Summer-sweet corn and buttermilk come together to make this soufflé from Smoke & Pickles: Recipes and Stories from a new Southern Kitchen. Boosted with a cup of cornmeal, this dessert takes the satisfying density of spoonbread and lightens it with a meringue.
'Souffle' on Serious Eats
Making an entire cake for your romantic Valentine's Day dinner feels silly, so here's the remedy: two classic French desserts—Coeur à la Crème with Raspberries and a White Chocolate Soufflé—that are scaled down for two.
Before the proliferation of molten chocolate lava cakes on restaurant dessert menus in the last quarter of the 20th century, there was the chocolate soufflé. Rich and decadent, yet impossibly fluffy with its warm, oozing center, chocolate soufflé is the great grandmother to all of the warm, partially baked chocolate desserts that followed. Learn how to make it right here.