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For simple holiday entertaining, take a cue from Italy and select a few quality ingredients that are wonderful alone, but that can dress up

There are several legends about the birth of the Milanese panettone. The most common dates back to the 1476. It tells of Ugo, a

If there is a heaven, I know there is a fat slice of cheesecake waiting for me. A New York-style cheesecake. Made with cream cheese,

There's a dessert that's scarcely known in America but all too familiar in England, where it is today considered the epitome of blandness, no

If you celebrate Passover, you're familiar with this scene: The closing prayers are sung, the last bite of seder brisket is a distant memory,

I used to think that I already knew about every fattening confection known to man or woman until I watched "The Great British Baking