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Planning your Wedding Menu

A wedding can be remembered for a lot of things (aside of course from the love of the couple). It can be the fun games, touching speeches, memorable giveaways, or the drinks that knocked everyone out.  But, one of the things that guests constant look forward to when attending weddings is the menu. Every couple

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Grandma wearing a traditional hat
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Hats Off to the World: A Collector’s Guide to Traditional Hats

During our travels, we’d want to have a keepsake to bring home with us, a physical reminder of the places we’ve been. However, it’s hard to find or decide on which souvenir to buy during our travels, and a lot of seasoned travelers have suggested starting a collection in order to narrow down your options

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Mille-Feuille
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Mille-Feuille, Mon Cherie? A French Classic Made Easy

Featured Image from: Allrecipes Known by many names, from Custard Slice to Napoleon, the Mille-feuille is a classic of French pastry making. Although the exact origins of the mille-feuille are unknown, recipe books from the 16th century were describing pastries that had the same elements as the modern cake: pastry cream sandwiched between multiple layers

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Puff Pastry and Pastry Cream
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A Match Made in Heaven: Easy Puff Pastry and Pastry Cream Recipes

The two most versatile recipes you can have in your baking arsenal are puff pastry and pastry cream. With these two ingredients, you can create a multitude of pastries and baked goods, from mille-feuille and cream puffs, to beignets and croissants. Of course, store-bought puff pastry and pastry cream work just as well as homemade

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Sourdough Bread
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Sourdough Bread: A Basic Recipe

Sourdough bread is my personal favorite: tangy, crusty, light, it’s perfect for all kinds of meals, whether as a simple buttered toast or as the best croutons for a salad. It’s also one of the most difficult types of bread to make, which is why many home cooks (like myself!) are hesitant to make it

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