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This popular bread is what most people think of as “French bread.” These long, crisp, and crusty loaves are beloved and remembered by eve...

by Nick Malgieri and Andrew Schloss

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Apricot Crumb Cake

This good all-purpose crumb cake can be made with any juicy fresh fruit. Try substituting prune plums or pitted cherries for the apricots.

by Nick Malgieri and Andrew Schloss


Chocolate Chestnut Bûche De Noël

There are many flavor and presentation variations for this traditional French Christmas log. I like this one because the chocolate cake a...

by Nick Malgieri and Andrew Schloss


Banana Feuilletés with Caramel Sauce

The flavor of bananas macerated in sugar and rum goes perfectly with caramel and buttery puff pastry. All the elements for this may be as...

by Nick Malgieri and Andrew Schloss


Genoise (and Variations)

This rich, delicate cake forms the basis for many filled, frosted, and glazed cakes. A good plain genoise is hard to beat-it has an elega...

by Nick Malgieri and Andrew Schloss


Danish Walnut Braid

This large braid is easier and quicker than forming individual Danish pastries. Though the beautifully woven top of the pastry looks comp...

by Nick Malgieri and Andrew Schloss


Quickest Puff Pastry

Although the standard type of quick puff pastry is not very time-consuming, this version, which uses a food processor to mix and adds a t...

by Nick Malgieri and Andrew Schloss


Danish Pastry Dough

This dough is similar to both brioche aud croissant doughs, and is actually a combination of the two. The recipe is freely adapted from W...

by Nick Malgieri and Andrew Schloss


Spicy Ginger Vinaigrette

Thoroughly whisk together all ingredients.

by Andrew Schloss


Turkey Tacos with Fresh Salsa

In a skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Sauté turkey, onion and chili powder, breaking up turkey with a fork, until no pink remai...

by Andrew Schloss


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