Win a Copy of 'Baked Occasions'

Any type of layer cake says special occasion to me.

Win a Copy of 'Ovenly'

Chocolate covered pretzels.

Win a Copy of 'Seriously Delish'

Win a Copy of 'Sweet and Vicious: Baking With Attitude'

Extra peanut buttery, super fat brownies.

Win a Copy of 'Robicelli's: A Love Story, With Cupcakes'

I stick the classics with cupcakes so I'll go yellow cake with chocolate frosting.

Win a Serious Eats Edition KettlePizza Baking Steel Combo for Father's Day!

My dad doesn't discriminate when it comes to pizza, but I think he really, really loves the classics.

Cook the Book: 'The Homesick Texan's Family Table' by Lisa Fain

Bake the Book: The Model Bakery Cookbook

So many things! But I'd be sure to have an awesome coffee cake.

Win Pop Chart Lab's 'Cooking Measurements Tea Towel'

Doubling the recipe for pumpkin pie filling and realizing about 3/4 of the way through I had stopped doubling somewhere along the way… and no clue where that was.

Bake the Book: The Irish Pantry

Cook the Book: 'Lighten Up, America!'

Quality over quantity.

Bake the Book: One Bowl Baking

A chunk of chocolate dipped in peanut butter.

Bake the Book: Sweet

Perfect crumb cake.

Cook the Book: 'Flour, Too'

A fat cinnamon roll or sugar cookie with royal icing.

Bake the Book: Mad Hungry Cravings

Chocolate or anything bread-y and covered in melted cheese.

Bake the Book: Nigellissima

I'm tempted to say gelato because I'm an ice cream girl, but if I'm eating Italian, I have to go cannoli.

Cook the Book: 'Classic Snacks Made from Scratch'

Triscuits and cream cheese.

Valentine's Day Giveaway: Win This Prime Rib

A good dessert.

Bake the Book: Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook

Tall layer cakes with super thick frosting.

Bake the Book: Bouchon Bakery

almond croissants

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Korin Chef Knife

There's something really satisfying about chopping crunchy vegetables.

Have You Tried Tim Tams?

Currently living in Australia (for about 3 years now)... the best flavors are the dark chocolate and the double coat. I think they taste better frozen (or at least cold) and that helps with the slam and hot drinks. You can also do the slam with a glass of ice cold milk, which is pretty fantastic.

Bake the Book: The Epicurious Cookbook

Peanut butter brownies or chocolate chip cookies.

Bake the Book: Vintage Cakes

It really depends on my mood: chocolate with chocolate frosting, classic white with white, yellow with chocolate, carrot or banana with a good cream cheese frosting... and yes, I'm fully aware this might indicate a slight addiction.

Cook the Book: 'The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook'

Looking for a recipe for rum balls

So I'm not too familiar with rum balls (I've had them a few times), but I've had a request to make them. I've looked up a few recipes and have found variations using chocolate wafer crumbs, crumbled cake, ground nuts, or melted chocolate chips. Can anyone recommend the best method or a killer recipe? I think I want one that does have chocolate. Thanks!!!

Best Way to Store Brownies

I'm looking for the best way to keep brownies fresh. I baked some peanut butter brownies as a thank you on Thursday night, brought them to the office Friday, and the recipient isn't here so he'll have to get them Monday. They're already cut, and I was thinking the freezer, but I'm not sure if the fridge would be better. Any advice and tips are appreciated!

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