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Current Obsession: Gjelina’s Kabocha, Olive Oil and Bittersweet Chocolate Cake

March 30, 2016 | By matt | 0 Comments

I have been in New York City for a very long time. Very long. And it will always be, in some sense, my home. But, because I am human and because New York is trying and filthy and expensive and aggravating in ways that only New York City can be, I slip into Didion daydreams. […]

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The Essential Chocolate Chip Cookie (and it is Whole Wheat)

March 3, 2016 | By matt | 0 Comments

Kim Boyce’s Chocolate Chip Cookie is a workhorse. (And her book is amazing). It has been around awhile and it is simple and no fuss. No, you do not have to let it age in the refrigerator for 3 days to develop flavor as the flavor is provided by the inclusion of 3 cups of whole wheat flour […]

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We Got Class

January 19, 2016 | By matt | 0 Comments

We are finally – FINALLY – launching our hands-on baking and decorating classes at Baked (Tribeca location)! And we want you to come join us. Our first class (Feb 10th), Beauty Tips from Baked, is a decorating class. Among the many thinks you will learn: how to make a silky buttercream, how to fill and […]

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Twelve Days of Holiday Cookies: Icelandic Kleinur

December 16, 2015 | By johannah | 0 Comments

The Nordic countries share many food traditions, none more delicious than klejner, a deep-fried pastry that dates back to the middle ages and is a common Christmas treat across Scandinavia and Northern Germany. Some differences persist. Danish klejner are typically unleavened. The same is true for Swedish klenäter. In Denmark, we also have Norwegian klejner, which are […]

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Twelve Days of Holiday Cookies: Boozy Holiday Kisses

December 14, 2015 | By johannah | 0 Comments

Entering the darkest two weeks of the year – when our days here in Copenhagen shrink to a mere seven hours and oftentimes seem much shorter – keeping the winter blues at bay can sometimes feel like a losing game. A friend who comes from the furthest reaches of northern Norway, where it stays dark […]

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The Best Bread Cookbooks of 2015: gift ideas for your favorite bread baker

December 2, 2015 | By matt | 0 Comments

(btw: the above image is from one of my favorite bread spots in the U.S., Babettes) It’s a good year to be a BREAD HEAD! Bread is trending. Or, more specifically, bread baking cookbooks are trending. It is 2015 and we are awash in a bounty of big, beautiful, bread cookbooks from some of our favorite […]

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Winter is Coming : Baked Upcoming Events and New Items

November 29, 2015 | By matt | 0 Comments

Don’t you want to get Baked this holiday season? Join us for one of our upcoming December events and/or check out some of our new items: Craft-Tacular 2 at BAKED: A Shine Production when: December 3rd at 7:00PM where: Baked Tribeca what: Shine NYC is bringing their craft magic to Baked Tribeca. In their second Baked class, […]

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“And Let Us Never Forget Where Home Is”, A Persimmon Pumpkin Pie Recipe

November 11, 2015 | By Brett Braley | 0 Comments

The world goes on forever when you live in small towns. Some parts of Indiana look like a prairie and some parts look like a jail cell. It all depends on if you make eye contact with strangers passing by on the street. It all depends on if you can afford the generic medicine at […]

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Caramel Apple Cake and the Pumpkin Show of Ripley County

October 28, 2015 | By Brett Braley | 0 Comments

I lost a tooth at a fair once. It was the Ripley County Pumpkin Show. I spit it in the dirt and someone kicked it under a game booth. I never got my Tooth Fairy money for it and blood ran down my chin that night. Midwesterners pray to a different set of harvest gods, […]

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An Ode to Gatherings: Cheddar-Apple Butter Galette

October 14, 2015 | By Brett Braley | 0 Comments

[The second post from one of our fave guest bloggers, Brett of Fig and Bleu] Heirloom is more than the grocery store variety for those from the Midwest.   You may inherit your grandfather’s name as your own and it becomes a relic of the Depression-era sensibility that still runs deep in your own blood. You finish […]

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