Results tagged Amazon from David Lebovitz

[UPDATE: This sale is now over, but the book is available online, or at your local bookseller.] Get ready for holiday baking with the electronic version of Ready for Dessert on sale for only $1.99 for a limited time. It’s a collection of my all-time favorite baking recipes, from a spicy, moist Fresh Ginger Cake, just in time for the holidays, to the best Chocolate Chip Cookies. Ready for…

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UPDATE: Welcome to my website. I created the Paris Pastry app to feature and highlight hundreds of the best chocolate shop, bakeries, and pastry shops in Paris. Unfortunately the technology of building and maintaining the app eventually exceeded my capabilities and it wasn’t possible for me to update it as often as wanted to. Because of those limitations, and others, I made the difficult decision to remove the app…

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Because I live outside the United States, sometimes people inquire about where they can obtain the same ingredients or equipment wherever they live—worldwide. Although I strive to make the recipes and stories as globalized as possible, infrequently I will use an ingredient or equipment that might not necessarily be as easily available to others as it is to me. So I’m sharing the same search…

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Here are some of the frequently asked questions people have about cocoa powder, and how it’s used in recipes: What’s the difference between Dutch-process and natural cocoa powder? Dutch-process cocoa powder is made from cocoa (cacao) beans that have been washed with a potassium solution, to neutralize their acidity. Natural cocoa powder is made from cocoa beans that are simply roasted, then pulverized into a…

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Many people dream of turning their recipes or blog into a cookbook and I hope to answer some of the questions you might have about the process here. Below are some pointers that might help you out, but I’ve curated several excellent links from around the internet from experienced cookbook authors and editors whose advice I found particularly valuable and insightful. Interspersed in this post are a lot…

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