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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

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

The most recognizable symbol for the Jewish holiday of Purim is a three-cornered cookie, called a hamantaschen. Purim, which begins March 4, is a particularly

When it comes to Carnival, overindulgence is the whole point: too many parties, too much booze and, in just about every Catholic country, great