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
You probably know the drill by now, but just in case: I’m baking lots of stuff this summer — more complicated things like cakes on weekends, easier things like muffins and cookies for midweek — and bringing them in to … 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
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One of the very first real baking recipes in King Arthur Flour’s Whole Grain Baking — once you get past the waffles and the granola — is called “Sour Cream Muffins” (p. 33). It’s a generic recipe for a muffin … Continue reading
That’s a really long title for a short post. Fortunately, the actual title of the recipe is simply “Peanut Butter Muffins” — it appears on page 38 of Whole Grain Baking (Countryman Press, 2006) — and the chocolate chips are … Continue reading