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Tuesdays with Dorie BWJ: Oven-Roasted Plum Cakes

These Oven-Roasted Plum Cakes from Marcel Desaulniers were an easy little treat to make with my CSA plums.  The batter was a simple butter cake, flavored with orange zest.  131 more words

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Baking Project (TWD): Baking Powder Biscuits

This morning, I had zero intentions of baking today. Not in the sense that I was adamant about not baking, just that I had no plans to bake something up. 497 more words


Tuesdays with Dorie BWJ: Baking Powder Biscuits

Marion Cunningham’s Baking Powder Biscuits were good for breakfast, and also good for dessert, all dressed up like shortcakes.  These were easy to make.  I didn’t want to do an all shortening biscuit like the recipe called for, so I swapped out half of it for butter.  117 more words


Tuesdays with Dorie BWJ: Poppy Seed Torte

Markus Farbinger’s Viennese Poppy Seed Torte is one of the more unusual things I’ve baked.  Now, I’m aware that poppy seeds are widely used in foods all over the world and are not unusual at all, but we Americans– especially those of us who are many generations and more than a couple hundred years removed from our ethnic roots– normally just mix a mere tablespoon of them into… 314 more words

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Tuesdays With Dorie: Poppy Seed Torte

This weeks Tuesdays with Dorie recipe is the Poppy Seed Torte which is located on pages 258-260 in Baking With Julia.  The contributing baker for the recipe is Markus Farbinger.  183 more words


Baking Project (TWD Rewind): Crunchy and Creamy Peach tart

I SO wish I had some more food porn-worthy shots of this dessert, because man o man was is tasty! I mentioned last week my search for peach recipes as a result of recently coming into possession of a bunch of them…peaches I mean. 662 more words


Baking Project (TWD Rewind): Peach-upside Down(er) Cake


A couple of weekends ago, my husband and I made the trek out to western Maryland to visit some family, and one of the (many) things pushed upon us before leaving was some fresh, local peaches. 1,052 more words