Twitter | Search | |
Lisa Yockelson
all the buttery adventures from the author of the award-winning BAKING STYLE: ART, CRAFT, RECIPES (cake image ; styling )
1,328
Tweets
1,350
Following
1,542
Followers
Tweets
Lisa Yockelson retweeted
Sheryl Julian Mar 15
Moist dried Montmorency cherries and walnuts go into this easy soda bread via
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Mar 16
Landscape of that I love-to-create, bake-to-love, and love-to-bake.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Mar 14
Reply to TwitterBakers: Toasted pecans can replace walnuts. Recipe: cherry-walnut soda bread - The Boston Globe
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Mar 14
Reply to TwitterBakers: Bread lingering past 1 day good to toast. Recipe Cherry-walnut soda bread - The Boston Globe
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Mar 14
I developed the soda bread for lovers of tart dried cherries. Recipe: cherry-walnut soda bread - The Boston Globe
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Mar 5
The Most Popular Cakes in Southern History - Southern Living
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson retweeted
INSIDER Mar 1
Fruity pebbles ice cream sandwiches?! Sign us up. 🙋
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson retweeted
The New York Times Mar 3
Each night, a grandma from a different country designs a new menu, honoring her native cuisine at this restaurant
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson retweeted
The Denver Post Mar 5
Baby giraffe alert: Dobby the baby giraffe comes out of 's giraffe house for first time
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson retweeted
Denver Zoo Mar 5
Newborn giraffe Dobby made his public debut today! We are still watching his health closely, but he is gaining weight and we're optimistic.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson retweeted
Denver7 News Mar 5
JUST IN: Baby giraffe Dobby "will be venturing into his yard (in public view) in the next 15 mins.,” - spokesman.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Mar 1
Reply to TwitterBakers: A suggestion for a bright and tangy go-with to slices of my cake~~dollops of lemon curd.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Feb 28
Brownie wonderful-ness alert: A chocolate delight from my mixing bowl to yours. via
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Feb 24
Reply to TwitterBakers: crunch bakes up extra-crispy if nuts/seeds, not dried fruit, compose the mixture.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Feb 24
Reply to TwitterBakers: A fairly firm quick bread dough can be twisted decoratively~dried fruit enhances this one.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Feb 17
Reply to TwitterBakers: Cinnamon-buttered bread slices are lushly tender/crispy if skillet-griddled.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Feb 17
Reply to TwitterBakers: Granola crunch clusters bake up extra-crispy if flaky surface of syrup-ed mixture is uneven.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Feb 17
Reply to TwitterBakers: Granola crunch clusters fare best for gift-giving if mixture is syrup-tossed before baking.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Feb 15
Reply to TwitterBakers: Any variety of dried fruit can be used to create an "arrangement"~various heights/thicknesses keep it interesting.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Yockelson Feb 9
Reply to TwitterBakers: The best way to add a to a batter~squirrel away some brownies in the freezer for future use.
Reply Retweet Like