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C is for…

Posted by on May 22, 2010
I know a lot of people love cake. Still more people are partial to cupcakes. They fawn over them and create achingly adorable or unusually flavored cupcake versions in mature and delectable flavors like passion fruit or dark mocha.  I like a piece of cake as much as the next person, but that’s as far as it goes. My desire for cake is just average...
I can’t think of a clever title or anything witty to say for this recipe because this is one serious dessert. As such, I will try to maintain a serious mood for this post. Tomorrow night we’re hosting our first Passover Seder since moving to Boston. I’ve been thinking about the menu for some time. Usually I get a bit of inspiration...

Everybody must get sconed

Posted by on March 24, 2010
My notoriously bad puns just keep popping up here. I can’t seem to help it.  Before Passover starts next week, I’ve been trying to get all the urges to cook with leavening out of my system. Maybe this played a part in the weeks of anise cookies, or the slew of bread baking, or the other baking that I’ve been doing. Or, I just really...
A few weeks ago I had outlined the reasoning behind the Italian Cookie Caper. This winter has been an anise-flavored frenzy of cookie baking. I have made around 8 or 9 different versions of anise cookies since sometime in mid-January. I’ve studiously examined different recipes from books and online sources. I’ve combined and mixed different...
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