We all deserve a little sweetness. So this week, we’re all about baking, preserving, and appreciating desserts. Rose Levy Beranbaum shares her “Baking Basics.” We’ll hear about an unusual homage to cake. Joyce Goldstein is a master of preservation.. And Food52’s Kristen Miglore collects essential sweet treat recipes in “Genius Desserts.” Also: sunchokes at the market and LA’s love for pan dulce.
Sweets: baking, and canning, and enjoying. Oh my!
From this Episode:
Rose Levy Beranbaum is a baking savant, with classic texts to her name such as “The Cake Bible,” as well as a popular blog that reaches aspiring bakers around the globe....
11 min, 49 sec
Artist Maira Kalman and food writer Barbara Scott-Goodman recently teamed up on an unusual project: an illustrated celebration of their shared love of cake.
7 min, 31 sec
Popular among DIYers and commonly referred to as “canning,” preserving fruits went from being a new hobby to a decades-long commitment for Joyce Goldstein when she moved...
9 min, 19 sec
For many bakers, once they find a trusty recipe for crust or frosting, they’ll rarely deviate. Kristen Miglore from Food52 has the enviable task of testing countless...
11 min, 20 sec
Market Report: Sunchokes
At Viviane in Beverly Hills, chef Michael Reed uses the nutty sweetness of market-fresh sunchokes to deepen his dishes complexities.
7 min, 46 sec