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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 2h
Cup-o-bittersweet-chocolate-chip-biscotti. bliss.
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 16
Butter cookies, vanilla-fragrant. in October. Cozy baking comfort.
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 11
Almond paste alert~I'm back to baking gently rich oval almond cookies~~with ground almonds and egg white. Glorious, actually.
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 10
Reply to TwitterBakers~yes, the cake can be glazed after baking when cool; red currant jelly would be nice.
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 10
Deep, dark, and chocolate-intense, these are the brownies I baked in remembrance of my departed relatives. Recipe:
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 10
Reply to bakers~walnuts are also desirable as they retain texture within the batter during baking & afterwards.
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 10
Reply to bakers ~walnuts dovetail nicely with the batter and fruit (toast lightly & cool before adding).
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 10
Reply to bakers~yes, you can add 2/3 cup chopped nuts to the batter. Enjoy: via
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 10
I developed the recipe to work in a 9-inch springform pan to accommodate both the cakey base & figs.
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 10
This fig cake, developed for , incorporates fresh and jammy Black Mission figs. To bake:
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Lisa Yockelson Oct 2
The Lego House...WOW!
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Sheryl Julian Oct 1
Fresh fig cake from coming . Couldn't be simpler, delish results.
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Lisa Yockelson Sep 23
My favorite giraffe, Dobby, is growing up—adorably. 💕
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Lisa Yockelson Sep 4
Replying to @nancybaggett
Nancy, many kind thanks!
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Lisa Yockelson Sep 1
A sweet peek into my baking life in the September 2017 issue of FOOD SERVICE MONTHLY:
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 13
Loading the pantry with fall baking staples. Here's the best sorghum syrup: Maasdam's Famous Home Made Sorghum Syrup
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 13
At last, a cook that stockpiles like me. Read: I Feel Better When I Have a Ton of Food in My House - Epicurious
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Lisa Yockelson Aug 12
Holiday baking news~The cake clearly had time to "age":100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica Is ‘Almost’ Edible
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Lisa Yockelson Jul 26
Replying to @SheinelleJones
Then whisk protein powder into milk and vanilla-about 1 tablespoon for 1/2 cup liquid. It's tasteless. Do a quick dip then butter-griddle.
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Lisa Yockelson Jul 26
Suggestion 4 re: carbokid--make French Toast with egg, milk, vanilla batter. Egg=some protein. Slice soft bread thickly.
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