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Indian Lamb Meatballs with Mint, Coriander, and Lime Chutney

Indian Lamb Meatballs with Mint, Coriander, and Lime Chutney

Today I’m sharing a recipe that I’ve made so often I’ve been taking it for granted. These aromatic Indian-inspired meatballs have been a go-to dish of mine for years. I make them as an appetizer every time I serve an Indian feast, and they inevitably create an overwhelmingly enthusiastic response, often stealing the spotlight from… Continue Reading

Champagne, Comté, and Fresh Thyme Gougères

Champagne, Comté, and Fresh Thyme Gougères

My lactose-intolerant tummy forces me to avoid dairy products in my day-to-day life, but there are cheesy things I simply can’t resist. Gougères are at the top of that irresistible list. I could wolf down a bowl of these savory, cheesy puffs like others would potato chips. Once you try them you’ll understand why they’re… Continue Reading

Lemon Mascarpone Macarons

Lemon Mascarpone Macarons

Making macarons for the first time? Take a look at my All About Macarons page for how-to instructions, troubleshooting tips, and printable templates. Also make sure to check out my detailed and easy-to-follow How to Make French Macarons video class. Given that lemon is my absolute favorite flavor, I’d be hard-pressed to explain why it took me so long to… Continue Reading

Milk Chocolate and Passion Fruit Macarons

Milk Chocolate and Passion Fruit Macarons

This recipe is an attempt to recreate my favorite macaron in the whole wide world: Pierre Hermé’s Mogador, in which a milk chocolate ganache is delightfully infused with exotic passion fruit. It’s one of Hermé’s grands classiques, which include his most straightforward but most popular macarons. My version is almost as transporting as Hermé’s; in… Continue Reading

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