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  • The Scuffin Takes the Cake

    The Scuffin Takes the Cake

    Last week, we reported on a surge of creativity in American bakeries inspired by the Cronut: a croissant-doughnut hybrid that has brought its creator, New York pastry chef Dominique Ansel, fame and fortune. The race to invent the next celebrity Frankenpastry is afoot, and we asked you to pick among ...

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  • How to bake with spices | Ruby bakes

    How to bake with spices | Ruby bakes

    Shake up your bakes by introducing flavourings normally used in savoury dishes - shunning the cinnamon can make for an invigoratingly radical take on classic biscuits and cakesSome spices are at the heart of baking: cinnamon can transform the fortunes of even the saddest apple pie, while nutmeg tur...

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  • Ruby Tandoh's rosemary pecan pie and farinata recipes | Ruby bakes

    Ruby Tandoh's rosemary pecan pie and farinata recipes | Ruby bakes

    A powerful herb with the capacity to bulldoze all other flavours, rosemary can also be subtle and sensual. Here are two recipes - one American, one Italian - deploying it to perfectionRosemary is a herb full of romance and symbolism; its heady scent, its mythological link to Aphrodite, its Mediterr...

  • Ruby Tandoh's marzipan recipes

    Ruby Tandoh's marzipan recipes

    Ruby Tandoh demonstrates the art of baking simple but sublime lemon and marzipan cupcakes, and adds a floral tweak to the festive classic cherry stollenI love marzipan. I like to peel it from battenberg cake and eat it in one long strip, or uncover a log of the stuff nestled inside the buttery doug...

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  • Now, you can 3D print your food

    Now, you can 3D print your food

    A Spanish start-up has developed a revolutionary new machine that can 3D print a variety of foods- from pasta to pizza - in different shapes.The food printing apparatus is loaded with any mixture of choice such as dough and it builds up the food layer by layer. The device, called 'Foodini' squirts o...

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  • Get set to bake cakes this Christmas

    Get set to bake cakes this Christmas

    As festive season begins, many bakery shops entice you with numerous sweet options. But a home-made pound cake remains favourite of many. Enjoy your own by getting the procedure right.Nidhi Wadhwa, owner and chef, Zura - a bar bistro bakery, says all ingredients of baking like eggs, baking powder sh...

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  • Why free-range milk is good for you

    Why free-range milk is good for you

    Real whole milk from grass-fed cows is creamy, nutritious and utterly delicious...Our shelves are stacked with white water labelled as milk, from cows pumped up on imported cereals and barely see, let alone chew, a blade of grass. But never confuse this with real whole milk as nature intended it, f...

  • How to make fluffy sponge | Kitchen tips

    How to make fluffy sponge | Kitchen tips

    Melting, rubbing in, whisking... sponge can start life in many guises. Here is the secret to making a basic fluffy sponge without reaching for a packetFor many of us, "creamed" cakes are where our cakey careers start; beating butter and sugar together, adding eggs, then folding in flour to make a s...

  •  Nigel Slater's 20 best Observer recipes: desserts and cakes

    Nigel Slater's 20 best Observer recipes: desserts and cakes

    Baked apples with dates, banana ice cream and more in the final part of Observer Food Monthly's celebration of Nigel Slater's first 20 years with the ObserverChocolate praline truffle cakeA cake for serious chocolate fans only. I serve this in extremely thin slices. The cake needs something to offs...

  • Fake blood for Halloween costumes and cakes: what's the best recipe?

    Fake blood for Halloween costumes and cakes: what's the best recipe?

    You can buy edible blood, but making your own adds a rich vein of fun to gory Halloween fancy dressGetting the right hue and consistency for fake blood - or "Kensington Gore" as it's known to thespians - is a problem that has challenged makeup artists for years. Not only does it need to look convi...

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