You're just going to have to trust me when I say this is the perfect chocolate dessert. Everyone who has ever tried it is instantly mesmerized. It's fudgy, yet light, and has wonderful layers of flavor. The orange brightens and enhances the intensity of the chocolate, while the addition of coconut sugar adds caramel-y depth. … Continue reading Flourless Chocolate Orange Torte
The combination of chickpeas, tahini, lemon, and garlic is thousands of years old. The first written recipe for hummus was recorded in 13th century Cairo, but variations on the dish are likely much older. Though hummus translates to chickpea Arabic, it is often debated whether the dish is Arab or Israeli. Furthermore, a handful of other Middle … Continue reading Very Best Basic Hummus
In the summer I dream of the South of France. Running through lavender fields, sailing down the Riviera, shopping at the village market, and pretending to be in La Piscine all make for an ideal imaginary summer. And to help to achieve this degree of delusion is Mireille Johnston's The Cuisine of the Sun. I found this dreamy book a … Continue reading Traditional Socca Niçoise
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