Louis Remolde: The Single Baker


Louis Remolde

Louis R has been a man of creative exploration and discovery since the beginning. Whether it was seeking innovation in fashion while he studied Design in college or making food for potlucks with friends. His interest in food stems from his Italian family's quintessential dishes that always called him home and brought him back to days of feasts and celebrations. To this day he stands by his Mom as the best home cook and baker he admires. After many years of working in the service industry, his interest in cooking was piqued and honed by the high quality ingredients and dishes that he saw being made in the kitchen. He started to explore in his own kitchen with fresh, local and seasonal ingredients and applied the techniques he learned from trained chefs in both savory and pastry. After a major life shift in deciding to be sober, he began taking his hobby much more seriously and appreciating the hard work and cathartic process it offered in a healing way. There were many mishaps along the way as a novice baker, but after perfecting a simple biscotti recipe, he realized what a passion he has baking. He began exploring recipes and tweaking them to include his favorite ingredients and making his treats healthier, using less sugar and fat. Once his hard work was approved by his Italian church ladies, he knew he was ready to challenge himself further with more complicated recipes. Louis has made a name for himself throughout Philadelphia riding his bike around town delivering his latest pastry delight to friends and colleagues.


Super quick and easy to make these spiced up cookies. 3 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup packed brown sugar (either light or dark) 3/4 teaspoon baking soda 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon 1 tablespoon ground ginger 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves 1/2... Continue Reading →


Ingredients 3/4 cup unsalted butter, cubed 4 ounces unsweetened chocolate, chopped 4 eggs 2 cups granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup all- purpose flour 2 cups mini marshmallows 1 cup chopped nuts Directions Two ways to melt the... Continue Reading →


Quick Simple Easy Chocolate Cookies ? SIGN ME UP ! The other day I was cooking away the day, making white bean escarole soup, fresh pasta, and tempeh "meatballs", then i realized i needed something sweet at the end .... Continue Reading →


Am i a fan of carrot cake? Well kinda... heres the deal with carrot cakes in general. People usually love or hate this cake. I tend to like it when I make it . The problem with most carrot cakes... Continue Reading →


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You will love the different spices that are added to these quick, rich chocolate Brownies. There is something I just love about warm spices. I think for me they have a healing magic about them. Ginger, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg... Continue Reading →


I love marshmallows. I honestly was surprised how easy they are to make. I had this made up notion that they were complicated and time consuming .I was very wrong. I started with simple plain marshmallows, but I see colors... Continue Reading →


This all started over diner with friends. When it was time to order dessert my friend was hoping for her favorite Creme Brûlée. She went on passionate about her love for this classic. It also got into a fun debate... Continue Reading →

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