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Baked Elements Review: Alfajores and Dulce de Leche

First there was Baked, the most beautiful and fun cookbook we had seen in a while. Followed up two years later with Baked Explorations, which sent food bloggers and bakers alike back into the kitchen with a flurry of new recipes and classic flavors reinvented for an updated audience ready and eager to taste test. …

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Japanese Pork Ramen Soup {Slow Cooker Recipe}

Ramen noodle soup is a comfort food favorite. This ramen recipe uses Japanese flavors to season tender pieces of pork, scallions, ginger, and spinach. Making the soup is easier than ever, because it’s made in a slow cooker! Soups can be an experience. Holding a warm bowl of broth and breathing in all of the …

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Straight Baguette – Bread Baking Fundamentals

Bread baking should be something we all strive to become good at. After all, bread is one of the most basic of foods, and has been for thousands of years. We haven’t had a good old fashioned book review on the site since summer and when Abrams publishing asked me if I would like to check out …

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Baked Explorations Cookbook Review {with Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cake Recipe}

Baked Explorations is a cookbook by Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito. This is a review of the book, and a dessert recipe from the pages of the book for oatmeal chocolate chip cake with cream cheese frosting. I have an addiction. OK, I have a few addictions. Shoes. Books. Kitchen stuff. Clearance plates at TJ Maxx. …

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