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Sundays are for baking

Read the last two issues of Sundays are for baking – recipe newsletter:

tell me challah-bout it
salty-sweet pink moon treat (salted chocolate chip shortbread cookies)

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buttermilk muffins

Another easy and delightful breakfast recipe on Sundays are for baking earlier this week: please read and subscribe!

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flourless chocolate cake

Happy Passover! For a new issue of Sundays are for baking, I made flourless chocolate cake, using a recipe by King Arthur Baking Co.! Check it out, and PLEASE subscribe in Substack for new issues!

squash bread

Earlier this week on Sundays are for baking I shared a recipe for kabocha squash quick bread with chocolate chips – check it out! A tasty and easy to make breakfast bread.

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First issue of Sundays are for baking

The first issue of Sundays are for baking (recipe newsletter) is available now – check it out!

Sundays are for baking

I am trying out a new project: Sundays are for baking! A recipe newsletter through Substack.

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Buttermilk “Biscones” with Chocolate Chunks

This recipe is adapted from The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook. They are called biscones (bis-cones) because they are part biscuit, part scone! Perfect combination. Perfect amount of sweetness – sweeter than a regular biscuit, but not overly sweet (still biscuit-y). I made this recipe more than once recently, and what follows includes the improvements I made on my technique for my final batch. And, I used DIY methods to substitute buttermilk and cake flour, so you can probably make this with what you have at home. (Recipe uses dairy butter and milk.) 

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