July 22, 2014
So last week it was Tetris-shaped hash browns from MIT, and this week it’s a couple of Harvard students trying to reinvent the way we bake deserts. Or at least that’s the buzz. Boston.com and WBZ TV report that two Harvard students, John McAllum and Brooke Nowakowski, are in the process of patenting the results of a project for a Harvard cooking class that would allow consumer to bake cakes in around 60 seconds.
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July 15, 2013
I’m a huge fan of all things cheesecake, so I wanted to try to come up with a dessert that tasted as good but didn’t take all night to bake. Ta-da! I think I’m on to something with these simple berry goat cheese tarts. Read the rest of this entry »
July 1, 2013
Old family recipes never fail when it comes to delicious desserts. This recipe is my absolute FAVORITE from the incredible kitchen of my Auntie Gina. It is also the simplest no-bake, frozen dessert you will ever find. What is it you ask? Read the rest of this entry »
June 25, 2013
A few weeks ago my mom told me about this watermelon cake that she heard about from a friend. I figured it was just a cake that looked like a watermelon, but she quickly informed me that it was in fact made out of a watermelon. I thought it seemed impossible for a cake to be made out of watermelon, but when I saw the picture of the cake, I knew it wasn’t. After seeing the cake, I knew I had to give the recipe a try for myself, so my mom and I (but mostly my mom), made it over the weekend. This cake is a prefect healthy dessert option and would make a great 4th of July treat! The best part about this cake; NO baking!
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