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Recent Sundays are for baking newsletters – spooky and sweet!

Read the two most recent SPOOKY issues of Sundays are for baking – featuring homemade granola, pumpkin chocolate chip muffins, and three-ingredient peanut butter cookies! There are full recipes plus other seasonal goodness in these issues – check them out below! And subscribe for upcoming newsletters!

getting in the spooky spirit

Mostly Stovetop Granola

Happy Halloween!

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins – my original recipe also featured in Hallowzine: issue 2!

trick or TREAT!

Easy Peanut Butter Cookies

More fall (apple and butternut squash soup).

More Sundays are for baking (a roughly monthly newsletter on cooking, baking, food, art and more!).

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end talk – the latest!

I’ve got some recent new content to share from END TALK – podcast and media newsletter!

Listen:

“How Obama Killed Indie Music” (on the shifting terrain in indie music from 2000 to the present, including the particularities of the indie sound as the genre developed and mutated post-2010)

“Ciao Bella!” (on Cuomo, the non-hero of New York AKA Emmy-award winning disgraced ex-Governor, Andrew Cuomo)

These episodes are also available on podcast streaming apps by searching “end talk.”

Read:

Welcome to END TALK, and welcome to summer 2021, possibly the hottest summer yet experienced during mankind’s existence on planet Earth, but hardly the hottest we will experience for the remainder of our species’ tenure here. Welcome BACK TO NORMAL—today is Friday, July 16, 2021.

Back to normal… this concept was the selling point for the Biden electoral coalition, as well as the theoretical promise to be realized by ending the pandemic. Well, the pandemic has not ended, and while the administration did not achieve its goal of vaccinating 70% of Americans by the 4th of July, that’s ok!—because we have collectively decided to pretend they did.

It seems that normalcy is more a collectively-agreed-upon state of acceptance than any objective metric for measuring external reality.”

Read on.

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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)

Subscribe for free for baking inspiration in your inbox! (Roughly twice a month!) And please share!

buttermilk muffins

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

Sundays are for baking is a recipe newsletter I’m writing on Substack. Subscribing is free!

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.

Subscribe in Substack for recipe newsletters – there will be a new and very DELUXE issue coming this Sunday, 3/28!

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.

I’ll be sharing recipes, photos, food stories, and more. Please subscribe for issues in your inbox! Sign up NOW, so you don’t miss the first post – coming this Sunday!

I’ll still be posting here on the blog, so if you haven’t followed me here, please do!

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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