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The trouble with the holiday season is the baking guilt. The issue is that I don't like baking.
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Lawyer-turned-baker Warren Brown's fourth cookbook "Pie Love: Inventive Recipes for Sweet and Savory Pies, Galettes, Pastry Cremes, Tarts, and Turnovers," offers pie bakers of all levels recipes that are imaginative, informative and full of flavorful fun.
Honoring family tradition during the holidays usually starts with recreating the recipes everyone loves.
Engineering the perfect cookie: You can control the diameter and thickness of your favorite chocolate chip cookies by changing the temperature of the butter and the amount of flour in the dough.
Ahh. Just as you're leaning back, congratulating yourself that your Thanksgiving shopping is done and you've finished the stuff that can be done ahead, a sudden thought strikes: What about breakfast? The first thing to remember is that eggs are always a great standby.
It is Christmas cookie time 101. The following is a list of 'must haves' that make my baking experience a little less stressful and fun: 2. A small cookie scoop keeps the cookies the same size and makes it quicker to drop the cookies on the sheet 3. Butter gives your cookies a yummy taste of yummy and a melt in your mouth texture 4. Individual ... (more)
Looking for recipes for all those Thanksgiving turkey leftovers? You may be tired of the same old turkey soup, but this recipe for turkey tortilla soup in the crock pot is a delicious way to change things up.
Washoku, the traditional cuisine of Japan, is being considered for designation as part of the world's priceless cultural heritage by the U.N. this week.
What is your favorite recipe from the iconic Pillsbury Bake-Off? Mine might be Orange Kiss Me Cake or possibly Peanut Butter Blossom cookies .
Who doesn't love chocolate truffles? They are the essence of chocolate, and a sure-fire mood enhancer.
Celery is such a common ingredient that it's easy to overlook its bulbous cousin, celeriac, often called celery root.
If you're making the time and effort to bake for the holidays you want to have success on your side.
Tradition has long dictated we round off the dinner with Christmas pudding decked with holly and flamed with brandy or whisky.
Rillettes can be used as a canape or cold starter. We often serve a combination of small bowls of rillettes, toast, cornichons and salad when guests first sit down.
The weather outside is frightful, but your diet doesn't have to be. Soup is a great healthy way to fill up without bulking up - on calories that is.
Instead of standing behind desks, medical students with the Eastern Division of West Virginia University School of Medicine stood behind cooking tables Nov. 22 as part of a MedChefs class through Blue Ridge Community and Technical College's Hospitality and Culinary Arts Program.