If you are like most of us, we grew up dipping slices of bread in an egg and milk mixture, maybe with a little cinnamon, and then frying them on griddle as we would pancakes. But you can be more adventuresome… Read More »How to Make Baked and Stuffed French Toast
There are five important factors that make the difference between light, airy bread and a dense flop. None is difficult to manage—in fact, yeast is quite forgiving—but you’ll be a better bread baker if you understand these factors. Yeast… Read More »Five Factors to Get Your Bread to Rise
With only four ingredients and three steps, this is an easy flourless cake. And it’s perfect to make for your sweetheart. As with other flourless chocolate cakes, this is dense and chocolatey. A simple dusting of powdered sugar makes this… Read More »Easy Flourless Chocolate Cake
We especially love this pie in the summer time; we don’t have to bake it. It goes together quickly and easily and is so scrumptious—ripe bananas, a smooth vanilla custard, and vanilla wafer crumb crust. Mmm . . .… Read More »Banana Cream Pie in a Vanilla Wafer Crust
As far as baking a graham cracker crust before filling it with a cream filling, that is a matter of preference. Either chill the pie shell to set the crust so that it is firm or bake the crust… Read More »Do I need to bake my graham cracker crumb crusts?