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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 Dec 12
TwitterBakers asked & answered: The absence of dried fruit in the dough is purposeful as it frequently turns chewy/hard during the second bake. This batch of biscotti broadcasts the flavor of almond.
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Lisa Yockelson Dec 12
Make the best use of home-baked butter coffee cake: Toast, with jam; layer with fruit/custard, trifle-like; batter up for French toast; make sweet open-face sandwiches with nut butter/ricotta.
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Lisa Yockelson Dec 12
TwitterBakers, the link to my recipe for the developed for is sweetly shared:
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Sheryl Julian Dec 6
Toasted almond biscotti are one of the cookie recipes coming soon . Eggs, sugar, flour, nuts. No butter or oil. V crunchy!
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Lisa Yockelson Dec 5
Bonus idea for TwitterBakers: If you have date “butter” (thick and jammy) ribbon a spiral through the batter once the entire batter is panned. It’s a luxe way to enlarge the flavor of the fruit. Jarred, I found such a condiment in Middle Eastern markets.
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Lisa Yockelson Dec 5
Reply to TwitterBakers: My butter coffee cake is ages old-fashioned, and I’ve baked it with all types/brands of butter, from basic to regal—for a splurge, either Danish or French creates a dreamy “crumb” & rounded dairy aroma.
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Lisa Yockelson Dec 5
TwitterBakers, certainly you can add additional spices to the batter—allspice pairs wonderfully with nutmeg, as does ground cardamom in this recipe. Enjoy!
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Lisa Yockelson Dec 5
In Smörgåsbord, author offers a buffet of Scandianavian delights, with special attention to breads, smørrebrød (open-face sandwiches), and festive holiday savories. Herring-lovers, you’ll be happy, too. The book makes me long to return to Sweden.
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Sheryl Julian Dec 4
Brown butter gives these chewy date-and-nut bars from loads of flavor via
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Lisa Yockelson Dec 4
TwitterBakers, certainly you can add a soaking syrup to the top and sides of the freshly baked & warm cake instead of the confectioners’ sugar dusting. My choice? Rum.
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 12
TwitterBakers and TwitterSnackers, here's the way to my -like clusters: Crunchy-crunch!
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 11
Adopt a kitchen: Toss what’s left in bags of dried fruit, nuts, seeds, and such in a big bowl. Portion out in clear food safe bags & tie. Handy to use as a topping for yogurt or hot cereal. A tasty way to encourage kids to understand food economy.
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 11
Reply to TwitterSnackers: Yes, the clusters can be made without nuts. To maintain flakiness, replace them with more rolled oats, rolled spelt, or rolled wheat.
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 11
Reply to TwitterBakers: Any type of graham cracker (plain, cinnamon, chocolate) can be used. I like to coordinate the variety with the toppings.
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 11
TwitterBakers: Tiny cinnamon chips can be added; sprinkle 1/3 cup over buttered-flour b4 adding liquid ingredients.
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 8
Yay! Dobby, my favorite giraffe, will be growing up in residence at . Still the cutest...
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 8
Reply to TwitterBakers: The double-sided dipped slices of cinnamon-raisin bread were griddled in a cast iron skillet, first heated with a good knob of clarified butter.
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 7
Reply to TwitterBakers: “Sauce” is sticky mixture of cinnamon, butter, dash of honey & bottled organic coconut nectar.
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 7
Reply to TwitterBakers: Built by sandwiching 2 slices of bread together w/cinnamon butter, then dipping & pan-griddling.
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Lisa Yockelson Nov 7
Reply to TwitterBakers: I developed the recipe to radiate dairy, especially butter. And yes, it is nut-free.
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