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Lisa Yockelson
all the buttery, vanilla-scented, thickly-frosted adventures from the author of the award-winning BAKING STYLE: ART, CRAFT, RECIPES
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Lisa Yockelson 2h
Fruit, nut, and seed bars are a bright-tasting, homemade alternative to the packaged items. Love this. :
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Lisa Yockelson 17h
Baking query update: Yes, bakers, you can replace golden bakers sugar with light brown in this : :
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Lisa Yockelson 2d
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Lisa Yockelson 2d
A3 Inside a sugary gingerbread house, of course !
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Lisa Yockelson 2d
Indeed. Used two types of today--superfine and light brown!
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Lisa Yockelson 2d
A2 Brownies. Dark as midnight. Chewy and fudgy. Extra butter. Four types of chocolate. All in.
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Lisa Yockelson 2d
Reporting in, surrounded by bittersweet chocolate.
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Lisa Yockelson 5d
I baked a caramelized bread (again). I call it sugar bread, and it's dreamy.
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Lisa Yockelson 17 Apr
Fruit, nut, and seed bars: one-stop, no-bake, tanginess. Best of all, homemade. My new treat. :
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Lisa Yockelson 16 Apr
Bakers, you ask, I reveal. One of my favorite corn meals for baking is this one:
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Lisa Yockelson 15 Apr
What fun! Fruit, nut, and seed bars: unbaked, tangy, so good. By popular demand. :
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Lisa Yockelson 15 Apr
Rustic Omelet Cake. An eggy, savory main course--brunch or supper. My recipe in Food:
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Lisa Yockelson 15 Apr
TwitterBakers, here is a valuable site for nut-lovers:
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HMH Cooks 14 Apr
We love our bookstores! "6 Independent Bookstores Are Thriving — and How They Do It" via
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Lisa Yockelson 14 Apr
I'll have my on the -deluxe side. to prove just this:
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Lisa Yockelson 14 Apr
A for breakfast. No, not that kind. It's wheat-y, bran-y, gently rugged. And did I say good? :
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Lisa Yockelson 12 Apr
It's always a pleasure to bake for 's section in ! Boston bakers, you are sweetly special.
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Lisa Yockelson 12 Apr
My newest cake, published in The Boston Globe, is deeply moist and apple-y. :
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Lisa Yockelson 10 Apr
Terrific piece by on coffee: "Craft brew: Why your morning coffee can now be as complicated as you like":
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Lisa Yockelson 10 Apr
. Sprinkles and butter and sugar. Crispy and crunchy. Deluxe. :
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