Kim Boyce

Kim Boyce
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Kim finds that seasonal jams, compotes, and fruit butters bring out the complex flavors of whole-grain flours. This also appeals to her desire to cook with the seasons — as much as Southern California allows!


Kim Boyce
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Pear and Buckwheat Pancakes

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Kim Boyce is a cookbook author and former pastry chef. She is the author of Good to the Grain: Baking with Whole-Grain Flours.


When Kim left the professional kitchen to raise her family, she determined that she would bake at home with her kids and for her family and friends. The result is a book about baking with whole-grain flours. In it, she uses 12 different kinds of flour to create baked goods that are full bodied and full flavored.


Kim was a pastry chef at Spago and Campanile, two famed restaurants in Los Angeles. Her husband is currently a chef at Spago.


Kim has contributed to Bon Appétit magazine and the Los Angeles Times numerous times — and she has been profiled in both publications, too.


Kim, her husband, and two young daughters live in the Los Angeles area. Her website is

Latest Recipes

Chocolate Chip Cookies

These cookies are the size of your palm, with thick, chewy edges, soft centers, and big chocolate chunks. It's surprising just how delici...

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Honey Hazelnut Cookies

This crisp cookie is a cross between shortbread and linzer dough. It's a dry dough, crumbly and flecked with ground nuts. Two components ...

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Pear and Buckwheat Pancakes

Fragrant ripe pears and rich honey butter are a great match for the dark, earthy flavors of buckwheat flour in these pancakes--imagine a ...

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Granola Bars

These bars, more cookie than health food, are loaded with oats and flaxseed meal. They'll satisfy a craving for an afternoon sweet or pro...

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Nothing gets a four-year-old's attention quite as quickly as the mention of graham crackers, or "grahams," as they're called at my daught...

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