David Lebovitz

Quick breads like this one by star blogger David Lebovitz are very popular in France, where they’re known as savory cakes. This one is packed with olives, cheese and bacon, and infused with cayennne. Slideshow:  More Quick-Bread Recipes 
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Kale-and-Shiitake Fried Rice
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This comforting, vegetable-packed rice is infused with ginger. It’s best made with day-old rice to absorb all the flavorings.   Slideshow:  One-Bowl Rice Dishes 
Star blogger David Lebovitz smartly stirs a little peanut butter into his coconut pork curry to cut the sweetness of the coconut milk. He likes making big batches of curry so he can eat leftovers the next day. Slideshow:  More Pork Recipes 
Curried Cashews
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A mix of Thai red curry paste and honey makes these nuts extra flavorful. They keep well in the refrigerator; the flavor intensifies.
“My preference for dessert is a lot of fruit with a little something,” says star blogger and baker David Lebovitz. And so he came up with these wonderful little vanilla cakes, which he douses with rum syrup, then piles high with citrus fruit and whipped cream. Slideshow:  More Cake Recipes 
One secret to pastry chef David Lebovitz's irresistible cream puffs is the salted butter he uses to make the perfect caramel custard filling.
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The cardamom in this cake is an exotic accent for a very traditional recipe. Beautiful Desserts
The cardamom in this cake is an exotic accent for a very traditional recipe. Beautiful Desserts
David Lebovitz's Chocolate Pecan Pie with Bourbon is everything you want in a dessert, to serve during the Kentucky Derby, at Thanksgiving, or for an easy holiday dessert. The all-butter piecrust is a cinch to throw together thanks to your food processor, and the dough can be made weeks or months in advance and frozen, if you'd like to get ahead. A nip of sweet, caramel-scented bourbon adds depth to the traditional super-sweet filling; chocolate levels it up with its rich texture and just a hint of balancing bitterness. Leave some of the pecans whole to give this classic a slightly more refined look.
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