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Toronto Eats – Review

Following the tremendous success of the first book, “Toronto Cooks”, editor Amy Rosen has assembled a new collection of more than 100 recipes from 50 amazing chefs in “Toronto Eats”. Includes recipe for Pusateri’s Chocolate Chip Banana Bread. […]

Biscuits

Cranberries

Also known as called bounceberries, because ripe ones bounce, and craneberries. You can find them in baked goods, in sauces, as drinks, cooked with meat, or even strung up with popcorn to go on a Christmas tree! Includes 3 recipes, sauce, punch and scones. […]

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Holiday Cookies

Born from her childhood memories of festive holiday seasons in Sweden, Holiday Cookies by Elisabet der Nederlanden celebrates her lifelong love of baking around the holidays. The six chapters of recipes will make delicious cookies. […]

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Sheet Pan Suppers Vegetarian – Review

To begin, I want to make it clear. I am not a Vegetarian. That doesn’t mean that a vegetarian cookbook isn’t of value. It is important to have veggies in your diet and everyone should have a go-to dish when having a Vegetarian over to eat. Includes recipe for Chocolate-Chocolate Sparklers. […]

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I Love My Bread Machine – Review

When you want to sell a house they suggest you bake some bread. So powerful is the smell (and taste) of baking bread, it will make you feel at home right away. Bread Machines help make bread making easier. With “I Love My Bread Machine” by Anne Sheasby I found some really tasty bread recipes for almost any occasion. […]

Breads

No-Fuss Focaccia

Dust off your recipe box and put on your thinking apron: America’s oldest flour company is bringing a new baking competition for home bakers to the nation. Eight finalists will bake their recipes for judges in June 2009. […]