Louis Remolde: The Single Baker


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Having giving up Meat a year and a half ago, I have been finding and cooking amazing alternatives. They are so many meat substitutes out there these days one could easily fill their craving for meat without the feeling of... Continue Reading →


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Vegan-Chocolate-Cake — Read on


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Louis Remolde: The Single Baker

Christina Tosi is one of my favorite baker/pastry chefs. She is the Head Chef at Momofuku Milk Bar bakery. Christina is not afraid of mixing things up in the kitchen and adding whatever she wants. Thats why I love her style.

Below is her Famous Salt and Pepper Cookies.

These cookies are a Mix of a Sugar and Butter cookies.  With hints of pepper and salt . Another great thing about these cookies are that the dough freezes well . I usually make a large batch and wrap half and freeze for whenever days. For best results place batter on parchment paper roll into a log . Wrap and rewrap with plastic wrap. Freeze!

I also found it easier that after the batter is mixed to place the mixing bowl in the refidgertor for about 7mins or so. Then scoop them on to a baking sheet.

Makes about 3dozen


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My Mom’s Banana Bread

This bread was around all the time growing up at my Mom's house and still is. Just last week she sent me a picture of her latest version. She added chocolate chips. I won't be adding the chips in this... Continue Reading →

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