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Tuesdays With Dorie (TWD) Rewind: Mixed Berry Cobbler

Last weekend we had a few friends over the a cookout. Our general policy is that we handle the main dish and dessert while our guests bring over sides/drinks. 638 more words


Tuesdays With Dorie: Vanilla Pound Cake

This weeks recipe for Tuesdays With Dorie is the Vanilla Pound Cake which is located on pages 251-252 in Baking With Julia.  I was looking at the recipe it looked pretty straight forward and reminded me of the Pound Cake recipe my Mom and Nanny make.  250 more words


Tuesdays with Dorie BWJ: Vanilla Pound Cake

I love a good Bundt, and I think Flo Braker’s Vanilla Pound Cake recipe makes a particularly handsome one.  I’ve been sort of afraid that my nice little 6-cup Bundt pan (that I always use to make half recipes) has been losing its non-stick abilities, but with a good spraying and flouring this cake fell right out, no problem.  176 more words

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Tuesdays with Dorie BWJ: Leaf-Shaped Fougasse

Happy Canada Day to all my Canadian friends!  

In a kitchen without A/C, mid-summer bread baking is not really my idea of a good time, but the oven doesn’t need to be on too long for  272 more words


TWD: Leaf-Shaped Fougasse

The Tuesdays With Dorie bakers baked leaf-shaped fougasses this week using a focaccia dough! To see how other bakers fared with this recipe, check out the Tuesdays with Dorie page… 260 more words

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Phylloccine Ice Cream Sandwiches

This week our Tuesday with Dorie baking group is making ice cream sandwiches with phyllo. The name is quite fancy but the dessert is a snap to assemble. 102 more words

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Tuesdays with Dorie BWJ: Phylloccine Ice Cream Sandwiches

Gale Gand’s Pylloccine Ice Cream Sandwiches are the cutest things to come out of my kitchen in a long time– retro and adorbs! 

I had no idea what “phylloccine” meant, and went along pronouncing it incorrectly in my head all week, until about five minutes ago, when I finally read the recipe intro and found the explanation was right there all along.  165 more words

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