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Olive oil cake with candied ginger.

This is a cake for the springtime. Make it when you’ve had your fill of spice cakes and before the strawberries are ready for shortcake. It comes together quickly, doesn’t require a mixer, and perfumes your kitchen in that way only homemade baked goods can do. 473 more words


Apple and Lemon Tea cake

This light tea cake has the tangy flavour of lemon and the sweetness of the new season Granny Smith Apples with a whisper of cinnamon. 175 more words


Grapefruit Olive Oil Cake

Hello! I’m so happy you’ve stumbled across my blog. What I write will hopefully be very much about the food and very little about me, but a brief background: I’m a baker/cook/musician/writer/vintage enthusiast living in the Finger Lakes. 698 more words


Masala Chai Cake

At home all of us are such a big fan of masala chai that my 14 month old baby asks for tea after every meal. He gets his little toy cup and toy kettle and I have to pour 2-3 drops of tea into his milk. 357 more words


matcha financiers; a tuesdays with dorie post

A while back, I picked up a little tin of matcha tea so that I could try baking with it.  Needless to say, it has been living on the spice rack in the pantry and would probably still be there, unopened, if the Tuesdays with Dorie bakers had not chosen to make matcha financiers this week! 341 more words

Tuesdays With Dorie


I’ve always thought that a Tea Cake was a cake which can be made quickly just before visitors arrive and eaten fresh and warm with a cup of tea or coffee. ¬† 80 more words

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in favor of buttermilk

I don’t know about you, but I have a serious thing for buttermilk. As a baking ingredient, I mean…not a drink. Though, if you’re a buttermilk drinker, kudos to you, friend. 709 more words

Self Reflection