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Lisa Yockelson
all the buttery adventures from the author of the award-winning BAKING STYLE: ART, CRAFT, RECIPES (cake image ; styling )
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 15
Chill out and pour over ice--a well-loved for "cashew- spin" from Baking Style Diary:
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 15
Somewhere today, on another plane, Julia Child is celebrating her 104th birthday. I salute her by baking a batch of lemon madeleines.
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 13
I toast the memory of with a craggy croquant & flute of champagne, remembering his pastry love of the crispy and the crunchy.
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 10
Overlapping tableau of cookies. Radiates almond flavor. Lovely with tea or coffee.
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 9
cookies. Stubby thick version. Ultra-moist, defined by almond meal/paste. Best ever mate to coffee.
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 6
Back to that bottle of . Current batch of ginger molasses cookies: mellow, chewy, truly bendable.
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 4
Greetings Faye! Indeed, the blueberry muffins are luscious & the recipe fascinating to have developed. Enjoy, enjoy.
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 4
I sweetly agree with --a tender, buttery batch of muffins which highlight glorious seasonal blueberries!
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Sheryl Julian Aug 3
The muffin recipe that will make you toss every other formula you’ve ever tried. Really!
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Sheryl Julian Aug 3
Another confection for local blues: Stunning sour cream cake with lime glaze. An ideal gift for beach house hosts.
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Sheryl Julian Aug 3
The only recipe for blueberry muffins you should ever bake. Toss out all the others. via
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 2
My blueberry-obsession continues on for , weaving the blues in this lime-sparked Bundt cake batter .
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 2
Honoring a blueberry-baking tradition, with muffins developed for , I sweetly offer . I melt for a batch.
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Lisa Yockelson Jul 30
Reply to TwitterBakers: bonbons have chewy/dense texture, , touch sweeter than cookie-slabs.
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Lisa Yockelson Jul 30
Reply to TwitterBakers: cookies made w/nutmeal, absent of flour/butter. Nut items+extract build flavor.
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Rose Levy Beranbaum Jul 24
Bakers sometimes are grillers.
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Lisa Yockelson Jul 29
On a background of sky, a new batch of cookies, flecked with whole-nut/almond meal.
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Lisa Yockelson Jul 27
Sliceandbake cookies, authentically . No need to swap ingredients to achieve sweet nirvana.
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Lisa Yockelson Jul 20
Full on slices. Part confection, part cookie. 2.0 and 3.0--lovely!
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Lisa Yockelson Jul 15
So I reconfigured a lovely dough into a roll for slicing & here you have the finished confection.
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