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I don't think I could write a book that didn't include a recipe for trifle somewhere - and this, I tell you, is the trifle to end all trifles. The shiny black of the berries, the soft whiteness of the mascarpone above them and the golden toastiness of the almonds on top, make it, in the first instance, beautiful to look at.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Pots
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Pots: My children love a chocolate chip cookie so gooey on the inside that I can’t really make the outside firm enough to let the cookies keep integrity of form. This, then, is the solution: a cookie dough you bake in a little dish, and then eat with a spoon, dolloped with ice cream or crème fraîche as desired. From #SimplyNigella
Meringue Gelato Cake With Chocolate Sauce
MERINGUE GELATO CAKE WITH CHOCOLATE SAUCE I found this recipe for one of the world's easiest but most delicious desserts in a rather fabulous book, by chef and "culinary philosopher" Gioacchino Scognamiglio, called Il Chichibio: ovvero poesia della cucina, which translates as "The Gallant: or the Poetry of Cooking" (and Chichibio, I should also tell you, was a rakish Venetian cook in Boccaccio's Decameron).
Chocolate Rice Krispie Squares
CHOCOLATE RICE KRISPIE SQUARES Most sugarcraft shops, and some supermarkets, sell sugar or crystallised flowers; mine, here, come from Jane Asher and, in the interests of as much detail as could be helpful, the foil tray I use measures 32 x 20cm and comes from Lakeland.
Chocolate Guinness Cake
CHOCOLATE GUINNESS CAKE This cake is magnificent in its damp blackness. I can't say that you can absolutely taste the stout in it, but there is certainly a resonant, ferrous tang which I happen to love. The best way of describing it is to say that it's like gingerbread without the spices.