I’ve enjoyed these for dessert at Culprit restaurant and knew they’d be my next Friday Baking recipe. Not a conventional one but a slight combination of Ginger Gems and Ginger Kisses. As they have fresh cream and jam, fill just before serving.
Chocolate and dates pair beautifully with rich, warm spices. With its dense, truffle like texture and topped with a salted caramel sauce, the final flourish of thick yoghurt with a sprinkle of coconut sugar makes it the perfect weekend treat!
This is among the easiest, most flavorful preparations of greens imaginable, and it pairs beautifully with almost any vaguely Asian roasted meat or fish. It is also exceptional on its own, with rice. You could swap out the bok choy for broccoli, if that's all you have, or chard, or beet greens. (Photo: Rikki Snyder for The New York Times)