Tagged: ‘immersion blender’

Oversized Popovers

Sometimes you want a nice big popover instead of two smaller ones. This recipe originally came from Bullocks Wilshire department store restaurant, the exclusive luxury upscale branch, along with its twin store, I. Magnin. Bullock’s doesn’t exist anymore, first being…

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Sweet Tangerine Popovers



Citrus is a perfect ingredient in making a sweet breakfast or dessert popover during the winter.  I think tangerines are too underused in baking, their tart-sweet flavor a bit more assertive than regular oranges.  Placing them in a cold oven…

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The Best Popovers



This is the recipe I got from my mother and it originally came from a wonderful cookbook written by the late actor, artist, and home chef, Vincent Price.  I often use different types of flour, add herbs, or grated cheese,…

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Vampire Dessert Buffet-Recipes and How To

photograph by Philip Burne-Jones Bt. (1861-1926)

Buffet Preparation, Storage,and Service Timeline

  • Prepare two chocolate tortes, the chocolate sauce, the crêpes, almonds, biscotti, chocolate chip cookie dough, and double batch of compote 2 to 3 days ahead.
    Miss Grace Jones/horror comedy/1991/look for…

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Julia’s Potato Leek Soup Adapted for the Slow Cooker


Potato Leek Soup is the workhorse of the French kitchen and has sustained many a soul on a cold night. What is quite remarkable is that you put a potato, a leek, cover with water and it just cooks up…

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The Microwave: Hot Chocolate for A Group with Vanilla Whipped Cream

Hot Chocolate the Divine. This recipe comes close to a fabulous ritual drink. It will make a hot chocolate similar to Starbucks, which uses a syrup.

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