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In Defense of Foodies and Orangettes

I identify myself as a foodie. There, I said it. I identify with a word that brings about utter loathing in a few people lately, but the loudest seems to be a certain book reviewer from The Atlantic this month. I say I am a foodie because I enjoy cooking. I enjoy trying new things, whether it be taking on the challenge of tempering chocolate, mastering a gluten free pizza crust, or simply trying new flavors that I havent combined together before. I enjoy going out to nice restaurants, and drinking wine that is meant to be more than a mere vehicle to transform shy people into extroverts over the course of an evening. Currently we dont have children, we dont have pets, we dont go see movies or concerts and the decor of our 50m2 of sacred space is drearily austere and minima

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Family Spice Blog: Upside-Down Valencia Orange Cake

Isn't it horrible of me to post a dessert recipe. I totally go ga-ga for fruity desserts (although chocolate isn't too far behind). Especially after professing about my own resolution to stay away from this stuff. But, seriously, we had family visiting this weekend and not everyone is on a diet.


Orange-Scented Bittersweet Chocolate Cake with Candied Blood Orange Compote

Bon Apptit (December 2009) The last chocolate cake we made -- a Hot Chocolate Cake with Homemade Marshmallows, just before Christmas -- was a whimsical triumph. Skyscraper tall and slathered in fudgy frosting, that cake was lauded with a crown of vanilla marshmallows and sprinkled with a dusting of cocoa. It was whimsy at its finest: Delicious, sure, but also silly and fun. Think of of this Orange-Scented Bittersweet Chocolate cake as the exact opposite. Dark, rich and lusciously smooth, this is one serious cake. The regal chocolate glaze anoints the dense, orange-scented cake with a subtle sweetness. The candied oranges add more sweet flavor, but it's a measured sweetness, balanced by the tart citrus. The whole thing is indulgent yet refined. It's all Put it this way: If t

TAGS: Chocolate,Orange County, California,Citrus,Compote,Candied fruit - Entertainment News, July 21, 2008

Dressed in the character's traditional orange Gi, Chatwin holds up a shining dragonball in his right arm while standing in what appears to be a dessert. Exciting news comes from R 'n' B girls group Destiny's Child stating that they are planning to reunite and release new materials soon.

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Finding Joy in My Kitchen: Orange Cranberry Muffins

We've been on a muffin kick lately for our weekend breakfasts. And, really -- what's not to love about a healthy cupcake ;) This orange cranberry muffin comes from our kitchen - and it's a recipe we've come to love. They make a great breakfast, snack and dessert! Orange Cranberry Whole Wheat Muffins Muffins 1/3 C brown sugar 1/2 C Orange juice 1 tsp. orange zest (optional) 1 egg white 1 tsp. vanilla 1/4 C applesauce 1 C cranberries (I used Craisins) 2/3 C whole wheat flour 2/3 C white flour (or more whole wheat) 2 tsp. baking powder 1/2 tsp. cinnamon Topping 1/4 c oats, quick-cook or old fashioned 2 T brown sugar 1/4 tsp. cinnamon In a small bowl, mix topping ingredients and set aside. In a medium-sized bowl, mix flour, baking powder and cinnamon with a wire whisk. In a large bowl, mix egg

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Candyland Crafts - Halloween Baking/ Cupcake papers

Halloween Themed Cake & Candy Things Bakeware Shaped cake pans, mini pans, non-stick, and cast iron aluminum pans. Bakeware Silicone cake pans. Cookie pans, aluminum and non-stick. Baking Cups Standard and mini cupcake papers, candy cups and silicone baking cups. Bags Party Bags. 4" x 9 1/2" and 5" x 11". Lots of festive designs. Bags Lollipops, pretzels, candy and shaped treat bags. Boxes Treat Boxes, Assorted packaging for cookies candy and cupcakes. Foils and Cello Wrap. Candy Making Kits Great for first timers or for gift giving. Candy Apple Sticks Available year round. Cookie Cutter Sets 3pc. to 18 pc. Graduated sets and stackable sets. Cookie Things Comfort grip, push 'n print, Linzer tarts, mini sets, single cutters and stencils. Cupcake And Cake Tops Cupcake picks, rings, and cake

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Bittersweet chocolate and orange semifreddo

Line 9x5 loaf pan with plastic wrap In bowl of stand mixer fitted with whisk attachment, whip yolks for 3-4 minutes till light and frothy. While yolks are whipping, combine sugar and 1/2 cup water in a small saucepan. Cook sugar syrup over high heat until it reaches soft ball stage (238 degrees on a candy thermometer). With mixer on medium speed drizzle sugar syrup down the side of the bowl. Add cocoa powder and salt and whip for 5-6 minutes until mixture cools and thickens. In a separate bowl whip cream until it holds stiff peaks. Fold in orange zest. Fold whipped cream into the cooled chocolate mixture. Spoon about 1/4 of chocolate mixture into the prepared pan. Use a spoon to drizzle about 1/3 of the melted chocolate evenly over the chocolate mixture. Carefully spoon another 1/4 of the

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Capirotada with Rum Soaked Raisins and Apples |

March 17, 2012by Stephen Chavez A piece of Capirotada, one of the most popular desserts eaten during the Lenten season. One of the most beloved desserts to eat during the Lenten season is Capirotada. It was brought over by the Spaniards and quite possibly had its roots in Roman cuisine (remember that Spain was part of the Roman Empire), but it seems Mexican home cooks have perfected Capirotada, especially since it has so many variants, depending on the region where the cook is from! Early versions of Capirotada tended to be more savory and included meat, but in the 20th century it was sweetened, and thus became more of a dessert dish. This is one of many dishes that tend to disappear in the kitchen by the 1st generation who are born in the U.S., probably because it is perceived as labor in

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New York's 10 Best New Baked Treats

120 Smith StBrooklyn, NY 11201 Zachary Golper, the man behind this Cobble Hill bakery, learned how to bake without yeast or electricity in Oregon. Since then, hes worked in Philly, Austin, Seattle, Provence, and Vegas. Last summer he and his wife decided to put down roots in Brooklyn and give the neighborhood a serious bakery. And his almond croissants are helping him do just that. Theyre double-baked, which gives them that authentic French bakery taste. Golper bakes them fresh before leaving them to stale for a few days. Then, he toasts them, fills them with an almond crme, and dips them in a simple syrup and some brandy. Some sliced almonds go on top as well as a dusting of powdered sugar. The result is almond-y, flaky, buttery, golden-brown croissant perfection. (Photo: Paula

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101 Things To Do Orange County

Today's WeatherSan Diego, CA Today Click on slide or select your favorite featured article for more information. Laguna Beach's Very Own Art Festival! The Sawdust will feature the fine art and craft of over 200 Laguna Beach Artists and more... Thing To Do #98 Catalina Island is separated into two sides of the island, Two Harbors, is situated on the north end, and Avalon more... Couple exchanges vows in first ever jet pack wedding with JetLev Southwest! Sign-up to receive our weekly newsletter and get up-to-date information on what's happening in San Diego!

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