Tags » Maida Heatter

Pumpkin Gingerbread with Fresh Kabocha Puree

Last week R requested pumpkin bread, and Maida Heatter’s Pumpkin Gingerbread was the answer. I modified it a bit to use less sugar and butter and slightly less cinnamon as R thinks most American recipes use too much cinnamon. 500 more words


Post 121 - Maida Heatter's Chocolate Chip Cookies

Remember that ooey gooey chocolate chip cookie topped with vanilla ice cream at Blue Dragon?

Well it was heavenly. Divine. I was tempted to come home and make one myself. 824 more words


50 Women Game Changers in Food: Maida Heatter (Week 16)

In 2011, Gourmet released their list of the 50 Women Game Changers in Food. I stumbled on this entirely by accident. One week a couple of months ago, I was meal planning, and didn’t have access to my Ina Garten cookbooks. 1,058 more words


This might be a post about Christmas

I know half of the world is going to hate me for posting a post that smacks of Christmas before Thanksgiving. But I love Christmas and Christmas shopping, and I just can’t contain myself … 262 more words


Maida Heatter's Best Damn Lemon Cake

Over the weekend, I told a friend that I was running out of ideas of things to bake. That’s not exactly accurate. I have a lot of ideas, I just can’t seem to put them into action. 933 more words

Baked Goods

Chocolate Honey Cake, a.k.a. The Robert Redford Cake

If you were to do an online recipe search for “Robert Redford Cake”, what you’d get would be recipes that are called “Better than Robert Redford Cake”, or sometimes, “Better than Sex Cake”. 1,006 more words

Baked Goods

Budapest Coffee Cake

This is a recipe from Maida Heatter, a pastry chef and cookbook author of numerous books on desserts and baking. It is called the Budapest Coffee Cake, and is from “Book of Great Desserts”. 458 more words

Baked Goods