Monthly Archives: June 2016

Recipe quick takes: Joanne Chang’s Coconut Macaroons

A few weeks ago, I did Joanne Chang’s macarons — or, as she called them in pre-macaron-craze days, “Almond Macaroons with Bittersweet Chocolate Ganache”. This week, I’m back with her macaroons — proper macaroons, or “Coconut Macaroons” as she calls … Continue reading

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Recipe quick takes: Joanne Chang’s “Homemade Oreos”

Another week, another quick review of a Joanne Chang cookie recipe. I have to put “Homemade Oreos” — or perhaps “Homemade ‘Oreos’” — in quotation marks, because these sandwich cookies really don’t have anything to do with Oreo brand sandwich … Continue reading

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Recipe quick takes: Joanne Chang’s Almond Macaroons with Bittersweet Chocolate Ganache

This is just about the simplest baking recipe I’ve ever done here, to the extent that even an in-depth review isn’t going to be longer than a “quick take”. But before that, a little digression on naming. In recent years … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: two banana bread recipes from Joanne Chang

A number of the recipes in Joanne Chang’s cookbook Baking with Less Sugar (Chronicle Books, 2015) are revised versions of bakery favorites originally published in Flour (2010). “Flour’s Famous Banana Bread” is a justly popular recipe from Chang’s Flour Bakery … Continue reading

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