We agree with Mr. Sifton and took this seasonal variety one step further by adding our Pumpkin Pie Spice.
Sweet, nutty, and flaky... The perfect dessert. Okay, we are a bit biased, but we haven't met anyone who doesn't love this recipe! It was passed down from our Great Great Grandma (Yaya) who was from Gythion, Greece. She passed it down to our Great Aunt Sylvia (who tweaked it slightly), then to our Aunt Adrienne (who tweaked it slightly again). Our Aunt Adrienne showed us how to layer this perfect pastry, and we are so excited to share the recipe wth you.
This layer cake is a traditional Indonesian favorite. The combination of rich Dutch butter cakes and savory spices bring you a truly unique flavor. Made up of 8-10 thin layers cooked under the broiler, this cake boasts a lightly caramelized flavor and beautiful presentation.
Matcha, ground up green tea leaves, have incredible health benefits and flavor. This cake combines earthy green tea flavor with rich white chocolate and bright citrus.
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