Margarita Manzke

pastry chef at Republique, and author of the book “Baking at Republique”

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With less than 24 hours from Thanksgiving Day, maybe you’re scrambling to come up with a last-minute dish to serve, or something outside the norm to bring to a Friendsgiving.

Recipes for an unconventional Thanksgiving

With less than 24 hours from Thanksgiving Day, maybe you’re scrambling to come up with a last-minute dish to serve, or something outside the norm to bring to a Friendsgiving.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Chocolate filled eclairs, flakey buttery croissants, and mushroom and leek brioche tarts are just some of the pastries on display every morning at LA’s Republique.

Pro baking tips from Margarita Manzke of LA’s Republique

Chocolate filled eclairs, flakey buttery croissants, and mushroom and leek brioche tarts are just some of the pastries on display every morning at LA’s Republique.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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