Tag Archives: King Arthur Flour

Recipe quick takes: sandwich bread and slow-roasted pork chops

In accordance with my pledge from earlier this year, I made two new recipes recently, a whole-wheat sandwich bread I printed out ages ago from King Arthur Flour, and the “deviled” pork chops from next month’s issue of Cook’s Illustrated. … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: King Arthur Flour’s Classic 100% Whole Wheat Bread

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I have a few recipes for sandwich bread that I bake time and again, but sometimes I like to try something different. Last weekend, I stumbled across a recipe I had printed out from KingArthurFlour.com for an all-whole-wheat sandwich bread. … Continue reading

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Peanut-butter cookies

This weekend I made peanut-butter cookies for the first time in years, probably decades. These were big peanut-butter cookies, over two inches in diameter, definitely one per serving, from Joanne Chang’s Flour (Chronicle Books, 2010; p. 114), so they’re not really … Continue reading

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Recipe quick takes: A disappointing whole-grain Honey Cake from King Arthur Flour

Caution: I did this eight days ago. I didn’t bake anything this (three-day) weekend, so there was less pressure to get it written up than usual (I try to avoid queuing multiple recipes) because I was planning on doing a … Continue reading

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Recipe quick takes: King Arthur Flour’s Soft Chocolate Chip Cookies

This is the second year in a row that I’ve done a chocolate-chip cookie recipe from King Arthur’s “The Baker’s Catalogue”. I usually don’t find these recipes worth bothering with, as most of them are designed to use some partially-prepared … Continue reading

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Recipe quick takes: Birthday Cake 2015

In the week before Christmas, I baked three different things, the first of which was my birthday cake. It seems a bit weird to bake a cake for one’s own birthday, but I’ve found it’s the best way to preempt … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: King Arthur Flour’s Whole-wheat Carrot Cake

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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Recipe quick takes: King Arthur Flour’s whole-wheat pumpkin bread

If you read the last installment, you’ll recall that I had to do a bunch of shuffling of my baking schedule as a result of a critical ingredient not being available. As a result, I ended up moving a pumpkin … Continue reading

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Recipe quick takes: King Arthur Flour’s Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

This is the second of three promised posts to update you on my recent baking projects. As an occasional customer of King Arthur Flour’s “Baker’s Store”, they send me monthly catalogues, which I mostly just toss in the recycling bin, … Continue reading

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Recipe quick takes: King Arthur Flour’s Chocolate Zucchini Cake

It’s that time of year again, when people in small towns all over this country lock their cars and their back doors to forestall neighborly gifts of summer squash. Here in the big city, we always lock our doors, and … Continue reading

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