Do we fall into the danger zone of lameness and predictability by asking you if you like Piña Coladas, or do we keep it professional by sticking to the fact that these cookies sound so appealing, we would totally shake our coconuts at them? Oops. So much for professionalism.
Here's a fun spin on the traditional croquembouche - pink and brown choux pastries stacked into the shape of a cupcake, to make a Cupcakebouche! And super tasty, filled with raspberry and chocolate pastry cream.
The French really know how to bake with fresh fruit and this beautiful tart is an elegant and delicious example. Deeba from India also knows how to use fresh seasonal fruit in delectable desserts - hence this gorgeous tart she adapted from a famous French recipe.
Every kitchen should have a fire extinguisher. This is the one recommended by Cook's Illustrated. Note, this model uses sodium bicarbonate, which is good for flammable liquid and electrical fires (the kind of fire you might have in the kitchen), unlike all-purpose extinguishers that contain dammaging monoammonium phosphate.
Check out this sweet and rich yeast bread, that tastes like brioche (even though it's vegan), and is studded with rum-soaked raisins - awesome! This recipe is versatile too - you can even make it into a batch of killer cinnamon rolls.