It’s been a bit—sorry about that! It turns out launching a project you’ve been working on for a year can be … intense. But we’re back! Can a cookie dough change your entire perception of what a cookie can be? I would have said no before today. I would’ve been wrong. Our first recipe for […]
Our pindakoeken from Amsterdam get a second chance in a repechage round! Will these peanut cookies make the adjustments they need to make the finals?
In which we have a German cake and eat it too! Apples and cranberries feature in a pair of delicious bakes.
I’ve been excited to return to Canada, because I’ve loved looking for local recipes to try. It was an easy decision to try this blueberry-filled recipe!
I’ve been waiting for us to cover the London 2012 games, because I desperately wanted to make Lyle’s Apple Pie Flapjack recipe.
In which we discover Kaiserschmarrn and a new flour, and we exploit our chocolate chip stockpile for cookie experiments.
We discover the joy of Lusikkaleivat—with a little dash of agony—as we celebrate Helsinki 1952. Plus the lightest muffins we’ve ever eaten!
And we are back in France again! It was an easy pick for recipes this time around, as I’d had my eye on both of these recipes for a while. It was an absolutely successful week of baking too—dieu merci! Now let’s get to it. Local Fare For local fare, I settled on a berry […]
LW: Honestly, the best part of this blog is researching local baking (and cooking). I have spent a lot of hours looking at pictures of food these past months, and it is awesome. Australia did not disappoint when it came to baking options, though I quickly realized there would be a significant challenge: avoiding coconut. […]
This week we’re traveling to France on the blog! Honestly this was a hard week to find a local recipe, because the things I would love to try to make (like pain au chocolat) are just not Liz-friendly and the things I can eat (like a chocolate soufflé) seemed a bit intimidating. But eventually I […]