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Coffee Walnut Cake: A British Classic

This cake is iconic. British iconic. It first appeared in the 1920’s or 1930’s in Britain and has remained a staple of home cooking ever since. You’ll find it in many British cookbooks and now in many variations on the web. The reasons for this cake’s endurance and longevity are simple: taste and beauty. The…

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Cinnamon Sugar Scone from One Bowl Baking

They are there. And they are not moving. Last night’s rain has weighed down the falling leaves and a rake, not the wind, will be the solution to a messy looking yard. Before you go outside, something warm and sweet would give you just the incentive needed to put on gloves and start swinging that…

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Red Curry Noodles: A Very Asian Recipe

  I am not being disparaging when I say this: Asian recipes can have a lot of ingredients. That’s a complement and actually a statement of longing. American food culture is built around fast food. Not just McDonalds and Burger King. Look at the popular cookbooks and the television shows. In 30 minutes, they’ll show…

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Herbed Meat Kebabs from Balaboosta

Yesterday I posted a recipe for tzatziki, that cucumber and sour cream side that mates blissfully with protein. Here’s a matching Middle Eastern treat: meat kebabs filled with both meat and spices. The meat flavor is not lost amidst all these ingredients, but there surely is a spice assault on your mouth. The Middle Eastern…

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