Inspired by a similar dessert made famous by La Vina in San Sebastian, Spain, The Workshop baked its own version of the Basque pastry, which is light, custardy
and doesn't have a Graham cracker base.
We sucked the custardy
pulp off the seeds inside cacao pods, smelled clove buds and peeled a bit of bark from a cinnamon tree.
Though we love the smooth, custardy
sweetness, we may hate the additives listed on the carton's back panel.
of Archaeology department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Best was a crema Catalana whose vanilla custardy
richness had been lightened to a froth by being piped through an espuma gun, the resulting mousse crowned with a couple of shards of caramel.
Delightful just as they are (and I must report they are excellent dunkers), I wanted to fancy things up a little and make them a little more substantial, so I thought of a nice custardy
icing, packed with fresh vanilla seeds, along with a nice sharp raspberry jam.
The caneles, still warm, possess that perfect texture--caramelized and crusty, with a custardy
interior--and the speckled mug in my hand was made by a master craftsman.
With everything from traditional custardy
spandauer to cinnamony kanel snegl and choux-like chokolade bolle, it's the perfect place to revel in a bit of a Nordic naughtiness.
It is a cube, four inches high, cloud-like and custardy
inside, buttery crisp around the edges.
One look at the custardy
Spoon Bread, Caramel Cake with Salted Caramel Frosting, Sweet Potato Lemon Bread or the Key Lime Short Bread Cookies and it's desire at first sight, then comforting love at first bite.
I use low-fat milk to make the pudding, but add an egg yolk at the end to impart just enough richness to make the pudding feel custardy
Some are drawn by the deli's silky potato knishes, the custardy
noodle kugel, or the Mario Batali-approved corned beef (the chef, who has a summer home in Michigan, has called Zingerman's his "temple of deliciousness").