Some Baking Tips

Hopefully I've intrigued some of you to want to do more baking. If you're new to baking, I've put together some ingredients that you'll want to have in your pantry to get you started.

Check out the list here on my food blog And Razzleberry Dressing over at BoomerGirl.

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Anonymous said…
how are you anali I hope well? I am not that great today :( graet list though I bake alot :)
Anonymous said…
great sorry :)
Tera said…
I think I'm gonna do another punch bowl cake soon :-)
Cakespy said…
Nice article!! I am always tempted by what you have to offer!
Lisa Johnson said…
kaylee - Oh, I hope you feel better soon. I'm going to drop by your blog right after I finish these comments. I'm doing much better. My cold is almost gone.

tera - I hope you'll post about it. Maybe with pictures and a recipe? ; )

cakespy - Thank you so much! You just made my day! Should I call you Clint? : )
Mes Deux Cents said…

I checked out the list. Thanks for doing that. I watch a lot of cooking shows on PBS and most make baking seem so out of reach of an average cook like me, okay maybe below average.Lol

Anyway thank I'm going to start buying many of those ingredients over time.

And thanks for listing rice milk. I don't use regular milk any more. I've been using soy but it's getting kind of expensive. Rice milk looks like a nice alternative.
Lisa Johnson said…
mes deux cents - I love the cooking shows on PBS too. I agree that a lot of shows make baking seem so hard. And I wouldn't do it myself probably if I hadn't watched my mom for so long and learned short cuts. I'm so glad you're taking my list to heart! It means a lot to me! ; )

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