Frozen berries are a great alternative to fresh for winter baking. Many people fret about whether they should thaw the fruit first, but you don't need to. With the exception of a slightly longer baking time, the results are no different from baking with fresh berries, and the crust actually holds its shape well with frozen berries inside. Feel free to adjust the sugar and cornstarch to your tastes for sweetness and texture; less cornstarch will yield a runny pie, more will give the filling a more jammy texture.
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This is a light and refreshing mousse pie made with mango puree, which you can make using fresh or frozen mangoes pureed in a blender, or with puree purchased from the store. Unlike many mousses, this one contains no egg whites and relies on whipped cream to give it volume and gelatin to stabilize it. I love serving this pie in the springtime, when mangoes are at their peak.
[Photograph: Lauren Weisenthal] This recipe is modified from Claudia Fleming's book The Last Course, which is currently out of print. About the author: Lauren Weisenthal has logged many hours working in restaurant kitchens and bakeries of Brooklyn and Manhattan. She...
This pie is the perfect celebration of summer's premiere fresh fruit offering: fresh strawberries. It's perfection when served outdoors and a la mode.
Here’s a confession: until recently I did not really understand the appeal of pie. As a child I didn’t care for things that were crisp and buttery, like shortbread and crust, and that was that. In the past few years,...
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This salad keeps fantastically in the fridge, retaining its crunch and developing its flavor over time.
Crunchy cornflakes add a crisp, crackly texture to the already awesome combo of chocolate and peanut butter. And what makes these bars even better? You don't have to turn on your oven to make them.
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Bathed in lemony oregano vinaigrette, Greek chicken and potatoes keeps comfort at hand.
You can predict it each year: as the mercury climbs, legions abandon their thermally insulated mugs and scramble for cold coffee. Whether you're an old hand at cold brew, or new to the slow, all-night magic of preparing cool coffee for hot days, it's time to get out the strainer and get your chill on. Here's our step by step guide. Don't worry: the hardest ingredient to come by is time.
During the colder months, pies and cookies reign supreme, but with so many enticing ice cream recipes, there's no reason to take a break from this frosty treat. Incorporating some of the season's best flavors, from cranberry to peppermint to brown spirits, these recipes are just right to serve after a holiday meal.