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Drop Scale Aims to Make Baking Easier

Drop Baking Scale

Bakers will tell you that everyone should have a kitchen scale at home. It may seem easier to scoop up a cup of this and a tablespoon of that, but measuring your ingredients will give you more accurate and more consistent results in the long run. Many people avoid scales because they just seem like extra work, though scale-lovers swear that they streamline the baking ... Read More »

iPad Stand Cutting Board

iPad Cutting Board

It’s very handy to have an ipad around in the kitchen because it means that you can easily reference your favorite food blogs and use e-cookbooks, like The Baking Bites Cookbook. The most difficult thing about bringing a tablet into the kitchen is trying to decide where to put it to keep it handy, while not getting exposing it to too much kitchen mess. This ... Read More »

Announcing The Baking Bites Cookbook Kindle Edition!

Baking Bites Kindle Cover

A few years ago, I released The Baking Bites Cookbook. It was (and still is) a beautiful paperback cookbook that featured more than 50 recipes and tempting full-page, color photos of every baked good inside. I have gotten many requests to update the book and make it available in a digital format, and I just recently put the finishing touches on The Baking Bites Cookbook ... Read More »

iSpoon Kitchen Stylus

iSpoon Kitchen Stylus

It is great to keep your tablet handy in the kitchen, whether it is an iPad or some other tablet, since you can easily reference all your favorite recipes, blogs (like Baking Bites, of course) and even whole cookbooks as you cook without cluttering up your counterspace. The downside of keeping a tablet in the kitchen is that there is always a chance you might ... Read More »

Williams-Sonoma Smart Tools iPad Screen Shields

Williams Sonoma Screen Shield

It is very handy to have tablets like iPads around in the kitchen. You can easily watch demo videos and access recipes from your favorite websites without having to print them out. The only problem with using an iPad in the kitchen is that it is quite an expensive cookbook and there is always a risk of spilling something on it or coating it with flour ... Read More »

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