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Princess Cake Recipe

I have been on a long, self-imposed break from the blogging world, but I felt it was necessary to pop-up for a moment to post a recipe for Princess Cake. I made it over 5 years ago from a recipe on iVillage.com (originally from the book Birthday Cakes: Recipes and Memories from Celebrated Bakers), but [...]

by on January 9th, 2011
Too much refined sugar?

As a bakery owner, it was rare to actually leave the store to have a proper meal. I often found myself eating muffins for lunch, or scrounging the last of the oatmeal for a somewhat healthier option. Vegetables and protein weren’t available much, but my body was used to a carb and sugar-heavy diet, so [...]

by on August 16th, 2009
Peace, Love and Matcha

Matcha, and more specifically, matcha cookies, have been traveling through cyberspace and uniting people around the world. All starting with a common recipe, and a goal to make something special for friends and family. I posted the recipe for our green tea (a.k.a. matcha) tea sweets last June, and since then I have been watching [...]

by on March 29th, 2008
Pecan Pie for the Birthday Guy, Again

Andrew loves pecan pie, and I try to make it for him each year on his birthday. When I first started this blog in 2005, I wrote about a pecan pie that I made for his birthday that came out well, but wasn’t our favorite. I got the recipe from Bon App├ętit, and it was [...]

by on March 23rd, 2008
Best Bakery Recipe Finalist

Update: Amai won! See variations of the recipe created by bloggers around the world. — Amai’s Green Tea Sweet recipe is a finalist in the Best Bakery Recipe category for Pastryscoop.com’s Golden Scoop Awards. The three finalists in the category will compete in a blind taste test on June 14, and the winner will be [...]

by on May 15th, 2007
Chips & Chocolate

The secret ingredient to the recipe that won the Betty Crocker Baking Contest was…chips! Anna Ginsberg of Austin, Texas won the $5,000 grand prize for her Chocolate-Topped Peanut-Toffee Bars, a sweet and salty cookie bar made with a pouch of Betty Crocker peanut butter cookie mix and potato chips as a “secret” ingredient. It may [...]

by on April 19th, 2007
Baked Hot Chocolate

I received the new Scharffen Berger book, The Essence of Chocolate, last month and have been looking forward to trying a chocolate recipe for Valentine’s Day. The book’s images, stories and selection of great chocolate recipes are quite impressive. It has everything from fondue to three-bean chili (with cocoa, of course), all contributed by well [...]

by on February 14th, 2007
Tartine Chocolate Pudding

Two of my favorite things to do in the winter are: 1) Eat pudding and 2) Get out of New York and visit California. It’s even better when I can combine these two wonderful things, like I did last year at Tartine Bakery in San Francisco. This neighborhood bakery specializes in classic French desserts, but [...]

by on November 21st, 2006
Chocolate Chips and Peanut Butter

Beyond the classic apple pie, nothing says “America” like chocolate chips and peanut butter. The chocolate chip cookie was invented in the 1930s by a woman named Ruth Wakefield who ran the Toll House Inn in Massachusetts (Nestle later bought the rights to the recipe). Peanut butter, usually passed up by the rest of the [...]

by on July 4th, 2006
Birthday ’06

Hazelnut cake for me!

by on January 18th, 2006

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