These little anise-flavored cookies have their roots in midwestern Mennonite communities and are perfect served with a strong cup of coffee or black tea.
There are a lot of outstanding ice creams in the freezer aisle, but you won't find one like this. It checks all the boxes for a delightful warm-weather treat: creamy, tangy, sweet, citrusy. The best part? You can totally make it without an ice cream machine.
Ever wondered what a cauldron cake would look like? Me too! I made blackberry cauldrons, filled with Felix Felicis (AKA lemon curd). "Pretty cute" is an understatement for these little cakes, trust me.
Pumpkin pasties might be the most iconic treat from Harry Potter (after butterbeer). Here are two versions: curried roasted pumpkin and sweet ginger pumpkin puree.
During my internship at America's Test Kitchen, we were challenged to create a superb muffin recipe and write a Cook's Illustrated-style piece about it. Here's mine!