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Simply Great Breads

Simply Great Breads

Over the past few years, there has been a tremendous rise in the popularity of artisan breads and there have been many books published on the subject that teach people how to make rustic, crusty loaves in their home kitchens. As good as these types of breads are, they’re not the only style of yeast bread out there and it would be a shame if ... Read More »

Sweet Cream and Sugar Cones

Sweet Cream and Sugar Cones

One of the most fun things about traveling is getting to try regional and local specialties. In some cases, these might be exotic, savory street foods and snacks. In others, it might be getting to taste a scoop of ice cream from an exceptional ice cream shop. Sweet Cream and Sugar Cones: 90 Recipes for Making Your Own Ice Cream and Frozen Treats from Bi-Rite ... Read More »

Sunday Brunch: Simple, Delicious Recipes for Leisurely Mornings

Sunday Brunch: Simple, Delicious Recipes for Leisurely Mornings

Breakfast is a meal that often gets rushed through, as we dash to eat something before heading out to work, the gym or our other daily activities. Brunch, however, is a different story even though the food is the same. Brunch is a meal that we take our time with, eating slowly and relaxing after taking a little extra time to prepare something more than ... Read More »

Muffin Tin Chef

Muffin Tin Chef

Muffin tins get used most often for baking muffins and cupcakes, but they can actually be a surprisingly versatile piece of kitchen equipment and good for producing a lot more than just the occasional batch of muffins. The Muffin Tin Chef: 101 Savory Snacks, Adorable Appetizers, Enticing Entrees and Delicious Desserts is a cookbook that really gets in to this subject and gives you a ... Read More »

The Cookie Dough Lover’s Cookbook

The Cookie Dough Lover's Cookbook

It is always fun to sneak a little taste of homemade cookie dough, whether you’re a little kid or a big kid (adult), even though eating raw cookie dough isn’t necessarily the best idea because of the raw eggs it contains. There is something about the flavor of cookie dough that draws us in time and again. Ben & Jerry’s capitalized on our love of ... Read More »

Push-up Pops

Push Up Pops

Cupcakes started as a dessert trend but became a sweet staple for many of us, which left room for more trends to hit the dessert market after them. One of these trends was for push pop-style cakes, where cake, frosting and other goodies were layered into a push pop container (the same kind you bought from the ice cream truck as a kid) and eaten ... Read More »

Cake Boy

Cake Boy

Eric Lanlard is a French p√Ętissier and a celebrity chef in the UK, who has starred in two popular food shows in addition to owning and running a highly successful pastry shop, Cake Boy. He is a chef that knows his cakes and desserts, and in the book Cake Boy, named after his shop, he introduces home bakers to some of his best recipes and ... Read More »

Cake Simple

Cake Simple

Bundt cakes are the perfect example of simple, no-fuss cakes. This is laregly because they come right out of their pans looking beautiful and need no frosting or other decorations to finish them off. Something like 60 million bundt pans have been sold since the 1950s in the US, if that gives you an idea of just how popular this type of cake is. Cake ... Read More »

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