brown butter banana cake recipe
Try this brown butter banana cake with toasted coconut mascarpone cheese recipe from Executive Chef Caprial Pence of Bookstore Bar & Café.
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BREAKFAST EGG WAFFLE
This simple egg waffle offers endless opportunities to customize the morning staple to your liking. Add fruit, substitute Nutella for syrup or skip the mascarpone. You have the power to make this dish your own, but first learn the basics. This recipe is courtesy of Simply Healthyish Recipes.
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Blueberry Blintzes
If you’re feeding a crowd, baking blintzes in a large pan rather than making them individually will make your hosting life so much easier.This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
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Trifle
Layers of softened sponge fingers, rich mascarpone cream, zingy rhubarb, crunchy biscuits, and freshly made custard are piled on top of each other for a stunning springtime dessert.This recipe is courtesy of Taste.com.
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Butternut Squash and Sage Latkes with Maple Mascarpone
These latkes are easy to make, have a beautiful orange color from the butternut squash, and just a hint of sweetness from the maple syrup-spiked mascarpone.
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This dish is ideal for any Super Bowl party as it’s very versatile. It can be served either hot or cold, making it my go-to dish to bring whenever gathering with friends. The trick is that I use fresh crab, which makes a big difference in the taste.
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This creamy and spicy fish-stuffed ravioli from New York City's Antica Pesa is unique and flavorful, and the end result will have you amazed with what you can do in the kitchen.
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What's a crossbone, you ask? It's the double porterhouse version of a lamb — the saddle of the animal that essentially gives you every cut you'd order separately. This recipe makes bacon with the lamb, and serves it with a light watercress salad and flavorful smoked barley.    Want more from David Burke? Check out his weekly column on The Daily Meal. 
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Butternut Squash Ravioli
This is hands down my favorite way to use butternut squash. It's creamy, flavorful, filled with the flavors of fall, and best of all, it's easy to put together (with a little help from the store). See all ravioli recipes.
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Tiramisu Cake
In my family, the cooking is left to the ladies in our home kitchen and the baking is left to my father, at our pastry shop. Ergo, when it came time to decide upon a recipe I chose a cake to test my own baking chops, with just a little bit of help. Classic tiramisu is made usually in a sheet pan or a glass casserole dish so the sponge is left to soak. However, in this instance, our rendition is dressed up a bit, in a cake form to make it easier to slice and serve. This version is still rich in espresso essence and holds truth to its Italian handle.
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Fettuccine with Apples, Prosciutto, & Mascarpone
When apples come into season in the Northeast, it takes all the willpower you have not to devour every last one you bought from the farmers market right there on the spot. But, if you manage to save a couple, I recommend this fall-inspired pasta featuring a salty-sweet combo of apple and prosciutto. Click here to see the 8 Ways to Use Apple Other Than Pie story.
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Chocolate Hazelnut Pie
Here's a rich chocolate pie flavored with hazelnuts and Frangelico hazelnut liqueur. I chose to use a combination of both dark chocolate and white chocolate — the result was lighter but still with the richer taste of dark chocolate; sort of perfect actually.See all pie recipes.
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