Homemade Boston Cream Donut Recipe
These ought to get you out of a traffic ticket.
Dominique Ansel's Kouign Amann Recipe
The pastry master teaches us how to conquer laminated dough at home.
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This Cylindrical Pastry Is Finland's National Treasure
Most sweets are trash, Runeberg's torte is the one exception.
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Starbucks' Best Pumpkin Spice Product Is This Remarkably Greasy Bread
You can’t eat it and use a touchscreen phone at the same time.
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These Taiwanese Pineapple Cakes Are the Only Pineapple Cake Worth Eating
I even broke up with a boyfriend in college because he gifted my parents the wrong pineapple cakes.
A History of Stargazy Pie, England's Strangest Christmas Dish
Stargazy pie is an odd-looking invention—a dish where fish gaze up at the sky from a buttery crust—but it's more, too. It's said to be born of famine.
Pick a combination of apple varieties for a balance of acid, sugar, and tannin in your pie. But remember that apples must be ripe for full flavor. If the seeds are darkening, the apple is mature.
How-To: Make Borek with Action Bronson and His Aunt
Watch as Mr. Wonderful and his aunt teach you how to make borek, a stuffed puff pastry pie of sorts that she fills with sautéed ground beef and onion.
This Woman Ditched Her Software Career to Make Weed Desserts For a Living
“I didn’t know anything about cannabis,” she laughs. “All I knew was what the leaf looked like.”
Inside the Willy Wonka Baklava Factory of Turkey
Gaziantep, located in southeast Turkey at the crossroads of the Mediterranean and Mesopotamia, is the pistachio capital of the country. Coincidentally, Gaziantep is home to some of the world’s the best baklava.
Why Swedes Are Trying to Preserve a Pastry That Could Break Your Teeth
Skånsk Spettkaka is a Swedish egg-based pastry that looks like housing material and has been described to taste like a cross between styrofoam and straight sugar.
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We Asked Nigella Lawson for Her Christmas Dinner Game Plan
“Write a list of everything you plan to cook on Christmas Day,” advises Nigella Lawson, TV chef and unrivalled domestic goddess. “Then go away, drink a cup of tea, and strike out about half the dishes you’d planned.”