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Can I freeze your brownies? Our brownies freeze exceptionally well and we know a few people that prefer our brownies slightly cold! To freeze: wrap the brownies very tightly in two layers of plastic wrap. To eat: leave the brownies in the plastic wrap and defrost either in the refrigerator which will take longer or at room temperature. Unwrap and eat. Brownies can be frozen for up to 2 months, but we dare you to exercise that much restraint. Can I freeze your cookies? Generally speaking, we don't recommend freezing our cookies, though we know several people that do so and are very happy with the results.
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It was main street diner meets Dean and DeLuca's, and added numerous crowd-pleasers to my repertoire, including the classic Baked brownie and the pumpkin chocolate chip loaf. In their second cookbook "Baked Explorations," Matt and Renato focus on comfort foods rather than innovation; there's a much more retro feel in the photography and recipe selection, one that pays tribute to grandma's kitchen and heirloom recipes in general. Classic shortbread cookies, thumbprint cookies, and grasshopper bars my grandmother used to make a very similar confection conjure up memories of "high tea" with grandma and her neighborhood friends.
The breakfast section features the lion's share of recipes, with guest appearances by monkey bubble bread, pumpkin cheddar muffins, farm stand buttermilk doughnuts, Nutella scones, malted waffles, crumb cake, baked French toast, and baked cheese grits. For those who prefer their breakfasts to induce sugar comas, you'll find oatmeal chocolate chip cake with cream cheese frosting and the sinfully decadent double-chocolate loaf with peanut butter cream cheese spread. Imagine biting into a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup for breakfast, and you've got the general idea, although this is gussied up with Valhrona cocoa powder and Ghirardelli bittersweet chips.
Regional desserts, especially those rescued from the musty depths of community cookbooks, are featured prominently, including offerings from the Northeast Maine's Joe Froggers, NYC's black and white cookie , buckeyes and heartland turtle bars from the Midwest, and strawberry Jell-o salad even before I became a vegetarian, gelatin and I were on dubious footing. Southern cuisine gets a definite nod, with honey corn muffins, buttermilk pie, cowboy cookies, pudding bars, lady praline chiffon cake, and burnt sugar Bundt cake with caramel rum frosting.
To appease the various factions of mud pie purists, there are two different versions of Mississippi Mud Pie; the first is a chocolate-drenched, bourbon-laced coffee ice cream tart, while the second, Muddy Mississippi Cake, is a flourless chocolate cake "inside a cookie crust topped with a layer of silky chocolate pudding and whipped cream.
As with their previous cookbook, "Baked Explorations" is beautifully laid out on high-quality paper. The endpapers are printed in a gorgeous gold-accented design that brought to mind Lomonosov porcelain. The eye-catching photography by Tina Rupp really pops, and this time around there are staged vignettes featuring antique china, vintage books, weathered bakeware, and various antiques scattered about. Reading each recipe's introduction is part of the fun; ingredients and instructions are clearly laid out and broken into manageable steps, while Baked notes and variations are also featured.
You'll find a handy metric conversion chart and list of sources at the back, while helpful hints on ingredients, preparation, and storage can be found throughout. One note of warning: Matt and Renato don't believe on skimping on quality ingredients, so you'll see recommendations for Valrhona cocoa and other premium items.
Use the best you can afford or find , and your recipes will turn out memorably. This is one cookbook that more than lives up to the high expectations of its predecessor, and will make the perfect gift for any foodie on your list.
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Review copy generously provided by Abrams Feb 21, Lisa rated it really liked it. I would eat everything in this book, and when I say everything I mean everything. There are not many pictures, and most of recipes involve ALOT of ingredients. But Yummm. Feb 22, Janie rated it it was amazing Shelves: reviewed-for-lj , non-fiction.
ISBN This highly anticipated new compilation of favorite desserts with spins is sure to inspire both novice and old pros. Included are some of the authors' most requested recipes, which are superbly photographed with a nostalgic feel of grandma's kitchen. The authors share the social aspects of the recipes as well as geographical variations and baking notes to make this collection truly original. There's plenty of chocolate—e. Verdict As enjoyable to read as it is to bake from, this will be a welcome addition to any baking section.
Nov 30, Vy rated it really liked it. I was intrigued by a recipe I saw for Tomato Soup Cupcakes. I tried them, and they were so good that I got the book. It is a fun read, and the recipes seem accessible even for those of us who are not pros in the kitchen. The recipes are interesting takes on "classic" desserts, often ones that are regional. There are so many things that I'd like to make. Nutella scones? Malted waffles? Red velvet whoopie pies? Sweet and salty brownies? Yes, please! The photographs are charming and have a nostalgi I was intrigued by a recipe I saw for Tomato Soup Cupcakes.
The photographs are charming and have a nostalgic quality, which is fitting for the book.
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Not all of the recipes include a photo, though, and I wish they did. Of note, the Speculaas recipe includes cardamom in the instructions but not in the ingredient list. I only noticed because I was contemplating that recipe and read it through. I am hoping there aren't other errors like that. Feb 28, Beth rated it really liked it Shelves: blog-review , reviews.
From the library. This one gets four stars. It was a wonderful collection of unique recipes covering everything from cookies to pies to cakes, and beyond. Granted, some of the recipes are more advanced, but armed with a trusty KitchenAid mixer the majority of the recipes will be more than manageable for the average from scratch baker.
The Honey Corn Muffins came out very well and didn't last long enough for me to photograph them for the review! On the other hand, the Double Chocolate Loaf, while tasting yummy, horrendously overflowed the pan and looked hideous. This is certainly recommended for bakers. Jan 14, Laura rated it it was amazing Shelves: cooking. I have made so many Baked recipes over the past two and a half months. I love their Chocolate Coffee Cake.
I have made it twice for birthday occasions. The first time I made it I became so excited to put it together that I put on all three layers of the cake without any frosting in between them.
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I was practically in tears. I thought I ruined it.
In the end after many hours of repair the cake turned out great. The second time I made it went much smoother. I took my time and paid close attention t I have made so many Baked recipes over the past two and a half months. I took my time and paid close attention to details. Everyone loved the cake. I had a few critics there too. I just love how the dark chocolate tastes with the rich chocolate cake and the coffee butter cream frosting;they help each other out.
It's perfect! Feb 11, Peggy rated it really liked it Shelves: cookbooks.
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I checked this book out of the libary and it did not take long before I realized this was one of those "keeper" cookbooks that I just had to own! And I have to say, I have seen many a recipe for doughnuts, but never have I been so inspired to make them until I saw the recipe for them in this book! The baked treats in this cookbook are familiar but with a twist that is sure to impress. They loo I checked this book out of the libary and it did not take long before I realized this was one of those "keeper" cookbooks that I just had to own! They look elaborate and yet they are surprisingly simple to make.
Baked Explorations Classic American Desserts Reinvented
The book inludes a chapter on tools, equipment and brand recommendations that is refreshingly brief, straightforward, relevant and helpful. Jun 13, Brenna rated it it was ok. I liked the first book better. Not that this isn't good, it's just a bit too fancy for my taste. For example, a lot of crusts made out of cookies in a food processor. Sounds amazing but alas many of us do not own a food processor. Anyway it has great pictures and may be better for others. I only found one recipe for it. Mar 10, Amanda rated it really liked it Shelves: cookbooks. This is my favorite of the 3 Baked books, in that it has the most recipes that I have made or want to make.
This is a good cookbook, with a nice mix of recipes and beautiful photography. As with all the Baked books, the writing is filled with a high level of food snobbery and the recipe directions could stand to be simplified.
Blueberry Peaches & Dreams Pie, adapted from Baked Exploration
Sep 29, Laura rated it it was amazing. My teen-aged son jokingly calls this the "pretentious cookbook" because some of the ingredients are only available at a specialty grocery, and the recipes are so labor-intensive. However, we keep coming back to it, because every recipe we have tried has been unquestionably delicious! A fun book to look at and read, as well.
Jun 22, Liz De Coster rated it really liked it Shelves: food , hobbies. There were many more recipes in this book that I was interested in trying out than in the first book, Baked: New Frontiers in Baking. I think the focus of this book, on classic American desserts, was clearer, and the book was more focused on recipes than techniques.