Strawberry Shortcake from Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook.
Our CSA is giving us strawberries this week, and I haven't tackled biscuits yet.
So far what I've tried from this cookbook has been great. I made the Sfogliatelle, which were suprisingly easy (well, easier then I thought they would be) and tasted awesome. The Cherry-Cheese Strudel was tasty but I couldn't get it to look very pretty. I'll try again during cherry season though. I made the Coconut Cake, which was a cake version of the awesome looking coconut cupcakes Martha made on her show during cupcake week. The cake was amazing, although the seven-minute frosting she recommends was too sweet for my taste. I adapted the recipe to include mango mousse and raspberry jam as the filling- I wish my mousse had turned out better though.
I must make something from Mangoes and Curry Leaves, a gorgeous book by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid. I will probably start out with a chicken dish like Aromatic Slow Cooked Chicken, and maybe a dal.
This month's Martha Stewart Living has an intriguing Lemon Chamomile pie I am dying to try. . .