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Bake the Book: Bakeless Sweets

Bake the Book: The Epicurious Cookbook

Strawberry Banana Bread, from Joy the Baker, so good.

This Week at Serious Eats World Headquarters

Is that a piece of pizza in the background of the dogs?

Bake the Book: Baked Elements

Although I can't bake with it very often due to allergies, I love peanut butter. In cookies, brownies, or frosting, it's always good.

We Try All Of The Flavors Of Extra Dessert Delights Gum

I guess the reason that you guys liked the orange creme pop one was the exact opposite reason I disliked it. Tasted too much like it was supposed to be. It't the only one I've tried so far.

Canadian foodies - Anthony Sedlak is dead?! Food Network posted this about a hour ago. Apparently it was an undiagnosed medical condition.

Scoop the Book: Sweet Cream and Sugar Cones from Bi-Rite Creamery

Raspberry and white chocolate with dark chocolate chunks. I have to buy it in small containers so I don't go overboard eating it.

Bake the Book: 'Joy the Baker Cookbook'

Can I chose Joy as my favourite baking blog? If not, I would have to go with Tracy from Shutterbean. I spent three or four hours one day reading all of her posts. She's also really good at replying to questions and the such on her twitter.

Knead the Book: 'The Italian Baker'

My mom's spaghetti was last, and I'm going to be attempting to make pizza tonight.

Chocoholic: White Chocolate Cheesecake with Cherry Topping

Looks great! But is it a water 'bath' or are you missing another word in with water batch?

BraveTart: How to Make Your Own Nilla Wafers

I second that, especially in mini cheesecakes, they fit perfectly in a muffin tin.

Pre-Order the Serious Eats Book by October 31, Get a Free Tote Bag and Pawtographed Bookplate!

Could canadians possibly order from Chapters online and still get the tote bag/bookplate?

Book Giveaway: Pastry Paris, Because Everything in Paris Looks Like Dessert

I'm a fan of cream cheese and fruit tarts. Chocolate croissants are a very close second.

Bake the Book: 'CakeSpy Presents Sweet Treats for a Sugar-Filled Life'

I love the photo of the cupcake drinking the diet coke. For a food creation, it would be the devilled eggs with the chocolate eggs.

6 Twists on the BLT

I think you're missing the link for the fried green tomato blt. And I like having my blt on a wrap so that you don't have to deal with so much bread.

Bake the Book: 'The Cookiepedia'

Chocolate chip and simple sugar cookies for friends going away to college.

You Asked The Food Lab 164 Questions. Here Are 164 Answers

Is it just in Canada that we can get hot dogs AND buns in twelve packs?

Share Your Sweets Topic for Sept 13: Quick Breads

I tried to send one, and I heard the little whoosh *I have a mac*, and thought I was done. However, it's now in my draft file. I don't want to resend it if you already have it. Thanks!

Giveaway: Enter to Win This Panasonic Breadmaker

Sourdough, or freshly homemade bread.

Cookie Monster: Lemon Poppy Sandwich Cookies

These sound amazing, and once I'm back at a proper kitchen *one with an oven, I will be making these.

We're Looking for Photo Interns!

I'd love this. Except the only requirement I meet at this time is a love of food.

Sponsored Giveaway: Enter to Win Tervis Products

My mom likes to keep old pesto jars for drinking. They have measurements on the side and we keep the lids if you can't finish it all.

Bread Baking: It's Just White Bread

Bread Baking: It's Just White Bread

How would this change if you didn't use bread flour, just AP?

Introducing: Nick Malgieri Week

I recently bought "The Modern Baker" and have pretty much read it front to back as bedtime reading. Now just to start making things from it.

Pastry School: worth it?

Hi there! I've been reading lots of blogs and talk posts etc about culinary school and how most chefs don't really care if you go or not, they just want to know if you cook. I was wondering if the same thing applied to pastry school. Thanks!

Learning to cook

I'm teaching a friend how to cook before she leaves for college. We've had a few disagreements on how this should be done. She wants to get a cookbook like 'the joy of cooking' and just follow the recipes. I have thought that it might be better to take things like boxed meals and change them up such as hamburger helper and adding crushed tomatoes. I was thinking that this way would be easier because she won't have access to a large storage area for all the basics etc. Thanks!

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