The toasty, salty-sweet, and slightly funky miso works its umami magic on the three kinds of fresh cheese in this no-bake cheesecake. If you like salted caramel ice cream, you will love this.
Intended to calm the palate and stomach following the main course, the dessert is usually sweet, maybe just a desert wine, but can also could be a cheese selection, a simply a coffee.
The crisp golden surface encases a slightly chewy and intensely flavoured centre. The banana, walnuts, cacao nibs, and sourdough starter contribute their unique strengths to shape these awesome sweet sourdough waffles.
Creamy and complex, this nigori sake-infused panna cotta pairs perfectly with the sweet yet tart blueberry reduction. Truly a “greater than the sum of its parts” experience.
Hotteok is Korean street food. The dough is wrapped around a sweet filling, normally a mix of sugar, nuts, spices, and then shallow fried. In this hotteok recipe, the filling is a delicious blueberry reduction and a slice of brie.
Do you find a good gin and tonic irresistible? This is the ice cream for you. Unlike many ice creams, this ice cream is a team player, working perfectly with the blueberry gin reduction.
Rough and ready. So quick to put together, yet this rustic apple and peach tart is so incredibly delicious with a good vanilla ice cream.