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Grill this super-simple dessert right before you serve it: It takes just 30 minutes. Slideshow: More Great Grill...

This is a giant, crowd-pleasing cake, layering light, white cake with fluffy, rich chocolate ganache. Slideshow:...

These buttery pull-apart biscuits are lightly flavored with lemon and cardamom. Slideshow: Amazing Breads and Bis...

Most cakes are leavened with baking soda or powder, but here Richard Blais uses a siphon to add air to batter. Then h...

These delicious summery fruit crumbles are served in individual cast-iron dishes and topped with a crisp, buttery str...

This tart and super fruity summer dessert cooks mostly on the stovetop, with just a quick finish under the broiler to...

Sabayon is a foamy dessert that typically has to be made just moments before serving—if left to stand for too long, i...

Crémeux (French for “creamy”) is a dense, soft, classic pudding that’s the new darling of many American pastry c...

“In France, there’s almond flour in everything—except clafoutis,” Belinda Leong says about the rustic dessert of frui...

Belinda Leong started to incorporate wild greens and herbs into her desserts in 2009 during a foraging-focused intern...

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