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Glorious Layered Desserts

Glorious Layered Desserts

Great desserts, like great dishes, should be crafted with layers of flavor. In some cases, this means adding lots of subtle elements that combine into one standout finished product. In other cases, this idea is taken more literally and desserts are constructed with actual layers of flavor and texture. These layered desserts are a lot of fun both to make and to eat, and in ... Read More »

The Soda Fountain

The Soda Fountain

The Soda Fountain celebrates the traditions of the American soda fountain with more than 70 recipes for everything from flavored sodas to multi-flavored sundaes. The book starts with the history of the soda fountain, a tradition which got its start when people began carbonating water and making it readily available to consumers at coffee houses and pharmacies – launching the first soda [water] fountains. Once ... Read More »

First Prize Pies

First Prize Pies

While the fall holiday, around Thanksgiving, season tends to be the time of the year that we bake the most pies, there really is no time that is a bad time for a freshly baked pie. Pies are a food that is so easily customized with seasonal fruits (and vegetables) and other ingredients that they can not only be enjoyed year-round, but they can perfectly ... Read More »

Honey & Oats: Everyday Favorites Baked with Whole Grains and Natural Sweeteners

Honey & Oats: Everyday Favorites Baked with Whole Grains and Natural Sweeteners

Baked goods are an indulgence, especially when you’re talking about desserts and not about simple loaves of bread. Between layers of frosting and generous amounts of sugar, many people feel guilty about eating desserts because of that indulgence, even though it never hurts to indulge at least once in a while! Honey & Oats: Everyday Favorites Baked with Whole Grains and Natural Sweeteners is a ... Read More »

Jenny McCoy’s Desserts for Every Season

Desserts for Every Season

There are many ways to group dessert recipes. You can group them by flavor, by type and even by color – but one of the most appealing ways to group them is by season. This is partly because baking with the seasons allows you to take full advantage of the produce and other ingredients that are at their peak, but it is primarily because we ... Read More »

The Kitchen Pantry Cookbook

The Kitchen Pantry Cookbook

Your kitchen pantry is probably stocked with staples like flour, sugar, dried pasta and canned goods. It is also probably stocked with jars of condiments like ketchup and mustard, pickles and salad dressings, that are waiting to be used. Condiments are often thought of as extras, rather than staples, but the truth is that we rely on them a lot more than you might think ... Read More »

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