For the week of March 24th, 2004


Puddings can comfort you during this time of year, but desserts of any kind will do the same trick. If you are looking for some new recipes to indulge your cravings and comfort your family I suggest The Dessert Bible by Christopher Kimball. This hardcover book of 416 pages is by the founder and editor of “Cook’s Illustrated” one of the best cooking magazines available. Christopher Kimball is a master of the creating the best product by asking the hard questions. How do you make a lemon bar that's zippy but not too sweet? How far should a Fallen Chocolate Cake fall? Can you substitute non-dairy creamer in Crème Anglaise? (why would you even think you could!) He has experimented, tested and perfected each of the 300 recipes included. This book will quickly become the one you turn to when you want to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Elegantly Easy Creme Burlee: & Other Custard Desserts by Debbie Puente is a small hardcover book of 96 pages but it packs big taste. If you always order this dessert when you are out at a restaurant, but are intimidated by this classic at home then this is the book for you. With 70 recipes to try out you will be an expert sooner than you think. Classic flavors, chocolate and vanilla are included along with more unusual ones such as Banana Fosters. And you might be surprised at how much you like the savory recipes. This makes a perfect gift for someone special when you pair it with several small custard cups and a crème brulee torch.


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