Tagged: ‘trifle’

The Microwave: Christmas Spoon Food: Raspberry Trifle with Cream Sherry

Trifle is the quintessential winter holiday dessert and positively addicting. It might as well be the official state dessert in Great Britain. Every home, school lunchroom, tea parlor, and restaurant have a version it is so beloved.

My mom is known for her trifle, which is a cold dessert with layers of dense-textured plain cake soaked with cream sherry and a vanilla English custard, which she has made every Christmas for decades ever since she got her first microwave in the early 1980s.

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Chez Dining Room: Hogwarts Great Hall

Unless you have children, you might not realize that modern children’s literature is a booming part of today’s world publishing market. While many of the titles fall unheralded to even the most avid reader, it has been close to impossible to escape the sheer delight, the astonishment, and novelty generated by the British Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling.

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