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Strawberry Rhubarb Panna Cotta


Today I’ve got these amazing little jars of panna cotta. This is the first time I’ve made it and I don’t know what I was waiting for, because this is the single easiest and most delicious and decadent dessert ever invented. To top these, I made a puree out of frozen and defrosted strawberries and rhubarbs. Rhubarb season is so short, I always make sure to keep some in my freezer for whenever I get a craving.


Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I’m partnering with my friends at KitchenAid to help bring awareness for breast cancer research. KitchenAid’s has a long-standing partnership with Susan G. Komen® for the Cure (they’ve helped them raise over 9 million dollars for breast cancer research to date) and we’re thrilled to be doing our small part by participating in the “Pass the Plate” program.


It starts with a unique Villeroy & Boch plate designed by Jacques Pepin. The idea of the program is to register your plate on KitchenAid’s website, make a dish, serve it on the plate and then “Pass” it to a friend. Easy right? The friend would then register their plate on KitchenAid’s website, make a dish, serve it on the plate and “Pass” it to another friend. This can go on forever (and we hope it does). Each Time someone new registers the plate, KitchenAid donates $5 to Susan G. Komen®. It’s as easy as that.

For more information on Pass the Plate, visit   For more information on Cook for the Cure, visit

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Disclaimer: I was sent a complimentary Cook for the Cure plate from KitchenAid in conjunction with this giveaway. All opinions 100% mine.

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