This is an easy-to make Italian custard found in the fanciest of Italian restaurants. It is usually made without the coffee and cocoa powder, but I decided…
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I love chocolate. That goes without saying. I also love bacon… my preference is Benton…Continue
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Mention Belgium and almost everyone's mind goes immediately to chocolate. (Some of us would be thinking about chocolate anyway, but that's neither here nor there.)
So how did the country of Belgium become synonymous with high quality chocolate? Chocolate, typically served as a beverage, had been popular with people of Mexico, Central America, and parts of South America for thousands of years. In the 16th century, Spanish conquistadors learned of it from the Aztecs and brought it home…Continue
A quick note on what this network is all about.
Welcome to the Connect Network! If you've been with us for a while, you will have noticed the changes to the DessertProfessional.com social network that coincided with our release of an online version of the magazine to accompany our print. Welcome, again, to all our new members.
Simply put, the Connect Network is a place for dessert professionals to connect with one another across…Continue
Added by Michelle Guiles on July 10, 2013 at 5:26pm — No Comments
Black & White Brownies are either a cheese cake-brownie or a brownie-cheesecake. It is rich, chocolaty and absolutely delicious. It is not difficult to make, but very easy to…
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