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Bake the Book: Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Moscato Apricots

Ports and grappas are fine for rounding out meals during the chillier months, but in the summer only an after-dinner Moscato will do. Light and fizzy with notes of apricot and orange blossom, Moscato is full of absolutely gorgeous stone fruit flavors. While I'd be perfectly happy sipping Moscato all summer long, Romney Steele author of Plum Gorgeous went a step further with this Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Moscato Apricots, incorporating the sweet wine into a dessert that radiates summer sunshine. More

Sweet Technique: How to Make Panna Cotta

Every cook should have panna cotta in his or her bag of tricks. It's understated but delightfully creamy, and it looks gorgeous on the plate. It takes only minutes to prep (although the taste and texture suggest much greater effort), and once it has had time to set, panna cotta can be pulled out of the fridge and served instantly, making it the perfect dinner party finish. Best of all, it's completely versatile, pairing well with fruit sauces from any season, as well as chocolate, caramel, and even balsamic vinegar. More

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