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Ginger Molasses Cookies from Flour by Joanne Chang

I don’t mean to be a bad person. I’m just weak. We were in Boston and while Suzen attended a conference, I was off exploring. We have two wonderful cookbooks, Flour and Flour Too by the most talented Joanne Chang. She was in graduate school, began baking and what do you know: cookbook author, master of…

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Bombin’ Blondies from Extreme Brownies by Connie Weis

I do remember my first visit to the Museum of Modern Art. Decades ago. Before two, or is it three, massive expansions. Now, the Museum is as big as a cruise ship. Then, it was smaller, more intimate. There were fewer people and it was quieter. And the paintings seemed to have more impact. There…

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Angel Food Cake from Master Recipes by Stephen Schmidt

Light and yet satisfying. Angel food cake was originally described as the “food of the angels” and for good reason. Airy and light, a slice of this cake always seems perfectly fulfilling. You can frost it, or top with fruit, or glaze with honey and citrus flavored yogurt as I recently did. Or you can…

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Tipsy Cornmeal Cake

Soft, delicate, subtle. Not this cake. If you want a cake with “texture” and “flavor” that bites you back, resists your bite, then here is a recipe for you. And, it’s one to absorb any leftover berries you might find before fall freezes us all. The cake uses equal amounts of cornmeal and all-purpose flour.…

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