Tagged: ‘Alice Medrich’

Alice Medrich’s One Layer Fudge Cake

This beautiful one-layer cake has the wonderful, fluffy texture you expect to get from boxed cake mixes, but with a made-from-scratch flavor they never touch. There are no artificial ingredients. It takes the same amount of time to mix as a box mix.

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Chocolate Nut Truffles

Chocolate truffles are rolled into rough balls that look like their name-sakes, the earthy subterranean fungi that grows under oak trees and is a savory culinary delicacy and quite rare. They are intensely sweet and able to be devoured in one bite, a satisfying treat for the most discerning chocolate addict.

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And You Too Can Become Julia Child

If you circulate in the food world, from chef to culinary student to gourmand diner, you would know the name of Julia Child. Her speaking voice is unique and immediately able to be recognized no matter where you would hear it. Now with writer/director Nora Ephron’s movie of Julie and Julia, there is tons of buzz on not only Julia Child as a persona celebrite, but the advent of her celebrity with the story of how she wrote Mastering the Art of French Cooking during the 1950s in France. A zillion more people, including those who would never brandish a whisk, will know about her too.

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