Insanely easy, but oh so rich! Recipe makes a large amount but you can vary flavorings and coatings to make several different varieties.
My family loves these eclairs and request them all the time. I usually make them as dessert whenever we have company coming, they are always a hit!
This shiny paint is a nice alternative to frosting your cookies. Paint the cookies before you pop them in the oven!
Homemade ladyfingers are soaked in a rum-coffee syrup and layered with sweetened mascarpone in this elegant tiramisu made in a springform pan.
Beef tenderloin filets are browned, and then cooked in red wine and balsamic vinegar for a quick and simple dinner for two.
A traditional New England clam bake that will feed a small army! You will have to plan ahead for this one. Lobsters, clams, mussels, potatoes, fish, corn, hot dogs, sausage, and onions all baked/steamed together in layers, in a hole you dig on the beach. Serve with lots of melted butter and bread for sopping up all the delicious juices.
When the chocolate addict in you begs for a sweet fix, bake this fluffy chocolate cheesecake over a chocolate cookie crust. Decorate it with even more cocoa delights, such as chocolate-dipped fruit or chocolate whipped cream.
This classic Greek shrimp dish is baked with a tomato sauce and topped with feta cheese. Relatively quick and simple to make. This recipe goes wonderfully with rice pilaf and some crusty bread.
A large salmon filet, steamed in foil and cooked either in the oven or barbecue. It's seasoned with minced garlic, fresh baby dill, lemon slices, fresh ground pepper and green onions.
Gravlox is a Scandinavian name for salt-cured salmon, which is not cooked. It's a popular item in Scandinavian Cuisine. Some, like this one, are made with vodka.