French Macaron Summer Treat

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on June 27, 2013


In several trendy restaurants I have had the pleasure to eat at lately, French macaron seemed to have stepped up to the next level.  Instead of the usual one inch diameter delectable confection [click to continue…]



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Chocolate and Coconut Sorbet

May 18, 2011
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In the depths of my freezer in the midst of cleaning out the last of Passover I found two utterly fantastic sorbet flavors I forgot to serve.  First I made the Chocolate Sorbet from a recipe in a David Lebovitz book,.  The chocolate flavor is so intense;

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Blood Orange Sorbet

April 17, 2011
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In our family we traditionally have a palate cleanser in between the soup, fish, and main course or dinner of the Passover Seder meal.  Since treating myself to an electric ice cream freezer a couple of years ago,

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Pluot Sorbet

February 28, 2010
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 On Monday, I went dutifully to Costco to stock up on staples for my home. You know trash bags, toilet paper, laundry soap, those annoying essentials that my husband thinks continually replenish by magic under the sink or in the cupboards. Many times, I also buy fruit at Costco and onions and avocados. Monday they […]

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