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Somehow we got into a breakfast groove here. I am not complaining. I love a breakfast full of flavor (read: maple syrup) or that’s unexpected (read: sprinkles and sugar.) Sometimes you just have to Treat Yo Self in the morning. …

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Growing up on the east coast, and specifically in Connecticut, there were a handful of foods that when I now described to people seem very very strange. I love birch beer, for example, but when I moved to Michigan I …

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Sometimes when an idea comes into our heads, we can’t stop thinking about a recipe until it’s fulfilled, and on our plates and we are sharing a piece or slice of whatever we dreamed up. This month, it was cherry …

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A couple weeks ago, we got the chance to visit Homeboy Bakery in downtown LA thanks to the good people at King Arthur Flour who organized the “Bake for Good” tour. The bakery is one of several social enterprises run by …

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Update: We’re happy to announce that Nicole has won our contest! Nicole, email us at [email protected] to claim your prize! Congrats – and I hope you all can get out to #bakeforgood! Last weekend, we had the opportunity to work …

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The web is full of great sites dedicated to all sorts of recipes – from gluten free, to Southern, to Indian, to paleo, you can get pretty much anything you want online. But figuring out which websites you can trust …

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Melissa’s birthday (Happy Belated Birthday!) was this past weekend, and to celebrate, I asked her what kind of cake she wanted. Funfetti, she answered! Last year, we made yellow cake with rainbow chip frosting, and we made it from a …

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A few weeks ago, Ellen came to me to make sure I was onboard to make her birthday cake (I was.) Then, she asked if we could make it flapper inspired, and pointed me in the direction of a little …

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So all of you may know that being gluten free can be easier at some moments, and difficult at others. For example, meals at home can be adapted, where restaurants quickly become tricky territory. And bakeries? Unless they’re gluten free …

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