No-Worry Desserts for New Cooks & 7-Spiced Deviled Eggs

No-Worry Desserts for New Cooks & 7-Spiced Deviled Eggs

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Emma Christensen
Apr 29, 2011

Last year, we were whipping up chocolate whiskey pot de crèmes and chocolate-covered ice cream bites in the kitchen (while pausing for some deviled egg palate cleansers). Elsewhere, we talked about blind baking techniques, black-and-white kitchens, and sources for pretty cake decorations.

The posts pictured above are in bold below.

These seven-spiced deviled eggs make an excellent midday snack.

• Our efforts at using pomegranate juice to naturally color red velvet cupcakes were...unsuccessful.

Mini-tiered cake pans are adorable and surprisingly easy to use!

• A kitchen with these bakery-inspired details would be sure to bring out your inner baker.

Simple and sweet: meringue kisses are one of our favorite treats.

While they might make you feel European, these biscotti are all American.

• Check out the checkered floor in this black and white kitchen!

Scared of baking? Here are eight worry-free desserts just for you.

• A round-up of our favorite sources for all those adorable cake-toppers, muffin cups, and edible do-dads you see in pastry shops.

• Fancy pants chocolate whiskey pot de crèmes are sure to impress.

The difference between baking soda and baking powder, explained!

• Do you have special plates just for dessert?

An amazing kitchen redesign. We love the subway tiles on the wall!

• Blind baking: here's how it's done.

• With beautiful cookie jars like these, we'd be sneaking cookies all the time.

Some might have coffee or brandy; we'll take one of these dessert beers.

• These chocolate-dipped ice cream bites seem like they should be impossible, but are actually surprisingly easy!

A Year Ago and a Week: Pairing Beer with Food and Cooking without Onions

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