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Recipe quick take: Brown Sugar–Oat Cherry Muffins from Joanne Chang’s Flour, too

Continuing with this summer’s baking project, this week’s “easy midweek” recipe is a muffin recipe from Joanne Chang’s second cookbook, Flour, too: Brown Sugar–Oat Cherry Muffins (p. 70). Chang credits the original recipe to “Brian, one of our pastry chefs”, and … Continue reading

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Coming Attractions

If you’ve been following my blog at all, you’ve probably read about how I made a list of recipes to bake this summer, and asked my coworkers to pick their top three (based only on the recipe name and source). … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: Joanne Chang’s Ginger Molasses Cookies

On Monday and Tuesday, I passed around a list of about 40 baking recipes to my coworkers, and asked each one to nominate the top three things from the list that they’d like to see. Strangely enough, the two most … Continue reading

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Recipe quick takes: Joanne Chang’s Brown Butter-Crispy Rice Treats

This is a really quick “quick take”, since I didn’t take any pictures at all. But look, you all know what Rice Krispies Treats look like? You had them as a kid, just like I did. Well, “Brown Butter-Crispy Rice … Continue reading

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Browniefest part 5: Joanne Chang’s “Fudgy Mascarpone Brownies”

This was the first recipe I had done from Chang’s latest book, Baking with Less Sugar. As I’ve told numerous people, this book should really have been titled Baking with Less Granulated Sugar; the emphasis is not on reducing sugar … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: Joanne Chang’s “New Old-Fashioned” Coffee Cake

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Continuing my rundown of this past long weekend’s cooking projects, on Monday — Patriots’ Day — I made Joanne Chang’s “New Old-Fashioned” coffee cake from Flour (Chronicle Books, 2010; p. 62). Unlike the last coffee cake I made, which was … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: Joanne Chang’s caramelized onion and bacon quiche

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I’m always on the lookout for recipes that will give me reasonably low-calorie lunches and dinners, because my diet doesn’t leave a lot of room for thousand-calorie meals. (Alternatively, I’m always on the lookout for reasonably low-calorie meals so I … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: Christopher’s oven-baked potato and red pepper tortilla from Joanne Chang

Long title, short article. This recipe, from the “breakfast” chapter of Joanne Chang’s Flour, too (p. 93), was developed by Flour’s opening-day savory chef, Chris, and then reworked by Chang’s husband and fellow restaurauteur Christopher Myers. It’s a pretty straightforward … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: Chef Corey’s New England-style Baked Beans with Thick-Cut Bacon

So far I’m two for two since posting my midwinter blogging schedule. Today’s post is about another one of those recipes from Joanne Chang’s cookbook Flour, too that Chang attributes to one of the chefs running the savory side of … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: Joanne Chang’s French Lemon-Poppy Pound Cake

Now for something completely different! It’s been a while since I made any sort of cake, and I’ve wanted to try this one (from Joanne Chang’s Flour, pp. 70–72) for a while. The proportions are very similar to a pound … Continue reading

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