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Ice Cream Sandwich Guide
August 15, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Tis the season to indulge. Summer is the perfect time to enjoy your favorite cold treats. You can’t go wrong when you choose ice cream! Let’s take it up a notch and enjoy a deliciously decadent ice cream sandwich.

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Veggie Muffins for Baby
July 24, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Your baby is finally exploring the world of solid foods, an exciting time for both of you. However, it’s difficult to decide on a wide variety of foods. Switch things up with muffins. Soft on the inside and slightly firm on the outside, they are great when baby is used to chewing.

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DIY Protein Bars
July 22, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

When it comes to protein, protein bars are quite popular. However, one can almost cost $5.00 at your local grocery store. So why not save some money by making your own?

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DIY Teething Biscuits
July 4, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Teething is certainly an exciting time as your baby is beginning to grow more and more each day. However, this phase can be very difficult for baby, causing soreness and swelling of the gums before a tooth breaks through. Teething biscuits can help ease the pain.

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Food-in-a-Jar
June 26, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

It’s sometimes hard to come up with homemade gifts ideas that are both creative and useful. Mason jars are used for so many fun and interesting things including storage, beverage holders and food containers. Our favorite way to use these jars is for recipes or layered ingredients to our favorite desserts. These make for great gifts or party favors for any occasion.

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Mango Coconut Bread Pudding
May 1, 2014 • Posted by Alexandra Supel

Bread pudding is one of those classic desserts that spans cultures and generations.  This warm gooey dessert tends to bring back moments of nostalgia and is a wonderful treat for all five senses.  This dessert is a great option for families and toddlers as the different textures can create an exciting experience for your little one.

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Baking Flours 101
April 9, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Next time you walk down your supermarket’s baking aisle, know exactly what type of flour you need for your next baking adventure. There’s certainly many to choose from, but what are the differences? Which is better for your recipe?

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Mixed Berry Cobbler
March 17, 2014 • Posted by Alexandra Supel

Do you want to eat delicious berries, but can’t wait for summer to arrive? You don’t have to wait to enjoy their sweet tartness! Even if they aren’t in season right now, you can use a berry medley and bake a delicious dessert (and pretend it’s already summer)!

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Tea Time with Some Tea Cupcakes
February 27, 2014 • Posted by Christina Fong

With so many different types of tea, we sometimes forget to incorporate them into our baking for more creative creations.

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Avocado Cookies - Healthy Can Still Mean Tasty
February 7, 2014 • Posted by Arielle Martinez

Are you looking for a way to switch up your standard chocolate chip cookies? Look no further than a creamy avocado – a great way to keep your cookies moist while actually making them healthier.

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Cake In A Mug
January 15, 2014 • Posted by Ankita Satija

Sometimes after a long day, there’s nothing you crave more than a sweet bite that doesn’t take much effort to prepare.

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Baking Blunders And How To Fix Them
December 11, 2013 • Posted by Ankita Satija

Baking, like anything else in life, is full of ups and downs. It’s a wonderful feeling when you’ve concocted something delicious, but it can also be disheartening when you run into certain roadblocks.

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Anything But Cookie-Cutter
November 19, 2013 • Posted by Ankita Satija

Okay, you’ve finally chosen your main dishes for Thanksgiving dinner. Now what’s for dessert? We’ve got an idea.

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A Sweet Helping of Baked Fruits
October 18, 2013 • Posted by Christina Fong

Whether you're grilling, steaming, or sauteing them, cooking fruits is a great way of enhancing their natural sweetness, and we're sure your baby will love them as much as you do.

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Sweet Pumpkin Treats
September 13, 2013 • Posted by Kalie Vitt

Fall is just around the corner which means that colorful autumn leaves, hot apple cider and pumpkin pies are on the return. Pumpkin pie is truly a holiday baking staple, but what other ways can you bring pumpkin to the table this fall?

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Key Lime Pie Doughnuts
July 26, 2013 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

We all have a favorite dessert that we wish can come in all different forms, from pies to shakes to doughnuts! When you think about dessert making, all it really is is combining ingredients together. Naturally, there are many ways to combine ingredients, so why not experiment?

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Naturally Sweet Muffins for Baby
June 7, 2013 • Posted by Christina Fong

When it comes to feeding your baby, there are so many do’s and don’ts, and should’s and shouldn’ts that it becomes stressful around feeding time. In terms of baked goods, the biggest concern there is the sugar level.

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Baking Bread For the First Time
April 19, 2013 • Posted by Christina Fong

There’s really nothing like the smell of freshly baked bread. It’s truly a treat for all five senses, and if you’ve never experienced it, you don’t know what you’re missing.

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"Peep"ing Into Spring
March 27, 2013 • Posted by Rebecca Marber

Easter is on it’s way, and whether you’re celebrating or not, Peeps are a seasonal favorite. I must say, I’ve always been a Peeps fan but I think it’s because they carry a certain sentimental value. That’s what’s so great about these homemade Peeps--the sentiment is there, but so is the taste.

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Lemony Fresh Lemon Cookies
March 22, 2013 • Posted by Christina Fong

Because lemons taste so light and tart, we often forget they’re in peak season during the winter months. However, that doesn’t stop us from considering lemon cookies one of our favorite springtime treats, and it’s officially been spring for three days now.

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Perfectly Moist Banana Bread
February 27, 2013 • Posted by Rebecca Marber

There’s nothing better than a slice of banana bread for breakfast or dessert. I always find, though, that everyone likes their banana bread with different ingredients. Some are grossly offended by putting nuts in their recipes, while others think chocolate has no place in a banana bread either. If one thing is sure, it’s that most people like their bread to be perfectly moist.

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A Little Soufflé and A Lot of Love
February 8, 2013 • Posted by Christina Fong

If you’re looking to impress someone special on Valentine’s Day, whether it’s a significant other, parents, or yourself, then it may finally be time to tackle the soufflé.

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5 Basic Baking Tips for Beginners
January 9, 2013 • Posted by Christina Fong

If you’ve got an overactive sweet tooth, then it’s time to sharpen those baking skills for when those cravings unexpectedly creep up on you.

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An Apple Chip A Day
December 14, 2012 • Posted by Christina Fong

The holiday season is well underway and amidst all the party planning, family visiting arrangements and gift shopping you need to do, you also have a teething baby to deal with.

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Great Grand Granola Bars
November 26, 2012 • Posted by Katie Marber

You may find yourself on the run this holiday season, and if breakfast is not a top priority, it may get neglected from your diet. To guarantee a high-paced and energized morning, prepare a batch of Great Grand Granola Bars ahead of time for grab-and-go mornings.

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Baked Apples and Your ABCs
November 5, 2012 • Posted by Katie Marber

Yes, an apple a day keeps the doctor away, and this golden rule can be followed with ease when knowing the perfect type to snack on. While this autumn fruit acts as a key ingredient in recipes for countless Thanksgiving favorites, we often do not consider the complexity of choosing which apples to snack on and which to bake with.

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Pear Ginger Scones
October 22, 2012 • Posted by Katie Marber

There’s nothing like a moist and warm scone topped with cream for breakfast every now and then. This recipe will assuage some of the guilt associated with this delicious breakfast indulgence while still causing your taste buds to sing: Pear Ginger Scones!

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Turning Trash into Treasure with Choco-Chip Banana Bread
October 1, 2012 • Posted by Katie Marber

When you notice bananas turning brown, instead of giving them the heave-ho, you can either freeze them or whip up an easy and delicious batch of Chocolate Chip Banana Bread! This warm baked treat epitomizes autumn comfort food that the whole house would love to indulge in.

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Molasses Ginger Cookies - Perfect for Autumn
September 12, 2012 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

Unless it contains a seasonal fruit, a cookie isn’t really a seasonal food. But my nose tells me different!

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Baby-Friendly Cinnamon French Toast
August 13, 2012 • Posted by Katie Marber

Once babies start to develop motor skills and coordination, a whole new world opens up right in front of their eyes, and mouths! Although Cheerios are an easy go-to breakfast option for tots, you can experiment with other tiny bite-sized finger foods, like Baby-Friendly Cinnamon French Toast!

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Tearless Teething Zucchini Bread Sticks
July 30, 2012 • Posted by Katie Marber

We can all agree that there is nothing worse than watching your baby suffer. To assuage your crying baby, bake something delicious, warm and comforting, like Zucchini Bread Teething Sticks.

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Never Too Late for a Crepe
June 25, 2012 • Posted by Christina Fong

If you like pancakes, I dare you and your kids to not like…nay, love crepes.

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Dessert Spotlight: Fat Rascals
May 29, 2012 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

Fat rascals have been around since the mid nineteenth century, but are seldom found outside of Yorkshire, England. No, I'm not making disparaging remarks about people of Yorkshire! Fat rascals are tasty little buns, similar to scones, that go down a treat with a nice cup of tea or glass of milk.

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Hazelnut Shortbread--A Cookie for the Grown-Ups
May 18, 2012 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

Yes, I call this variation on the barely sweet classic “a cookie for the grown-ups,” but children who have not grown accustomed to sugary treats will love it too.

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Gluten-Free Pie Crust
April 23, 2012 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

A few years ago, when a friend lamented the lack of a good gluten-free pie crust, I accepted the challenge and developed this recipe. I’ve served it to many non-gluten-free people, and they are always surprised to hear it’s not my regular wheat crust. And gluten-free guests need to be reassured that it is indeed gluten-free!

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Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Waffles
April 18, 2012 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

Waffles are a breakfast favorite even those with gluten and dairy allergies or sensitivities can now enjoy! Though there is no single gluten-free flour that can replace wheat flour, various combinations of flours and starches work quite well.

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Cornbread Two Ways
March 23, 2012 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

There is lots of controversy surrounding cornbread. There's the question of sugar or no sugar. Milk or buttermilk. Flour or no flour. Yellow or white cornmeal.

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Classic Scones for Afternoon Tea
February 29, 2012 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

Classic scones are a must at afternoon tea—one of the three requisite courses—but can be enjoyed any time you sit down with a cup of tea or coffee. On days I’ll be having a late lunch, a warm scone for elevenses (British English for mid-morning tea break) will keep me going.

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Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater
January 26, 2012

Pumpkin pops up all over restaurant menus in the fall and winter, from savory soups and risottos to decadent flans and cakes. When it comes to the home kitchen, though, it seems to be a "one trick pony" reserved for pie making, but there's so much more to do with this vitamin and flavor rich vegetable.

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Gingerbread Muffins
December 12, 2011 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

I love gingerbread cookies, but my schedule doesn't always allow time for the rolling, cutting and decorating required. That doesn't mean I can't enjoy the flavor of my favorite cookie.

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In Season: Pears
September 6, 2011 • Posted by Marisa McClellan

Pears aren’t as eye-catchingly glossy, but they grab my attention far more than apples. They have a certain culinary humility and lack of flash that makes them good players in baked goods and preserves. Pears also dress up better than apples ever can, achieving easy sophistication simmered in honeyed wine or baked into an elegant tart.

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Save It for a Rainy Day
August 11, 2011 • Posted by Rebecca Marber

The other day as the sun crept behind the clouds, I could tell a storm was about to break loose. Most were troubled by this interruption of summer weather; however, I couldn’t help but welcome a night of relaxation. I cozied up onto the couch and flipped through some channels. However, I quickly realized that something was missing: the smell of fresh baked goods to replace the cold air taking over my apartment.

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Easy Summer Baking
July 14, 2011 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Turning on the oven is the last thing most people want to do come summertime. Sure there’s good reason to take dinner outdoors when the temperatures rise into the 90s, but with a little planning, baking can still be a part of your summer dessert strategy. After all, berry season means it’s time to make pies!

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Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble
June 7, 2011 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

The strawberries are here! If you were anywhere near the farmers’ market at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn a week or two ago, you may have heard me singing the praises of the season. After what seemed like an endless winter, and more than three feet of snow here in New York City, those ruby red orbs of fruit were enough to make me do a happy dance.

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A Royal Breakfast
April 28, 2011 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

This week, Prince William is getting married and there hasn’t been an affair this grand since his mother, Princess Diana walked down the aisle. I’ll be in attendance this Friday morning. It’s perhaps the best wedding invitation too—no fussing with gowns, hair or make-up. My pajamas, fuzzy slippers and a pot of hot tea to enjoy with a fresh batch of English scones is all I’ll need to make my grand entrance.

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Easter Treats
April 20, 2011 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Come Easter dessert time, the last thing I want to do is serve another sugar-loaded sweet. This year I decided to make carrot cupcakes, figuring I could convince the kids they’re the Easter Bunny’s favorite too.

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Passover Treats
April 14, 2011 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Next week is the start of Passover, and I’ve been thinking about what dessert I’ll serve for a while now. Not having been raised Jewish—I’m an Italian-Catholic gal who married a Jewish-Italian guy, I don’t have staple recipes that were part of my holidays growing up. A few years back, I came across a recipe that seemed a perfect marriage of my Italian food history and the restrictions from using flour and butter in kosher Passover desserts.

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Childhood Memories
March 24, 2011 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

We didn’t eat a lot of candy growing up, but I do remember my mom’s favorite were Chunky Bars. I found them intriguing, that dome of chocolate studded with raisins and nuts. I always thought there were peanuts, but a little research revealed it was really a mix of brazil nuts and cashews. The original confection was created right in my hometown in New York City, a fun fact I can’t wait to share with mom.

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Time to Make the Doughnuts
March 1, 2011 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Light and airy, yeast-raised doughnuts were a favorite growing up, especially glazed ones with sprinkles. As an adult I became more partial to cake doughnuts. The sturdier construction ensured it stood up well to a few dunks in a mug of coffee. The problem, though, is those calories were much easier to burn as a kid than as a busy mother of two—chasing after a toddler is workout of another kind.

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Family Memories
December 1, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

During Hanukkah I find myself making doughnuts to bring to celebrations with our friends. Sufganiyot, jelly-filled doughnut, are a traditional sweet served during this Jewish holiday, also known as the festival of lights. Not only are they pretty easy to make—just make sure to allow proper rising time, it’s a very kid-friendly recipe too. They can help work the dough, cut it out and fill them too—leave the hot oil and frying to mom and dad.

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Let Them Eat Cake
October 25, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

classroom birthdays, food allergies can feel like an obstacle for families not used to working with a new set of ingredients. Rather then fret over what you can’t use, embrace the ones at your disposal. Cooking is a source of comfort, and should be inclusive and fun for everyone. Here’s a recipe that proves you can have your cake and eat too.

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Flatbread Pizza
September 27, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

The crust was crisp, almost cracker-like, defying gravity, no matter what type of topping it needed to support. More than 10 years after my first bite, I discovered the answer in my very own kitchen. After creating a recipe for an easy butter crust using baking powder, it occurred to me that not only does this important ingredient add a bit of rise, it gives a little elasticity to the dough.

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An Easy Icy Delight
August 31, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

I can’t think of a tastier way to counteract summer’s heat and humidity than with a frozen treat. Eating ice cream every day, though, isn’t the best choice for adults or children. Luckily I found a healthier answer while making smoothies one morning. We all prefer them on the thicker side in our house, so I start off with just a bit of milk, adding more as I pulse the blender until it reaches the desired consistency. That’s when it dawned on me. A quick, cooling fix was only a few pulses away—no ice cream maker required.

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Summertime Shortcakes
August 26, 2010 • Posted by Olga Massov

Shortcake is typically thought of as something that’s accompanied by strawberries, right? But, why limit yourself, and only allow for the possibility of shortcake in the spring, when strawberries are in season? Why not continue the celebration year-round? Right now, while we are enjoying the peak of the summer and stone fruit truly shines, peaches make a wonderful accompaniment to the buttery biscuit. Heaped high atop your shortcake, and combined with freshly whipped cream, this summer dessert is not to be missed.

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Breakfast Sundaes
August 20, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Let’s face it, waking up for work or getting the kids ready for school is far from fun. On a Monday, it can seem downright cruel. Unless you’ve got a breakfast sundae waiting for you. The idea came to me while attending a business meeting. As I stared down at half a melon filled with yogurt and a sprinkling of cereal, I wondered what this would taste like if it was jazzed up. It didn’t take long before the wheels started turning, and I left that meeting with one thing on my mind. I added making some frozen yogurt to my list of things to do.

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Primetime Paninis
August 16, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Sandwiches are a go-to lunch favorite, but come dinnertime I crave something with substance. What if I told you a satisfying meal is within reach without ever turning on the stove or oven? And it doesn’t involve chopping veggies to make a salad. All you need to do is plug in your Cuisinart Griddler. Paninis are a tasty way to enjoy a meal when you have little time or no desire to head into a hot kitchen.

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It's A Summer Squash Soiree!
August 11, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

I’m not sure what makes me more giddy about squash season—the slender green and yellow vegetable, perfect for slicing and sautéing, or the vibrant yellowish-orange blossoms that can be plucked and eaten before the vegetable blooms.

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Crazy for Corn
August 3, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

All year long I stare at the half-shucked cobs of corn wrapped in plastic on Styrofoam trays at the grocery store, and my mind wanders to summer’s bounty of those sweet-tasting kernels. Well, no more waiting or staring wanderlust in the supermarket—corn season is in full swing here in New York City. While the window for these golden cobs is longer than say artichokes, which disappeared in the blink of an eye, I want to make sure I eat enough to satiate my dreams once the season ends.

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Basic Marinara Sauce
August 1, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

We can’t decide if sliced and tucked into a BLT or simply diced and tossed into salad is our favorite way to enjoy tomatoes. What we do know, though, is that nothing beats the just-picked taste of homemade tomato sauce.

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Zucchini Parmesan Hummus
July 25, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Necessity is indeed the mother of invention, especially when it comes to a fridge full of zucchini. This recipe hit a homerun with the kids, and it disappears quickly at backyard BBQs too.

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Pies on the Go
July 23, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Sometimes it seems a cruel twist of fate that berry season coincides with summer. I dream of making blueberry, peach and cherry pie all year long and when their time at the farmers’ market rolls around, the temperatures are so hot outside, turning on the oven for the hour or so they take to bake seems crazy. One such solution is hand pies.

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Homemade Hot Pockets
July 15, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

The farmers’ market brings a surplus of bounty come summertime. In fact, some weeks I wonder how I’ll ever use up all I bought. Such was the case last week, and since my cooking week was cut short with a business trip, I went to work emptying the vegetable bin.

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Cocktail Cakes
June 15, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Imagine serving up some pina coladas, strawberry daiquiris or margaritas on a dessert plate at your next summer cookout? It’s easier than you think with Booze Cakes (Quirk 2010), a new cookbook out this month.

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That’s the Way the Topping Crumbles
May 10, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

How do you make your treat stand out in a sea of sweets without spending hours in the kitchen? The secret is in the topping – a good crumb topping livens up an otherwise ordinary coffee cake. Here’s my basic recipe and a nut variation to get you started. It’s easy to make and fun to tinker with, so let me know what you come up with.

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Baking with Olive Oil
April 21, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Olive oil cakes are popping up all over café menus and upscale restaurants. After one bite, it’s easy to understand what all the craze is about. The flavor is lighter than butter, and you can use it at a moment’s notice since there’s no need for it to soften

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The Wonder of Bread
April 16, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Before I made my first loaf, many years ago, I had been a bit intimidated by the process. How could such humble ingredients come together to form the crunchy, airy loaves I saw lining the local bakery’s windows. Surely it was something only a professional baker could do. I know that undoubtedly now, many dozens of loaves later, that making bread is not only easy—it’s loads of fun.

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A Lighter Muffin
February 22, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

I decided to tinker with my blueberry muffin recipe with organic “half-white” flour. I’m happy to report the result is a lighter, more delicate crumb

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Tea Time? Scone Time
January 5, 2010 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

I perfected my own scone recipe. Now the whole family can enjoy them, and they make a beautiful addition to my weekend brunch baskets.

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Family Memories
December 14, 2009 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

This weekend I set out to make something to bring to a friend’s Hanukkah party, and was reminded of how my husband talks of his grandmother’s rugelach. His mother doesn’t care much for cooking, so it was no surprise she didn’t have the recipe. I wasn’t going to let that get in my way, though, and headed to the kitchen.

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Gingerbread Dreams
December 7, 2009 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

My mom used to make gingerbread houses when I was kid. They were beautiful and quite elaborate, complete with mini ice cream cones camouflaged as trees under wispy layers of green-tinted royal icing. While we loved breaking into them and eating the remnants as kids, as an adult I’m more of a cake-like gingerbread fan.

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Apple Muffin - Redux
November 23, 2009 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

I have a habit, a compulsion really, of always tinkering with my recipes. It's not so much that I think they need improving—more the quest to always use new ingredients and techniques. Take my apple muffin recipe that came about two years ago after a day of apple picking. There's only so many pies one can make, and eat (or so I try to tell myself).

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Really Better Banana Bread... No, Really
November 16, 2009 • Posted by Jennifer Perillo

Bourbon and brown butter. Just uttering the words puts me in a good mood. Throw in a few really ripe bananas, and you’ll find me in the kitchen making banana bread.

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