RECIPE: Pomegranate Panna Cotta

Italian for “cooked cream,” it is a light, silky-smooth egg custard made with heavy cream and gelatin and typically served with fresh fruit or a fruit purée. Panna cotta originated in the Piedmont area of northern Italy, a region known for its cream. Smooth, silky and creamy, panna cotta is less rich than other types…
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GIFT: Treat House Gluten Free Crispy Rice Treats

Gluten free*, artisanal and an appropriate portion size—two square inches as opposed to those supersized Rice Krispies Treats—the gourmet Crispy Rice Treats from Treat House have been a NIBBLE favorite since they debuted. (Here’s our original review, a Top Pick Of The Week.) These gourmet crispy rice treats (that’s Rice Krispie treats without the trademark…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Pumpkin Custard With Maple Pecan Crunch

As an alternative to pumpkin pie—or perhaps in addition to it—how about some pumpkin custard? It’s eggier and richer than conventional pumpkin pie filling, and because there’s no crust, it’s gluten free. This lovely recipe, from Nielsen Massey, is a guaranteed crowd pleaser. If you don’t have ramekins or custard cups, use 6-ounce tea cups.…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Protein Bakery, Delicious Bites With Extra Protein

“Fitness is my business, baking is my passion,” says Stephen Charles Lincoln, a fitness instructor who enjoys a good brownie and cookie. Way back in 1999, he created the Protein Bakery to bake goodies amped up with whey protein, undetectable to the palate. We only heard about it recently, but we’re thrilled with the result:…
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PRODUCT: Crunchmaster Popped Edamame Chips

Chips for wasabi lovers. Photo by Elvira Kalviste | THE NIBBLE.   We love Crunchmaster: The multigrain crackers were a Top Pick Of The Week. They can be used for anything from snacking to garnishing to making a savory crust. Crunchmaster crackers are Japanese-inspired, from the rice used to make them to usuyaki, the art…
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