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Origin of a Classic: Bermudian Rum Cake

by Whitney Durrwachter  The smell of a homemade rum cake is intoxicating. And depending on how long it has soaked in spirits, you can almost...
Kate Wood

Blogger Kate Wood on Motherhood and Biscuit Memories

This Mother's Day, we sat down with mom and home baker extraordinaire Kate Wood. One of our 9 Baking Bloggers to Follow, Kate balances raising two kids,...
Farmers Market

Market Made Bakers

by Jennifer S. Kornegay Farmers’ markets often prove perfect places for bakers to rise. Discover how four all-star bakers took their passion from farmers' market...

15 Baked Goods For Mother’s Day

Nothing says “Thank you, Mom,” like a treat baked from scratch with love. This Mother’s Day, don’t just tell your mom how much you care....

The Man Behind the Magazine: Q&A with Editor-in-Chief Brian Hart Hoffman

We sat down with our Editor-in-Chief Brian Hart Hoffman to get the inside scoop on his early baking memories, the origin of Bake from...

9 Baking Bloggers to Follow

We're always on the lookout for the new voices that inspire, inform, and influence the baking community. Featuring international bloggers from Australia and India...
New York Cheese Cake

Origin of a Classic: Cheesecake

Cheesecake is the stereotypical bad boy of the dessert world: gorgeous without trying too hard, and addictive with an uncertain past as alluring as...
An American Tale with Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito

An American Tale: Baked NYC

By Sophia Jones With four cookbooks, a cookware line, and Baked NYC locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito have built a baking...

Baking with Beer

Beer can be a baker’s secret weapon. It adds complex depth to sweets and amplifies the toasty flavor of savory breads and crackers. Its...
Cake Fit For Kings: Traditional Galette Des Rois

Cake Fit For Kings: Traditional Galette Des Rois

by Jennifer V. Cole In France, friends and family break bread every January with a traditional galette des rois. The quietly unassuming cousin to the king...