Traditionally, panna cotta, is served on a plate by unmolding a ramekin. If this is your first time making this Italian dessert, my recipe elimates the unmolding. I remember the first time I made this and the mold, for some reason, did not set all the way through. Perhaps the gelatin didn’t dissolve completely. Get creative and use any glass you like, even tea cups! This dessert is light enough to serve after a heavy meal and making it ahead allows for more time with your friends and family. Continue Reading →
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According to What’s Cooking America, gelatin was once considered a sign of wealth, before the commercial version appeared, only members of the elite classes could afford it. It took hours to render gelatin, clarify it, and turn it into fancy aspics, molded salads, desserts. etc. The use of gelatin was a sign that the host or hostess had the means to support a kitchen staff with the skill and time to create such a dish. When gelatin became available commercially it still was a symbol of culinary sophistication. Continue Reading →
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