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Based on almond cake, Rick Bayless's pumpkin-seed cake is moist and fluffy with just a whisper of a crisp crust. For ...

These treats are a cross between an oatmeal cookie and a chocolate-hazelnut cookie—a brilliant idea courtesy of Dagma...

The smart trick here is using prepared ingredients to compose this tangy icebox cake. Slideshow: More Cheesecake Rec...

These chewy, fudgy, almost flourless cookies have rich chocolate flavor and a great nutty crunch. Slideshow: Chocola...

“An all-out Wisconsin classic,” says restaurateur Gabriel Stulman about the kringle. “It’s like a giant toaster strud...

This is the ultimate buttermilk Bundt cake, nicely browned on the outside, with a soft, tender crumb. Slideshow: Mor...

These beautiful, rustic tarts from author Susan Spungen have a supertender, terrifically tasty crust made with rye fl...

The delicious thing about this pie from chef Kir Jensen is that every bite combines rich and sweet custard, tart rasp...

These poached pears from star chef Ludo Lefebvre get gorgeous color and flavor from the beet-juice-spiked syrup they’...

Slow-roasting white chocolate makes the cocoa butter in it silky, rich and caramel-like, a technique championed by pa...

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