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How to Make Pumpkin Spice Mix

You know that pumpkin spice has hit peak popularity when you start to see it not just in lattes but also in lip balm and cough drops. Contrary to its name, pumpkin spice—also known as pumpkin pie spice—doesn’t actually contain any of fall’s favorite squash. Rather, it refers to the …

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Yotam Ottolenghi Quince Rugelach Recipe

The cover of SWEET. All photos: Peden + Munk   Fans of Yotam Ottolenghi—the award-winning author of bestselling cookbooks Plenty and Jerusalem, and the man widely credited for introducing a Mediterranean sensibility into American and British cooking—may not know that the chef actually began his cooking career as a pastry …

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Best Slow Cooker Cinnamon Rolls Recipe

The ability to maximize the limited time we have in a day is a priority for all of us—and one of the easiest ways to do so is by investing in a slow cooker and a foolproof book, like our current obsession, Martha Stewart’s Slow Cooker.   This 272-page resource from the …

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Halloween For Kids: Party Ideas

Treat your little ghosts and goblins to a Halloween party that’s frightfully fun! Jennifer Tyler Lee, author of The 52 New Foods Challenge, shares a few kid-friendly Halloween party ideas.   My little ones love Halloween, and they take special thrill in the festive celebrations that come along with this holiday. To celebrate, …

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Soft Pretzel Recipe | Williams-Sonoma Taste

Oktoberfest, Germany’s monthlong autumn beer festival, has kicked off this month. If you really want to win friends and influence people, bake a batch of pretzels from scratch, then serve the pretzels to guests while the treats are still warm with Bavarian beer and plenty of mustard. See our step-by-step guide …

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NORWEGIAN VANILLA BUNS | Passion 4 baking :::GET INSPIRED:::

Hi sweet readers, In Norway, we call Norwegian Vanilla Buns “skoleboller” which means “school buns”. They are very popular and loved in Norway.I fell in love with these vanilla buns ever since I was a little girl when I would spend the summer at my grandma’s, in the most beautiful …

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How to Braid Challah | Williams Sonoma Taste

Challah can be formed into a variety of shapes, including braids, rolls and knots. The ingredients go together easily, and the bread looks beautiful when served. For the dinner table, you can form the dough into a pair of small braids, or into a single large, spectacular one.   See …

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