Monet Springtime
The 19th century French chef Antonin Carême once said, “The fine arts are five in number, namely:  painting, sculpture, poetry, music and architecture, the principle branch of this latter being pastry.”  This recipe is adapted from “Les 366 menus de Baron Brisse avec 1200 recettes et un calendier nutritive (The 366 Menus of Baron Brisse with 1200 recipes and One Nutritional Calendar)” of 1875. — Maite Gomez-Réjon. Adapted from the ArtBites tour of The Walter Museum. Recipe adapted from "Baking with Julia" by Dorie Greenspan. *Note: Pictured is one of the works of art that inspired this recipe.
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People shy away from caramel because they think it's some complicated process that needs a candy thermometer. This recipe shows you that there's an easy, fast, and delicious way to make a caramel-esque sauce for your next ice cream sundae. 
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Le Bleu Glacier
If you're in the mood for a sweet cocktail, the Le Bleu Glacier is a the beverage to go to. Created by the staff at the Four Seasons Resort Jacksole Hole, the mixture of local huckleberries, sugar, vanilla, and vodka make for a beverage that can be enjoyed both in the summer and the winter months. The smoked cheddar garnish gives the drink a unique addition, taking it up one more notch.
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Berry Red Spritzer
The Josh Cellars Berry Red Spritz is fruity yet powerful! Made with Josh Cellars Merlot, this refreshing spritz has hints of rich Bing cherry, mocha, raspberry and cocoa powder flavors with a luxurious finish. The Berry Red Spritzer offers a delightful twist on a classic wine!
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Use your cubed cake for a quick and delicious trifle using a seasonal fruit compote. Layer cinnamon-flavored whipped cream, chocolate or vanilla pudding, or even plain Greek yogurt with leftover wedding cake and fruit compote. Click here to see What to Do with Leftover Wedding Cake
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This delicious pudding tastes decadent but is healthy enough that you don’t need to save it for a special-occasion dessert.
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When the markets offer a free box of free berries with the purchase of one at full price, it’s a great deal, and the berries are typically a day away from being too ripe. I use one package with a salad or on cottage cheese, and the second goes into cookies. I often freeze this dough without fruit in it, then thaw and mix with the berries and bake. Refreshingly simple.
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While making pancakes on a busy weekday may not work well, spending a lazy weekend morning cooking and enjoying this delicious breakfast is well worth it. Using whole-grain flour, such as spelt flour, make these less processed and more nutritious, so you will feel sustained longer. The chocolate-coconut drizzle is made from coconut oil and raw cacao powder. The coconut oil contains medium-chain fatty acids, which are known to improve metabolism and thyroid function, promote weight loss, and boost energy.
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Bell peppers are naturally sweet, so why not use them in something sweet? I don’t think many people would think of extracting the sweetness into something like caramel, but the results are pretty phenomenal. 
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Berry Tart
One of the greatest desserts I can think of is this berry tart. It is so easy to prepare, combining an almond-meringue crust with cream and fresh berries. Everyone I know loves it! See all tart recipes.
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Spiced Chocolate Quinoa Pudding with Fresh Berries
I started working with quinoa in Brazil. It's fluffy, light texture and delicate, nutty flavor as well as its powerhouse nutritional profile all interested me. I was inspired to include quinoa by a chocolate-rice pudding I had made when I was younger. It's fun to make this dessert for friends who are unfamiliar with quinoa. They will be so surprised to discover how delicious it is. Click here to see Hubert Keller's Memoir Cookbook.
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