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    3 cheers for cake! sour cherry almond yogurt cake

    I made this cake way back in the first week of March and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. We were invited to a friend’s house for dinner and I said I’d bring dessert. I wasn’t sure exactly what…

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    my favorite banana bread

    I’ve always been a little afraid of banana bread – too banana-y, too sickly sweet. But I’ve made some killer loaves, ones with chocolate chips and cinnamon topping, one flavoured with rum, a?vegan version?with cocoa and coconut, another with espresso,…

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    rummies everywhere rejoice: easy french rum cake

    I went jean shopping a little while ago and bought a pair of jeans. I loved them so much that I went back and bought a second pair. I do that a lot – find something I love and buy…

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    ten long years: blood orange poppy seed loaf

    Holy crap. I’ve been doing this food blog thing for 10 years. Happy freaking blog-o-birthday-versary to me! It’s kind of?a big deal?big milestone so I did the one thing I knew I had to do. Bake a cake. Well, it’s…

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    an easy weekender: espresso and spice bundt cake

    This is was an unexpected cake. We had just returned from a totally unplanned last minute 5 day trip to Los Angeles (which was amazing, by the way) and heading into the kitchen to bake was the last thing on…

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    plum cake, because plums are better when cake is involved

    Okay, this cake also goes by the name of torte. I’m not sure why, but truthfully I couldn’t care less. This is a good cake with a good New York Times lineage. If you haven’t made it already, I’m not…

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    quin-wha?? deep & dark chocolate quinoa cake with peanut butter frosting

    Oh boy, where do I begin? I’m in a post-travel funk. It’s hard to get back to work and home after even just 2 weeks away. First off, New Orleans is a wonderful city: highly walkable, enjoyably bike-able and the…

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    working it out: cinnamon apple snack cake

    I should be feeling on the crabby side of the morning spectrum. I was woken up extra early this morning and I was out of my milk for my morning coffee. Yet, because it was the deep, repeated bellow of…

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