Recipe Roundup: October 9, 2012

 

The blogosphere’s sprawling universe of recipes is inspiring, diverse, and—let’s face it—a bit daunting. Our recipe roundup does all the heavy sifting to single out recent, mouthwatering recipes from our favorite blogs. All you have to do is click and cook! Here’s what we’ve been eyeing this week.

 

Cherry Tomatoes, Greyling Gin, and Sea Salt Bar Snack [The Kitchn]

This barely counts as a recipe: simply buy a bottle of handmade gin, dip the last of the season's cherry tomatoes in it, and roll the tomatoes in salt. But sometimes the best recipes are the simplest ones.

 

Swordfish with Sweet and Hot Peppers [NYT]

Melissa Clark tames the heat of fresh chili peppers with a sauté of... Read more >

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Recipe: Honey–Yuzu Consommé with Raspberry Salad and Mascarpone Sorbet

Honey–Yuzu Consommé with Raspberry Salad and Mascarpone Sorbet The lucky diners at Laurent Gras's series of JBF LTD dinners were treated to this gorgeous and refreshing dessert: creamy mascarpone sorbet in a pool of tangy honey–yuzu broth, topped with fresh raspberries and lemon confit. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe: Cornmeal Crêpes with Strawberries, Mascarpone, and Rosemary

Cornmeal Crêpes with Strawberries, Mascarpone, and RosemaryFilled with strawberry conserva and topped with nutmeg-scented mascarpone, these toasty and tasty crêpes make us wish we had time for something more ambitious than our usual grab-and-go breakfast routine during the workweek. Thankfully, they also make a great dessert. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe: Strawberry Pavlova with Saffron Custard

Strawberry Pavlova with Saffron Custard Like an elaborate ballgown, this gorgeous pavlova from New Zealand chef Ben Batterbury surprises and delights with its many beautiful layers. A savory saffron custard anchors the meringue, creamy mascarpone cuts through its sweetness, and a generous topping of ruby red strawberries makes it a dinner-party showstopper. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe: Pavlova

Pavlova Last night Australian chef Adrian Richardson served this light and sweet pavlova at the Beard House. Delightful in its textural contrast—a bite into the crunchy exterior exposes a gooey center that mimics marshmallow—the dessert is a joy to eat. Richardson tops his with mascarpone and passion fruit, but any light fruit will do.

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