Apple Cinnamon Buns

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on October 29, 2013

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My two sisters and me recently decided to do a nostalgia (we grew up there) inspired trip to Seattle to see, smell and touch things from our collective childhood memories and visit the cemetery where my father rests.  We found two and one half days out of busy schedules that coincided, since sister Carole lives in Portland Oregon, [click to continue…]



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Peach Crisp

July 9, 2013
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The Summer is flying by.  With graduation, Father’s Day, Fourth of July and many other planned barbecues yet to come my culinary skills have been hard at work.  This week I have been working on summer season baking ideas.  Have you heard of the Miette bakery in San Francisco?

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Cinnamon Rolls

December 20, 2010
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Cinnamon, a rolled then dried, piece of bark, harvested from several trees, is one of the most widely used flavorings in the world.  It cuts across continents, ethnicities and cultures, while used in sweet, savory, and hot spicy dishes.  Cinnamon not only makes cinnamon rolls irresistible but can be found in coffee cake and other […]

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Chocolate Babka

December 18, 2010
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It is dark and raining out, Hanukah has ended, yet I still want to bake goodies to give away.  I recalled a fantastic babka recipe that appeared in Gourmet magazine years ago.

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