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Little Sweets and Bakes

Little Sweets and Bakes

While cupcakes aren’t quite as hot as they were a few years ago, we all still love small, bite sized desserts. They’re cute to look at, fun to make and very easy to serve. Where cupcakes once completely dominated the small dessert market, bakers are experimenting with all kinds of different mini desserts these days, including cake pops, macarons and whoopie pies – and you’ll ... Read More »

The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Dessert Cookbook

The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Dessert Cookbook

It is always a pleasure to find an old, worn recipe card that looks like it contains a recipe that has been made and enjoyed many times over the years. Those heirloom recipes often stir up memories of spending time with family. Those familiar flavors are exactly what you’ll find in The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Dessert Cookbook: 100 Delicious Heritage Recipes from the Farm and ... Read More »

Easy As Pie Pops: Small in Size and Huge on Flavor and Fun

Easy As Pie Pops: Small in Size and Huge on Flavor and Fun

Pie pops are the pie’s answer to cake pops: bite-sized pies that sit atop a stick that deliver just as much cuteness as they do flavor. Easy As Pie Pops: Small in Size and Huge on Flavor and Fun is a cookbook devoted to these little treats, with dozens of recipes so that you can make your own and tips that will help them to ... Read More »

The Southern Pie Book

The Southern Pie Book

Pies are a classic American dessert that everyone can enjoy because there are so many different flavors and textures that you can put into a pie. The Southern Pie Book puts plenty of these recipes all in one place, with dozens of recipes featuring all different types of pies. Pies aren’t exclusive to the South, of course, but there does seem to be a very ... Read More »

Baking By Hand: Make the Best Artisanal Breads and Pastries Better Without a Mixer

Baking By Hand: Make the Best Artisanal Breads and Pastries Better Without a Mixer

Stand mixers were developed to make the process of baking easier for commercial bakers, and they caught on with home bakers who wanted to be able to do things more easily, too. Mixers definitely made the process of mixing bread dough and whisking up cake batter a lot easier, and the machines became so popular that they were gradually accepted as a standard tool for ... Read More »

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 »

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