Mrs. Fields Silicone Scoop N’ Cut Cookie Tool

Mrs. Fields Silicone Scoop N' Cut Cookie Tool

Nothing looks better than a plate of freshly baked, homemade cookies – except for cookies that are all perfectly round and picture-perfect. It can be difficult to get all your cookies to come out the same size and shape, but using a scooping tool will really help make the finished cookies look better, as well as make the dough-scooping process go a lot faster. The ... Read More »

Three Ingredient Lime Sorbet

Homemade Lime Sorbet

Sorbet is a wonderful dessert to make when you want something that is light, but still has lots of flavor. While a scoop of ice crema is still a welcome treat on a hot day, it just won’t refresh you the same way that a fruity sorbet will. Sorbets are typically made with fruit, sugar and water, with other elements added in to add complexity ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

Now that Labor Day has passed, it seems like the fall baking season has officially begun. While part of me wants to embrace pumpkin spice already, the other part of me can’t get past the fact that it is still very summery outside. I’m straddling the line between seasons with some summer and some fall recipes for this week’s Bites from other Blogs. Cooking Divine ... Read More »

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Stovetop Granola

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Stovetop Granola

Homemade granola is always a favorite in my kitchen. It’s a hearty breakfast, an energy-boosting snack when you’re on the go and a fantastic way to add some texture to your favorite yogurt. Granola is not difficult to make, but it can be fairly time consuming to make because most recipes call for a long, slow baking time. On a weekend, I don’t mind spending ... Read More »

A Jewish Baker’s Pastry Secrets

A Jewish Baker's Pastry Secrets

Every bakery has their specialties. For many bakeries these days, those signature recipes include classic American baked goods, such as drop cookies, cupcakes and layer cakes. There are many more traditional bakeries out there that are still in touch with their immigrant roots and serve up specialties that are even more beloved than that cream-filled cupcake. In A Jewish Baker’s Pastry Secrets: Recipes from a ... Read More »

Scenes from LA Times’ The Taste, 2015

Scenes from LA Times' The Taste, 2015

Los Angeles Times’ The Taste is a huge annual food festival that showcases Los Angeles chefs and restaurants, as well as other food and beverage brands. The festival is located on the Paramount Studios backlot, giving it a particularly LA feel – and providing a beautiful backdrop for some fantastic food. The event is broken up into several smaller events – morning and evening over the ... Read More »

6 Wonderful Recipes for Watermelon-Lovers

6 End-of-Summer Dishes for Watermelon Lovers

Watermelon is a summer fruit that makes many appearances in my home during the season. Every bite of the juicy melon practically screams “summer.” The end of melon season is bittersweet because it means that I’ll have to wait several months to get my hands on a fresh crop – but I make the most of it by enjoying watermelons as often as possible as ... Read More »

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