When I first saw this S-XL baking pan, I thought it was pretty cool. It's a silicone mold that pre shapes any cake into fifteen separate, different sized slices. It allows one person to have a small piece and another to have a large piece. Yet, the more I thought about it, the more I disliked it. It won't really work for any cake; what happens to the indentations when you frost it? Actually, with the uneven layers, can you even frost it? What do you think?
Posts for November 10th 2007
Carrots are one of those veggies that I don't often cook with. Sure I throw them in a salad, but when I think of making a delicious side dish to pair with an extraordinary roast, carrots don't always come to mind. That is, until now! I came across this scrumptious recipe for a carrot and cranberry gratin and can't wait to give it a try.
This colorful side dish is an excellent addition to any holiday table. The honey slightly sweetens the carrots and the apple juice makes the cranberries burst. It's a wonderful accompaniment to pork, turkey, or duck. To get the recipe to this bright side, read more