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A layered gourmet brownie mix is the next best thing to home-baking. Doll a jar of this mix in a pretty rattan basket, along with a new brownie baking pan for a complete gift. Just use a great quality pure cocoa.
A cookie mix in a jar, with a recipe card attached. Nothing says loving like something from the oven and a gift like this passes on the joy of baking.
One dough : a thousand pastries (or pastry possibilities). Use this 1,2,3, quick dough to make miniature schecknen, rugulah, coffeecake, kolache, you name it. Let it rise a bit -you have Danish. Don't let it rise - you have crisp, buttery pastry. A wunderkind dough.
A sweet-dough crust used in European tarts and wonderful as a crust for an American style cheesecake. A slight amount of baking powder makes this rise just a tad, for a pastry shell that is light as well as delicate and buttery.
This puffy version of hamantaschen resembles a Danish. A sponge starter provides a leavening boost and extends shelf life.
Is there anything more beguiling than purity of heart? Perhaps purity of crumb. This feathery white bread is grandma-style wonderful. This is grilled cheese, bread and butter, and toastest with the mostest bread. Fresh yeast makes this wonderful but dry yeast is fine. After glazing, you could opt to top this with some poppy seeds. I make this in a giant round, free form loaf (but you can use loaf pans too). It is dusted with flour before it goes into the oven. This is so spectacular that you will have one bite and forget you ever thought sourdough breads were the last word on baking with yeast. This is that good. Malt powder (non diasatic) is available in health food stores or via King Arthur Baker's catalogue or your local bagel shop (which is where get my malt powder).
A multi-purpose dough recipe which lends itself to a variety of pastries.
This orange-scented dough made with oil is extra quick and easy and produces crisp, old-fashioned (bubbie style) hamantashen. I prefer my Bakery Style Hamantashen Dough but once in awhile, I return to this homey dough, for both nostalgia and a change of taste.
Recipe includes some suggested fillings.
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