Carrot cake is one of the easiest and most flexible cakes you can possibly bake. Its rough, “homemade” texture requires no unusual ingredients to buy, bulky equipment to store, or special techniques to master, yet the results can be so … Continue reading
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I made this cake over Labor Day weekend; the first of two carrot cakes I expect to make this year, it comes from Joanne Chang’s first cookbook, Flour (with Christie Matheson; Chronicle Books, 2010; pp. 159ff). The published recipe includes the … Continue reading
This was originally intended to be more of a walk-through than a quick take, but my camera battery had other ideas. (It’s recharged now.) This is connected in some small degree with my research last month into carrot cake recipes, … Continue reading
Last October, I organized Pumpkin Pie Fest, a celebration of that classic Thanksgiving dessert. (In fact, we held the event on the day after Canadian Thanksgiving, a holiday which in this country is called “Columbus Day“, on which we try … Continue reading