Category Archives: Baking and Health

Baking for People with Food Allergies

In baking, the quality of ingredients used can transform a recipe from “good” to “great.” Many recipes actually call specifically for “the best quality chocolate” or even suggests specific brands of flour or specialty products. For the majority of bakers, … Continue reading

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Taking Another Look at Google Recipes

Is the Google Recipe function actually hurting the people who use it? That’s the question Amanda Hesser seems to be asking in an opinion article for food52.com, a website I’ll admit I’ve never been to until today. While cruising my … Continue reading

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Weekend Indulgence: Doughnuts

Weekends are a great time for breakfast and baked goods. Most people have more time on weekends to indulge in and enjoy breakfast foods that are probably calorie-packed and filled with saturated fats. But that’s what makes brunches and breakfast … Continue reading

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The Whoopie Pie War

There’s a dessert war going on here on the east coast, and it’s all over the whoopie pie. Yes, that little chocolate cake and frosting dessert has been the cause of a fair amount of controversy in the past few … Continue reading

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