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This lemon loaf was ok but not great.  I have a lemon loaf recipe I make that has you poke holes in the top and pour a lemony sugar syrup all over the loaf and it is scrumptious… this loaf just seemed a bit bland to me for all the   Read More ...

I would have loved this recipe if I had not just made a similar recipe that I liked even better. This recipe, both crust and filling, was well explained in the directions and baked up perfectly. You would think a mixture of Italian cheeses and prosciutto would win over most   Read More ...

Here it is… your basic Irish Soda Bread for St. Patty’s day.  Recipe was clear and easy to follow.  Loaf turned out fine… more flavor than White Loaves.  Bread was still good for toasting the next morning then it is time to get rid of it.  I usually add raisins   Read More ...

The finished Rugelach.  Why three ways?  Since I had already made them before (twice!)  I thought I would fool around with the slicing and shaping to see if that made a difference.  It did… on the first baking sheet I shaped them as directed… they came out harder and not   Read More ...

Perfectly scrumptious delicious chocolate wonderfulness.  Enough said?  The only trouble with these individual tarts is that, as good as they are, a  3 inch chocolate tart is a bit much for anyone to eat… particularly after a big dinner.  I think I would try to find smaller tart pans or   Read More ...

First entry for Tuesdays with Dori.  This is my very first blog post ever.  How exciting!  I came in late to this challenge and have been trying to catch up to stay with the group in April.  The baking part has been easy for me… the setting up the blog   Read More ...

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