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Yay! So deserved a nomination! Congrats and go cake!
Toggle Commented Apr 7, 2014 on To make a cake. at 5 second rule
Ah...thanks for this post. I'm in the same boat, testing recipes for my book with readily available ingredients from the store. It's definitely a challenge! From what I can tell (from various sites on the internet), Italian leavening is just baking powder with some cornstarch and vanilla flavoring. I wonder if you can substitute the Italian leavening with baking powder and vanilla - which would make the recipe even more accessible to people without having them to resort to mail order such a specific ingredient. I also wonder if you can use one large egg and one large yolk since small eggs are so hard to find. Because I know you want to test the recipe just one more time... ;)
Toggle Commented Mar 16, 2014 on Why We Test Recipes at Ruth Reichl
I love the way they look hanging like that! Sort of like "bobbing for persimmons" or something...
Toggle Commented Nov 12, 2013 on Hoshigaki 3.0 at Hedonia
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I was honored and thrilled to be included in your fabulous dinner party! Not only was the food wonderful but the company outstanding. Thank you for inviting us.
Toggle Commented Nov 3, 2013 on Dinner with Marcella at Hedonia
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Beautiful. Just beautiful.
I love this post. LOVE this. No one I know who has a successful career path has ever followed the straight and narrow. Everything you do, every wandering, every stumble or wrong turn, every meandering side step influences you and makes the final end product all the more rich.
Toggle Commented Mar 22, 2012 on Yes, it counts. at 5 second rule
I think you missed a huge swath of dessert/baking blogs. Including: Sprinkle Bakes Dessert First Desserts for Breakfast Cafe Fernando Sweetapolita and of course, my blog, Eat the Love Other major food sites you missed include Running with Tweezers Use Real Butter Recipe Girl No Recipes Michael Ruhlman Ezra Poundcake Chez Pim Eating Rules
I do love this post. It's funny, as lately I've been very unsatisfied with my writing - struggling with telling the proper story for the basis of the recipe that I've created. I think it mostly has to do with the fact that I'm bored with my own writing, and if I'm bored, I know my readers must be too. Laziness does come into play of course. We all have too much to do, and not enough time in the day to do it. It's so easy to call something "the best ever" or "perfect for summertime". But even I know that I can't constantly be making the perfect dish post after post. Thank you for reminding me what writing is suppose to do: reach out, connect and hopefully transport.
Oh dear. It has been years since I have been back to NY. Most of my friends have moved away from that city. I need to figure out a way to get back there. Your post reminded me of all the food I miss out there. And yes to that shaved asparagus salad that you everyone else seemed to be commenting about. Sounds wonderful for the summertime...
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