My very latest baking obsession is Nordic Ware specialty baking molds. They are extremely high quality pans that come in all kinds of cool designs. I was ecstatic... Read More »The post Honey Lemon Beehive Cake appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
Ragù alla Bolognese is a traditional Italian meat sauce that is typically served with tagliatelle pasta. Although there are many varied recipes, it is authentically made with a soffrito... Read More »The post Ragù alla Bolognese appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
My photos do this cupcake recipe no justice. That’s what I get for taking pictures at night in really bad lighting. However, I would feel horrible if I... Read More »The post Mango Cupcakes appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
I actually made this cake two months ago and never got around to posting the recipe. It would be sinful to mankind to not share. Even though I lived... Read More »The post Concorde Cake appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
Blondies are basically thick chewy cookies in brownie form. If you have not had a blondie before, you need to hit the kitchen immediately because they’re AMAZING! The... Read More »The post Hazelnut Butter Blondies with Dark Chocolate Chunks appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
I’m happy to present my second Daring Baker’s Challenge! Natalia of Gatti Fili e Farina challenged us to make a traditional Savarin, complete with soaking syrup and cream filling! We were... Read More »The post Tropical Savarin (Daring Baker’s Challenge) appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
I try to vary my sources of protein as much as possible to keep dinner interesting. Romain would be stoked if he could have a burger every night,... Read More »The post Marinated Salmon with Mango Kiwi Relish appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
One of the best perks of moving to California is the abundance of authentic fresh Mexican food. I always thought the East Coast had really decent Mexican... Read More »The post Enchiladas Verdes appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
I realize that it’s a bit late to actually make these cupcakes for Easter, but this coconut cake recipe is sublime for any occasion. It’s light, tender... Read More »The post Coconut Cupcakes with Raspberry Filling appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
I have had Meyer lemons in many restaurant dishes, but never had cooked with them myself. When I saw them at Trader Joe’s, I was inspired to incorporate... Read More »The post Meyer Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
Here is another one of my Cooking Light favorites. The original recipe used butternut squash, but since I had a bag of sweet potatoes, I put them to... Read More »The post Sweet Potato Wonton Raviolis with Spinach Walnut Pesto appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
Ruth from Makey-Cakey was our March 2013 Daring Bakers’ challenge host. She encouraged us all to get experimental in the kitchen and sneak some hidden veggies into our baking, with... Read More »The post UnBEETable Whoopie Pies (Daring Baker’s Challenge) appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
If I can give any advice to bakers that want to yield super moist quick breads without the extra calories, add some vegetables! It’s like God is finally... Read More »The post Dark Chocolate Zucchini Muffins appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
Have I mentioned how much I love my slow cooker? If you don’t own one, then you need to click here and order one immediately. I LOVE coming... Read More »The post Mexican Quinoa Chicken Chile appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
If you are a sucker for sweet and salty combinations like me, then you have to try these brownies! I honestly cannot remember why I decided to make... Read More »The post Pretzel Brownies with White Chocolate Ganache appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
I am throwing another healthy muffin recipe your way. Since Lent started, I promised Romain that I would only bake once a week, so I spend most of... Read More »The post Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
You know when you are binge eating left over Valentine’s chocolate or eating ice cream straight from the carton asking the universe why everything that tastes so good... Read More »The post California Quinoa Salad appeared first on Au Bon Gouter.
I am in love with slow cooked meat because it’s always incredibly tender. This Mongolian Beef recipe is no different. It’s almost like an Asian flavored beef stew.... Read More »
I cannot believe mixing avocado into my mac & cheese had never occurred to me until I saw this Stovetop Avocado Mac & Cheese Recipe from the fabulous... Read More »
Forget store bought Almond Joys, these bars are soooo much better. Once upon a time when I was still a picky eater, these were the chocolate bars that... Read More »
Whenever I am looking for a foolproof recipe, I turn to the Barefoot Contessa. She breaks down techniques that appear to be difficult and uses simple and fresh... Read More »
I have been meaning to post this recipe for weeks, but I keep baking and cooking so much that I cannot keep up with my posts. As I mentioned... Read More »
These are the perfect Valentine’s Day treat. They’re pink, bursting with fresh strawberry flavor, and sprinkled with sweet messages for the one(s) you love. Did you know that... Read More »
Lately, I have been obsessed with making muffins. Not only are they an acceptable dessert for breakfast, but with a few substitutions they are actually incredibly healthy. This... Read More »
Being from Boston with its famous Italian Northend and after traveling to Italy several times, I am no stranger to good quality tiramisu. This light creamy custard layered... Read More »
Although I love a high quality steak every once in a while, when it comes to red meat, I usually opt for the fish or vegetarian option. This... Read More »
When it comes to dessert, I do not discriminate. I love decadent chocolate, gooey caramel, nutty, chewy, crispy and fruity desserts. My taste buds beg me to end... Read More »
Anytime I bake something with peanut butter, my friend Nora comes to mind. Senior year in college, I can attest that a large portion of her diet consisted... Read More »
Every time I shop at Trader Joe’s, I end up with a bunch of items that I never intended to buy, but could not resist dropping in my... Read More »
This is so easy to make and perfect for cold winter nights when the last thing you want to do is cook. If you don’t own a slow... Read More »
This soup is a great dish to start off the new year. Not only does it incorporate nutrient dense kale, which provides fiber, iron, vitamins C, A &... Read More »
Baked brie is my absolute favorite appetizer. I love pairing this decadent French cheese with sweet preserves or jams, nuts, and fresh or dried fruits. I normally use... Read More »
This is officially my last Christmas recipe of 2012! I know this post is 3 days late, but you will definitely want to bookmark this brownie recipe to... Read More »
One word: addicting. These are a second take on fruitcake cookies from the King Arthur Flour website. I knew I wanted to make fruitcake cookies for Christmas, but I... Read More »