This tasty tradition comes to us from Italy, where its name varies from region to region, from Torta Pasqualina in Liguria to Pizza di Pasqua in Umbria. A dense quiche-like dish with some distinctive pizza qualities, Italian Easter Pie is typically enjoyed on Easter Sunday as a hearty way to break Lent. You’ve done so… Read More »
“ I believe that everyone should have the confidence to step into the kitchen and create something wonderful. That’s what Brown Eyed Baker is all about – making baking easy, fun and accessible. ”
A self-taught baker, Michelle specializes in the kind of food that will bring the entire family into the kitchen. Her blog, Brown Eyed Baker, has a wide range of recipes to choose from, but there is always a common denominator: comfort. Whether this means a gooey mac n’ cheese or a pan of fudgy brownies, her recipes and encouragement guide even the most inexperienced cook as family meals are created. Michelle strives to help her readers realize the possibilities within their own kitchens, making delicious meals from scratch, no culinary training required.
Pure, unadulterated cheesecake that is a mile high and richly creamy. That’s New York-style cheesecake. Originally, cheesecake was made with ricotta or even cottage cheese. But when the dessert made it to the Americas, we got creative: Cream cheese entered the mix, and people fell in love. Michelle starts with a thin graham cracker, which… Read More »
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