With all of the excitement surrounding the Duchess of Cambridge's big 30th birthday, it seems only fitting to celebrate it with one of her favorite desserts. It has been reported that Kate is crazy for sticky toffee pudding. Perhaps that's the secret to her stunning physique and silky locks. If so, we'll be whipping up a batch tonight. Want more of Kate's culinary picks? Find out what her favorite drink is!
Each year, the Fancy Foods Show — which showcases all the newest, latest food products on the market — promises to be a roller coaster ride on the stomach. I was beginning to think 2010 was tame in comparison to previous years — until I found an assortment of cheeses from the UK that came in flavors such as apple pie and sticky toffee. As someone who's usually underwhelmed by cheesecake, the idea of sweet cheese doesn't really appeal to me. I tried some, and promptly regretted it. Would you go for it?
On Tuesday, I revealed what Barack Obama would be eating for his last supper before the big day. Many of you were impressed by the elegant-sounding menu — but in particular, you were dreaming of the dessert, a warm sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream.
Our stars must be aligned: for my favorite uncle's birthday last weekend, I made this dream of a cake from a recipe in Sheila Lukins's stellar new book, Ten. In case you didn't know, sticky toffee pudding isn't actually a pudding. Rather, it's a traditional British dessert that's made with date-flavored sponge cake and drenched in a toffee sauce. With its moist cake and gooey, syrupy caramelized sauce, this dessert is bound to catch on in the United States. To make this simple cake for yourself, read more