Ingredients

Coffee Liqueur

Mix up your Coffee Liqueur Game

The craft spirits industry in the U.S. has been booming over the past few years, and a number of smaller distillers have turned their...
All-American Gin

All-American Gins

We asked Paul Calvert of Atlanta's Ticonderoga Club to share his picks for the best gins made all across the States and here’s what...
Baking with Herbs

Baking with Herbs

Try out your green thumb in the kitchen with our 11 herby baked goods featuring parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme. Herbs add a delicate...
Butter

Best Butter for Baking

by Paula Forbes For the flakiest, most decadent baked goods, there’s just no substitute for real butter.  “It’s like buttah!” On Saturday Night Live, Mike Myers’ oft-verklempt...

Know Your Yeast

Yeast. It’s the seemingly magical ingredient that takes a bowl of water, flour, and salt from simple ingredients to a fluffy ball of beautiful...

Six Cinnamons to Mix Up your Baking Game

By Linnea Covington This spice helped push Europe’s expansion into Asia. It caused wars between the Portuguese, Dutch, French, and English as they fought to...
Vanilla

So Vanilla

By Bill Addison Vanilla is the Chanel No. 5 of the baking world—the iconic scent that adds a stirring fragrance to all manner of sweet...
Fleur de Sel

Worth its Salt: Fleur de Sel

By Julia Bainbridge Salt was one of the first things traded by mankind. Towns have been built on it. Wars have been waged over it....
Molasses

Molasses 101

By John Kessler Indeed, we use molasses primarily for vintage recipes. Think baked beans, shoofly pie, and gingersnaps. Just remember that Grandma was young once, and...

Featured

Cheers to This: Our Best Cocktail and Baked Good Pairings

Take your afternoon cocktail and nosh to the next level with these combos from some of the country’s professional pastry chefs and sommeliers. Effervescent...

Turtle Brownies

Gâteau Basque

Gâteau Basque