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Why We Garden

January 14, 20100 Comments
Why We Garden

Follow Us To the uninitiated, or perhaps uninterested, gardeners can seem like fussy, badly dressed Earth Mothers and Earth Fathers who rummage around the yard. Well, at least that’s what I probably look like. But in reality, we are all gardeners in a sense – even if we don’t actually go out and mess about […]

Top 5 Tips for Perfect Fondant

January 13, 20101 Comment

Follow Us Working with fondant can be a bit tricky, even for the most experienced home cook. That’s why we asked fondant pro (and BakeSpace Mentor) DDPie to give us a few tips for anyone thinking about trying their hand at fondant. Photo Fireman’s Helmet Fondant Recipe Here are her top 5 tips: Tip 1: […]

A Few of My Favorite Things Part 2

January 12, 20100 Comments
A Few of My Favorite Things Part 2

Follow Us Hello fellow Bakespacers, my name is Manouschka and you may know me on the site as “singleserving.”  I’m also proud author of the blog Single Serving, and will soon co-star in a new Food Network series. I’ll be chiming in here from time to time with my favorite kitchen finds, as well an  […]

Rescuing Family Recipes

January 11, 20100 Comments

Follow Us Every family has a different method for storing treasured recipes. My mother has a cabinet stuffed with an array of cookbooks, as well as a box full of handwritten recipes passed from generation to generation. As a kid I would spend hours thumbing through the recipes and daydreaming about food. As the Internet […]

CES Foodie Survival Guide

January 5, 20100 Comments

Follow Us BakeSpace is heading to Las Vegas for the yearly geek pilgrimage to CES (Consumer Electronics Show). While we’re excited to check out the new technology, we can’t wait to sample some of the great food that has made Las Vegas a destination for foodies. If you’re heading to Vegas this week or sometime […]

Getting Creative with Bread

January 3, 20100 Comments

Follow Us Bread can get a bit boring because it’s often viewed simply as a base for sandwiches or for piling on butter and other spreads. But by adding a little fruit, some chocolate and even some marshmallows to your recipe you can take bread making (and eating) to a whole new level. Try these […]

Not Your Mama’s Vegetarian Recipes

January 3, 20101 Comment

Follow Us BakeSpace is all about trying delicious recipes, meeting new friends and discovering hidden taste buds. And one of our members’ favorite pastimes is exploring different types of lifestyle diets. One of the more universal lifestyle diets is vegetarianism. Despite some common perceptions, cooking vegetarian doesn’t mean you have to cook without flavor. Quite […]

New Spin on Pizza

January 1, 20100 Comments

Follow Us Most pizza recipes are virtually foolproof, because you can add just about anything to a pizza and odds are it will taste fantastic. But have you ever thought about grilling your next home-made pizza? With the 80 degree weather in LA, it’s a perfect time to try something new. Grilling will give your […]

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