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Who Needs Cookbooks When You Have the Internet? Top Recipe Websites

Caroline Gentile

May 6, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, Lifestyle

by Caroline Gentile '13, co-Editor-in-Chief I hadn't been much of a baker until I saw a picture of a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup brownie show up on my Facebook newsfeed.  Oozing with melted chocolate and peanut butter, this brownie...

Baking for beginners: styles and utensils to know

Holly Dayton

November 26, 2011

Filed under Featured Stories, Lifestyle, The Lens

By Holly Dayton '13, Lens Section Editor This little article is for those of you out there who can't tell the difference between a box grater and a whisk. A few basic kitchen terms and cooking styles will give you a baseline...

A quest for the best… apple pie

Holly Dayton

November 26, 2011

Filed under Featured Stories, Lifestyle, The Lens

By Holly Dayton '13, Lens Section Editor With you-know-what season approaching, it's time to break out the best of the pie recipes and roll up the sleeves in the kitchen. This weekend, I spent my Saturday baking off two varieties...

The scone: Portman presents origins and recipe

Alex Lento

March 10, 2010

Filed under Lifestyle

By Sally Portman, '13, Contributor Looking for a treat, and having sorted through many different recipes, Cassie Sachs, '13, and I decided to bake simple, delicious chocolate scones.  Although scones may not be the most nutritious...

Freshmen share baking tips, recipe for jumbleberry pie

Alex Lento

November 17, 2009

Filed under Lifestyle

By Sally Portman, ’13, and Sophie Weinstein, ’13, Contributors If you have never baked a pie before, don’t be afraid to try.  Even if you make a few mistakes in the process, like we did, you will still have fun along the...

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