Recipe Roundup: All About Indulgence

This roundup is all about indulgence. This roundup has not been doing any January diets. In fact, this roundup is indulging is great chocolate and great recipes. Read More Recipe Roundup: All About Indulgence

Chocolate of the Day: Death By Chocolate

This was a dessert my mother made for only the fanciest of pot lucks. (Such a thing exists in the Midwest.) I used to think it was really complicated. No, it really is just full of things that will kill you. It’s also wonderfully versatile: make it gluten free by using gluten free brownies, sub a different candy for toffee, and so on.

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Medieval Snowe, a Year Round Treat

Snowe is a dessert recipe of sorts — it’s a sweet dish, though I could see eating it at breakfast, for a snack, etc. I think it will be especially nice in summertime. It’s a simple, light dessert — doesn’t require much prep time.

Pictures and recipe after the jump.

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Cookie Times

Winter is the perfect time of year for cookies. For starters, if you make too much cookie dough, you can freeze it just by throwing it outside (in a sealed container to prevent attracting raccoons and other rabies-laden but surprisingly adorable critters). For seconders, completely disregard that first point and just continue to use the traditional, patented A-A “freezer method” of storage by shoving the dough in the freezer. Read More Cookie Times

I Eat It: Talenti Blood Orange Sorbetto

Here at P-Mag, we’re big on trying products and reviewing them for all of your benefit. Similarly, I’m big on eating things. Thus, this variation on We Try It! is called I Eat It!, and this week I ate the hell out of some sorbet. For, you know… for science. And for all of you. You’re welcome. Read More I Eat It: Talenti Blood Orange Sorbetto