Chiffon—a lightweight, sheer fabric with gossamer quality. When used in clothing, it gives an elegant, floating appearance. Chiffon cake, much like the fabric, is airy. It also has the richest of pound cake with the lightness of angel food.
Last weekend, we gathered at Brooklyn Bridge Park for the much anticipated picnic of the New York food clan. With the warmth of the sun and a cool river breeze, we spread our haul of dishes prepped at home, across two long tables, and started the charcoal on the grill. The feast could have fed […]
It has been years since my dad passed away, Do I miss him? Absolutely, Do I think of him every moment? It’s less thinking and more of who I am; there will always be a part of him within me. My father had instilled a lot of wisdom in me yet his last words […]
Macaroons have long been a staple at the Passover table—confections made with shredded coconut and usually egg whites and sugar, baked to a slightly crunchy exterior and a soft chewy center. I think they are one of the most under-rated cookies around because they are too many versions that are overly sweet and sticky.
A couple of weeks ago, I posted the question: are four sticks (1 pound) of butter a bit excessive to make 12 muffin-size cakes? The responses were quite interesting. Most said yes, but a handful of folks actually said it’s justified, if these mini cakes are like pound cakes.
Last week, I blogged about being naughty and not conforming to a post New Year’s diet. Eating healthier year round has always been my approach, so an occasional slice of cake won’t lead me into a downward spiral of gluttony.
Hungry Rabbit is a food journal written by Ken, who lives in food-centric New York. Desserts are the main focus, and he also shares his passion for all things food-related: inspirations, surprises, and everyday discoveries.