Because this recipe has so few ingredients, it's critical that every element be at its best.
I try to avoid sugar, but this fruit-based dessert satisfies my craving when I want something sweet.
We have no idea if this dish comes from France, but its clever simplicity feels utterly French to us.
There is not a woman of any age whose heart will not beat a little more quickly when this gorgeous sweet is placed on the table.
Blurring the lines between ice cream and mousse, simplicity and finesse, nostalgia and novelty, this is the kind of dessert that’s hard to categorize but easy to love.
The juicy crushed berries make a nice spread with bread, and a delicious filling for cake. But this kind of sweet preserve also has a place on the dinner table.
Peaches (or nectarines), raspberries, red currants, strawberries, and other berries that share the season are happy companions.