What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the buttery, flaky goodness that is the buttermilk biscuit? Like most people, you probably associate it with Southern cuisine, and you would be right to think so.
French for perfect, the elegant chocolate parfait was created in the late-1800s as a custard-like puree, which was frozen in a tall glass and daintily chipped away at by hungry cafe-goers equipped with long-handled spoons.
The Chinese military text, The Art of War, puts forward the idea that strategy and tactics are key to warfare. In other words, an educated guess is much better than a mere gut decision when going into battle.
Dessert Advisor has searched high and low to bring you our top 10 list of dessert books designed to help you celebrate World Book Day, a day created by UNESCO way back in 1995 to encourage reading, publishing, and copyright
Earth Day needs little to no introduction so we’ll keep it brief. First celebrated on April 22nd, 1970, it’s recognized as one of the largest civic events in most countries to acknowledge the theme of climate action.
We’ve all heard of the cinnamon roll, but what about its cousin, the cinnamon crescent? This messy looking croissant acts as a mouth-watering nest for buttery cinnamon filling just waiting for you to take a bite.