Luscious Fruit Desserts by Williams-SonomaMost fruit desserts, including the ones in this book, offer the benefit of being easy to make. They’re also good examples of the culinary principle that if you start with the finest ingredients and prepare them in ways that highlight their natural qualities, you’ll get outstanding results. With this easy-to-follow collection of recipes you’ll be churning out delicious fruit desserts year round.
Battle the transitional temperatures of spring with strawberry-rhubarb coffee cake, raspberry gratin, gingered rhubarb crisp or an apricot-pistachio tart.
They’ll be no suffering in the summer heat with little plum galettes, blueberry-cream cheese custard pie, black forest cake with fresh cherries, plum buckle or sour cherry pie.
The arrival of fall may leave you pining for vacation days but with the help of roasted grape tarlets, quince tea cake, fresh fig galette, pumpkin-ginger cheesecake and pear-walnut sticky cake you won’t be pining for long.
Winters chill won’t leave slim pickings with options like cranberry-pecan pie, pineapple upside-down skillet cake, pumpkin moon pies with orange cream, chocolate-banana bread pudding and pear-bourbon skillet crisp.
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
I blame my D. Friday series , not to mention my new cookbook for making me think that anything can be made at home from scratch. Well, that got me started thinking about different Jello flavors I could make, and pineapple seemed like a brilliant idea. Trust me. The version in the standard 9-inch round cake pan was a much more relaxing experience overall, and it was still beautiful.
Post a Comment. Monday, May 4, pineapple upside-down cake. Summer is almost here, and we were treated to some unusually nice weather in Seattle last week. So nice that I was inspired to pick up some annual flower starts, clean out the flower beds, and finally get my tomato seeds going indoors. I love starting plants from seeds and watching them sprout and grow.
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Website developed by Nextwave Concepts. The result is a beautiful caramelized pineapple topping which is revealed when the cake is turned out of the pan. The cake is a fluffy and moist yellow cake that goes well with the sweet-tart pineapple topping. You gotta try this! The recipe is below. Come to cooking camp to get more delicious recipes!
To people who say pineapple is not a holiday fruit, I say Mele Kalikimaka! This pineapple upside down cake is a quick but pretty dessert with a lovely tropical twist. Pomegranate seeds decorate this pineapple upside-down cake. With a paring knife or small cookie cutter, remove the core from each slice. You can cut the pineapple rounds into half-moons, or leave them in full circles, and set aside.