Suzi's Blog

Brownies from Classic Cookies with a Modern Twist

“Where is the 8 by 8 pan?” Suzen asked me. “There, right there, in that stack in your hand,” I answered. She was holding a big collection of baking pans. She had a frustrated look on her face. “Ya think!” she responded with angst. God, sometimes I have to prove everything. I got the ruler.…

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Thanksgiving Ideas: Pumpkin and Cinnamon Strudel from Fireside Feasts

Fall is pumpkin season, for decoration and for eating. Pumpkin pie is surely the most common way we consume those lovely orange spheres. Here’s a very different way to enjoy pumpkins, and, most importantly, it does not use that canned pumpkin stuff. No, here you are eating a pumpkin, a real pumpkin. The idea here…

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Mint Chocolate Brownie Pie from Ken Haedrich

If you don't know the name Ken Haedrich, you are missing out on life. He's an exceptional cookbook author with, I must say, a very deep sweet tooth. Ken has started The Pie Academy and is happy to serve as dean. This lastest goodie from Ken is something I have to share with you. It's…

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Chocolate Chip Cookies from Dorie Greenspan via Paris

Some foods are just American. Apple pie, chocolate chip cookies, … Ah, well, about that pie. There is tart tartine from France which is certainly a forerunner of our treat — and to be truthful a good tartine can give a good apple pie a very strong run for the money. Or the Euro. But…

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