This Massachusetts spice cookie dates back 200 years and was originally made with seawater and rum.
Beyond this dessert's shocking bright red color, there's something more-an extra-tender cake and fluffy cream cheese frosting.
It's been over 35 years since once-renowned Ebinger's Baking Company in Brooklyn closed its doors. We set out to recreate one of its most beloved recipes.
This coffee cake with the odd name-so called because the girl who created it for the Pillsbury Grand National Baking Contest said that teenage boys found it irresistible-is a moist cake with blueberries and a light streusel topping.
The origins of this classic confection date to the early part of the 20th century to either coastal Maine or the rich baking tradition of the Pennsylvania Dutch. In either case, we wanted to update the slightly fusty, lard-laced recipe.
Today grasshopper pie means ice cream. But it started off as a mint and chocolate chiffon dessert based on a Prohibition-era cocktail. We went retro and brought back the original.