Tags » Dorie Greenspan

TWD: The Rugelach that Won Over France

This week was a rewind for my Tuesdays with Dorie group. This allowed me to go back and finally attempt one of my all time favourite cookies: the rugelach. 217 more words

Cook The Book

How soup becomes dinner and dinner becomes terrific

By Dorie Greenspan

My mother didn’t cook anything that she wasn’t obligated to cook until she was 80, and then the first thing she wanted to make was pickled garlic! 1,296 more words

Cd

Tuesdays with Dorie: Crispy-Topped Brown Sugar Bars

I grew up on Rice Crispy Squares and boxed marble cake. My always offered up her services for any bake sale making one if not both of these tasty treats. 304 more words

Cook The Book

crispy topped brown sugar bars (aka legal crack); a tuesdays with dorie post

It is no secret that I love cookies and bars, especially when chocolate is involved.  For some time now, I have known that chocolate is and always be my downfall.   575 more words

Tuesdays With Dorie

Cooking the Books: Dorie Greenspan's new baking book proves simple can still be showstopping

The French are known for wine, looking effortlessly chic as well as their mouthwatering, delicate and somewhat intimidating pastries.

Or so most of us would believe when we peer into a pastry case of French confections. 830 more words

Food And Cooking

Tuesdays With Dorie - Crispy Topped Brown Sugar Bars

Let’s address the elephant in the room. I didn’t caramelize the Rice Krispies. Ain’t nobody got time for that when you realize your baking assignment is due tomorrow, it’s 8:00 pm, and you are just getting dinner on the table. 199 more words

Baking

pebble bread; a tuesdays with dorie post


Middle Eastern bread recipes have long since been an interest of mine and living in Nashville made it easy to learn about them.  Our former home was located within the largest Kurdish community in the US and I had an opportunity to visit a small local bakery and watch as the women prepared fresh naan and then baked it in a tandoori oven.   868 more words

Tuesdays With Dorie