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Fall Garden Focaccia

Fall Garden Focaccia

My neighbor is a Master Gardener. Kim keeps me aiming higher, both in my vegetable gardening skills AND in baking.  This past rainy day Kim got creative and I have to share what she, and she says other of you over-achiever bakers are doing: creating beautiful still-life on your Focaccia. Photos provided by Kim Smith […]

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A Baker's Dozen Labs

A Baker’s Dozen Labs

A Baker’s Dozen Labs digital manual provides 278 pages of teaching material! Thirteen labs with first, intermediate and advanced culinary baking formulas and lessons.   Includes 32+ copy-ready resources and worksheets.  Each lab includes baking science experiments, computer labs, community service connections and live links to how-to-videos and the baking glossary.  This is a must have […]

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August Baking Calendar

August Baking Calendar

Sandwich Hack: Homemade buns, flat breads, savory breads… these are all he BEST BREADS for Sandwiches. Get baking today! Download the August Baking Calendar

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Perfect Summer to Shape Baking Skills

Perfect Summer to Shape Baking Skills

With this year’s challenge in what’s open and what’s closed, you can make time can fly with some creative baking skill building with dough.  Any summer sandwich tastes great on a Kaiser or Rosette Roll.  Use a well-kneaded and cold yeast dough. We recommend the Refrigerated Potato Dough from Dough Sculpting 101 but any well-kneaded […]

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Baking: Farm to Table

Baking: Farm to Table

It’s March at last!  Wild or mild, the weather has us preparing to plant gardens and farms and puts a spotlight on nutrition.  Flour’s often an unsung nutrition hero.    World-wide, we don’t live well without flour.  As Americans focus more on plant-based proteins, wheat flour is a “heavy-lifter” in baked goods. It’s essential gluten […]

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Bake for Those We Love

Bake for Those We Love

Part of baking’s love connection is the real, not virtual, delivery.  Hand made vs. hand texted for example.  It’s about heart felt, and in the case of baking, there are double benefits:  baking is a stress-reducer that can benefit our heart health! A couple specialties to share include: Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Sugar Cookies Check out […]

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Let's Get Started "Adulting" ... before our kids are adults!

Let’s Get Started “Adulting” … before our kids are adults!

Bake for Family Fun month is a fabulous time to launch life skills essential to helping children, ‘tweens and young adults be less food insecure for life!  When you’re not sure if it’s worth the time sharing the kitchen, just think how disadvantaged for life you are when you don’t know how to read and […]

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Welcome 2020 with Mug Meals

Welcome 2020 with Mug Meals

What a great way to start out the new year!  Enjoy nutritious, right-sized portions with MUG MEALS! As you bring in the new year or host a few bowl game friends, you will love having breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and dessert Mug Meals from Bigger Bolder Baking. My first will be: Chorizo & Spinach Frittata! […]

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Let the Test Kitchen Science Begin!

Let the Test Kitchen Science Begin!

Test out some egg substitution options provided by our new member, Chef Gemma Stafford, of Bigger Bolder Baking. State the PROBLEM: Your test kitchen is baking a cake for a friend’s event. Your friend is either allergic to eggs OR is serving a vegan and requires an egg-free cake. Plan the test kitchen control and variables. […]

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