Bursting with peaches, and topped with sweet, velvety meringue, this tart really is one of a kind. It brings together the sweetness of the meringue and the sourness of apricots, and it plays with those flavors in high fashion. Plus, the crust is homemade, so you also get to experiment a bit with the dish.
Do you want to impress your friends with some new bartender skills? Why don’t you try this variation on a Caipiroska where we replace sugar with honey and supplement the vodka with curacao liqueur? And while we’re at it, let’s not stop at the ½ lime, but add slices of lime, orange, and lemon, lemon juice and lime juice, and shredded ginger.
Interested in ultra-smooth jelly made from red-wine? You’re in the right place. Quickly prepare the gelatin and cook it with a sweetened good red wine. To get somehow cheekier add some cognac in there, too. Don’t forget the sour factor and toss lemon zest into the mixture. Want our advice? With crackers, it goes like a charm.
Who’s in the mood for some cinnamon rolls? But wait, these are not your usual ones. Instead, they were our main inspiration when creating this wonderful dessert. The cups may not be that easy to make, but it’s a fun process, and you will surely enjoy it Plus, we’ve also added some butter-sauteed apples, flavored with a touch of sugar and cognac.
How does this autumn recipe sound to you? A pair of deliciously looking pork chops served with a side of apple slices, cooked with a Dijon mustard sauce, flavored with chili, sage, and rosemary. All together in the same skillet! Easy to make and delicious, cooking this recipe tonight really is a no-brainer!