Wait until the end of the meal to serve this cooling soup, perfect for a hot or muggy day when the body needs to “chill.” And if you can’t wait, it’s also a delightful way to start the day at breakfast or brunch.
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When you find hicans, be sure to adorn them with the simple ingredients in this recipe so the true flavor shines through. Pecans or walnuts can be substituted, but hicans are worth the search.
Ohio’s wine industry was built on sweet wines from varietals like Niagara, Concord and Catawba and although winemakers are introducing more European-style dry wines, Ohioans still love their sweet wines. This sugary little white wine is 100 percent Niagara and labeled and named after Edith, the last of 130 dairy cows to be sold from Maize Valley’s dairy herd. Sips of sweet red wines are wonderful with chocolate desserts.
One of the best ways to showcase the taste of naturally sweet pure butter is in a shortbread cookie. Simple to make, they require only four ingredients and a light touch. Minimal handling of the dough will reward you with a finely pored cookie that has a tender, crumbly texture.
Here’s the secret to moist, tender cakes: oil. Whether olive or vegetable, oils are natural emulsifiers that work to improve texture and moistness, features you’ll find in this sweet and easy recipe that makes a terrific birthday cake.
Enjoy pumpkin pie in a glass.
An Italian dessert, affogato is a coffee float for grownups that’s equally decadent and simple. Use the best ice cream you can find as well as a premium brew like Crimson Cup, roasted and ground in Columbus.
Have a quality boxed cake mix on hand during rhubarb season and this classic cake recipe (with a tart twist) can be ready in no time for dessert or a potluck dish.
The ingredients in this recipe are what you would expect in a crisp, but add a couple of tablespoons of candied ginger and wow—sweet, tart with a delightful kick in every bite! Let’s just say this isn’t your grandmother’s rhubarb crisp.
The tiny cousins of carving pumpkins with names like Munchkins, Little Goblins and Jack Be Nimble are perfect single serving, edible containers for sweet filling like ice cream pudding or custards. Don’t forget that savory options like rice and risotto dishes are good options, too.