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January 29, 2007



Everywhere I go online these days, I am hearing about this cookbook. Clearly I need to get in the loop. This cake reminds me of a German think I once tasted called Hills and Valleys, in flavor if not in appearance. Nice pantry photos.

Baking Soda

Well hello, Apartment Dweller etc. etc. what a gorgeous collection of crockery you have! Have you seen Tanna's collection? I'm drooling (and that scrumptious cake might have something to do with it as well!) And the cast iron pan....sigh.
I promised myself not to buy another US baking book, but praises of Dorie keep popping up. What to do?
Thanks for letting us visit yr pantry and eh...am I allowed to lift a picture for my round-up, you know, asking politely, giving credits and so on, please don't rattle my cage? ;)


...sweets which are not too sweet, go well with tea and coffee, and have some nuance, flavor-wise. Exactly!! I am enjoying her book.
Yes, I do like your pantry crockery! Is that a metal canister on the middle shelf? The pitcher with the flowers reminds me of one my grandmother had.
I sent Baking Soda an official permission to use a photo for her round up! It was a good laugh.


Mimi, Karen-This book is so worth it, D.G. has beautiful taste, and she obviously tests her recipes very carefully.
Tanna-I'm not sure which thing you mean?-There is an old metal coffee pot on the middle one.
Karen-They are all yours, should you want 'em! I'm looking forward to the roundup.

Patricia Scarpin

Hi, Lindy,

I've heard so many wonderful things about this book - almost all my favorite bloggers have it or intend to buy it.
It's on my Amazon wish list. :D

Those World Peace Cookies are delicious - I got the recipe from many blogs and decided to bake them. Perfect, superb.

This cake is beautiful - I want a cast iron, too! :D


I too was unsuccesful in resisting the Dorie Greenspan book, and am glad that I didn't. It's great. I'll have to go back and check this recipe out.

I love your pantry. One of the things I like seeing best in kitchens are pots and pans and various other tools of the kitchen. The more of a "workshop" a kitchen seems to be, the more I like it.

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

I shared my pantry too~ something a little personal about peeking in spaces!
Your dishes are beautiful!


I picked up a copy of Dorie Greenspan's book at the end of the year, and then got so busy that I haven't had time to do more than glance through it of an evening. I will bake something from it soon. Maybe even today...

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