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What’s Up, Doc What’s Up, Doc By Joe the Baker 04/15/14 23:39 Easter desserts can be tricky, as many fruits are not yet in season. So why not take a cue from our favorite bunny and use vegetables instead? Carrot cake not only pays homage to the...
Kugelhopf Kugelhopf By Joe the Baker 03/30/14 20:58 Kugelhopf is one of my favorite breads – not only because it’s fun to say, but because of how it’s bold spiral shape contrasts with its delicate texture. While the cake-like...
English Muffins English Muffins By Joe the Baker 03/09/14 22:42 Breakfast has always been my favorite meal. I would love to see a truly epic, Michelin-starred breakfast restaurant elevate our commonplace fare. Obviously I also have an affinity for...
Sandwich Bread Sandwich Bread By Joe the Baker 02/22/14 17:54 Preparation: 10 min Bread is one of those avenues in pastry that’s easy to dabble in and difficult to master. There are very simple, black-and-white rules about making bread, but the reality lurks in the...
Vanilla Bean Cheesecake Vanilla Bean Cheesecake By Joe the Baker 02/02/14 20:41 For many, cheesecake is the quintessential dessert. It is tart, creamy, rich, and a malleable platform for seasonal flair. If you’ve been reading my blog for long, you know...
Buche de Noel Buche de Noel By Joe the Baker 12/18/13 16:19 I love exotic, fun, Buche de Noel displays that stun and capture the imagination. These little cakes are among my favorite things to see as the year ends; their colors and genius assembly...
Battenberg Cake Battenberg Cake By Joe the Baker 12/04/13 16:34 I am constantly inspired by my fellow sweet smiths, but especially impressed during this time of year when chefs work long hours and creativity abounds. Recently Chef Jennifer Yee posted about...
Always Choose “Treat” Always Choose “Treat” By Joe the Baker 10/31/13 17:34 Halloween marks the beginning of the busy pastry schedule that runs through Mother’s Day. In order to keep our sanity, it is best to have fun with it and embrace this holiday in all...
Paris-Brest Paris-Brest By Joe the Baker 10/25/13 14:57 Pastry chefs tend to adopt a favorite shape for their creations. Many love the organic flow of crumbles and foams while other go-to’s include spheres, rectangles, and clean lines. I...
Linzertorte Linzertorte By Joe the Baker 10/16/13 22:02 After returning from the 4th Annual Starchefs.com International Pastry Competition empty-handed, I found myself asking “What next?” I’ve been reflecting a lot on my...
Fall Flavors Fall Flavors By Joe the Baker 10/07/13 17:03 I love the celebration of seasons. Spring is ushered in with rhubarb and under ripe fruit, summer has it’s bounty of color and flavor, and then comes fall with root vegetables and hearty...
Crème Caramel, it's So Good Crème Caramel, it's So Good By Joe the Baker 07/15/13 22:37 For their July 2013 issue, So Good.. the magazine of haute patisserie challenged four chefs from around the world to re-imagine a classic crème caramel. I was honored to be featured alongside pastry gods Gregoire Michaud (Hong Kong), Miguel Serra (Asturias),...
Classic Peach Cobbler Classic Peach Cobbler By Joe the Baker 06/24/13 14:15 When you find amazing produce, your job is half-done. Peaches are are best enjoyed at the height of their summer freshness, and a classic cobbler is a perfect way to showcase their delicate flavors while keeping the fruits' integrity. For the filling, slice...
Russian Loaf Cinnamon Bread Russian Loaf Cinnamon Bread By Joe the Baker 06/20/13 15:39 Everyone loves cinnamon rolls. While I have posted about these gems before, sometimes I get tired of the typical presentation. I decided to twist it up a bit with a simple Russian loaf. Create a roulade of bread with delicious cinnamon sugar filling, just...
We Got the Beet We Got the Beet By Joe the Baker 06/07/13 17:18 These days the heat is gentle, the sun is bright, and the produce is abundant. Of course, the best place to get fresh, colorful fruit and veg is from your local farmer. I highly encourage personal relationships with the people who keep food on our tables....
Pound Cake Strawberry Shortcake Pound Cake Strawberry Shortcake By Joe the Baker 05/26/13 22:25 With one of the quintessential grilling holidays underway, sometimes dessert is an afterthought. This summer, keep it simple with an American classic. Half-Pound Cake: 226 grams butter, soft 175 grams sugar 50 grams brown sugar 230 grams whole eggs 160...
Peaches Melba Peaches Melba By Joe the Baker 05/08/13 15:28 I recently spoke at the American Culinary Federation Central Region Conference about modernizing traditional desserts. One of the desserts I demonstrated was my take on the classic peach melba. Auguste Escoffier is credited for creating this seasonal dessert...
Corn Tortillas Corn Tortillas By Joe the Baker 04/22/13 19:31 Recently I took part in the first annual North Texas Taco Festival and Taco Throwdown. The weather was perfect, the people were friendly, and the food was awesome - a truly great day to be a chef. A big shout out to all of the organizers, vendors, and sponsors!...
Vegetarian Quiche Recipe Vegetarian Quiche Recipe By Joe the Baker 04/09/13 16:32 Quiche is the perfect vehicle for showcasing gorgeous spring produce. After a whole season of heavy meals and fairly monochromatic plates, a vibrant quiche is a welcome change. While usually reserved for brunch or afternoon tea, quiche can be eaten at any...
Good (Foodie) Friday Good (Foodie) Friday By Joe the Baker 03/29/13 15:31 Hippity Hoppity Easter's On It's Way! No comments: Post a Comment Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Loading... Bread Cakes Candy Charity Chocolate Classics Competition Cookies Custards Dairy Free Fruit Gluten Free Ice Cream Kitchen Macarons...
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