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Daniel: My French Cuisine

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Daniel: My French Cuisine is the latest book from Chef Daniel Boulud. The book is huge, weighing in at more than five pounds, but despite its size and the fact that it is packed with beautiful photography, this is much more than just a coffee table book. The book is actually divided into several distinct sections and all of them are well worth reading – ... Read More »

Butter Baked Goods

Butter Baked Goods

Unless you live in Vancouver, you might not be familiar with Butter Baked Goods, a tiny bakery that specializes in homestyle baked goods, candies and desserts. Then again, you might have seen some of their products – like their well-known marshmallows – in retail stores because they are so popular that more than 300 retailers carry them. There is a lot more to the bakery ... Read More »

The Model Bakery Cookbook

The Model Bakery Cookbook

The Model Bakery has been a Napa Valley favorite for more than 80 years. The bakery produces all kinds of artisan breads, as well as pastries, pies and other baked goods, but their signature item is the english muffin featured on the front of the cookbook and that simple bread is one of the things that keeps people coming back again and again. The Model ... Read More »

The Dollop Book of Frosting

The Dollop Book of Frosting

Frosting is the stuff you put on top of a cupcake, or in between the layers of a whoopie pie. People often pay more attention to what the frosting is going onto than to the frosting itself. The fact is that a good frosting can make or break a dessert and sometimes all you need is to get out of the rut of making plain ... Read More »

One Bowl Baking

One Bowl Baking

Everyone wants to be able to bake from scratch, but many don’t because of the time required to do so. It can seem like a daunting task when a recipe has instructions that are two pages long. Even people who bake a lot appreciate a recipe that can be mixed up and put into the oven in just a few minutes. One Bowl Baking: Simple, ... Read More »

Real Snacks: Make Your Favorite Childhood Treats Without All the Junk

Real Snacks Cookbook

There are many snacks that we feel nostalgia for. Some snack cakes bring up memories of swapping snacks with friends at lunchtime. Some potato chips remind us of watching cartoons after school. It is tempting to revisit these old favorites – but when you do, you often find that they don’t taste as good as you remember. This is due to a combination of things, ... Read More »

I Scream Sandwich

I Scream Sandwich

Most of us don’t feel like baking during hot weather, but it’s hard to turn down a cookie even when it feels like an oven outside. Bakers need to do a little bit of advance planning during the summer so that they can bake while it’s cool outside and still have treats to eat when it is hot. An ice cream sandwich is one of ... Read More »

The S’mores Cookbook

S'mores Cook Book

S’mores are the kind of treat that is a pleasure when you’re a kid and a guilty pleasure when you’re an adult. The combination of graham cracker, chocolate and marshmallow is one that is good in any format and doesn’t require a campfire to make. In The S’mores Cookbook: From S’mores Stuffed French Toast to a S’mores Cheesecake Recipe, Treat Yourself to S’more of Everything, ... Read More »

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