Bagel Bombs {Milk Bar Monday 3/11}

This week we are bringing back one of my favorite milk bar recipes, the mother dough.

We first introduced the mother dough when we made the cinnamon bun pie. It got mixed reviews from our crew, but I loved it.

I have been dying to make more of Tosi creations with the mother dough, and we finally got back around to it!

bakedbombs3 Bagel Bombs {Milk Bar Monday 3/11}

Today we are making Momofuku’s Everything Bagel Bombs with the Bacon, Scallion Cream Cheese Plugs. [Read more...]

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I apologize for my absence lately. I’m sure as many of you know/ remember this is finals time…

Time to buckle down and remember what my professors attempted to teach me, and what I (may or may not) have learned.

Instead of sharing one of my recipes, I thought I would share I have noticed around the internet. These are recipes that are just fabulous.

First, Lindsey from Gingerbread Bagels has been on a bit of an ice cream kick. She recently posted a recipe for an amazing looking funfetti birthday cake ice cream. It looks so fun, and I can only imagine how it tastes! Funfetti is one of my favorite cake mixes and makes me think of one of my good friends, Kelly. I know she will swoon over this recipe.

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Second, Marnely from Cooking with Books posted an easy to follow tutorial on how to make your on cheese at home. It sounds so much simpler then I ever thought it would be. The possibilities with cheese making seem endless. This is something I have been interested in learning for a long time, and I want to try my hand at it as soon as possible.

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Third, Lillian from Sweets by Sillianah has been doing a section on yeast doughs and recently posted a recipe for homemade bagels. I saw this and I was amazed! I am definitely a bagel fan, but I don’t eat them often. Her homemade recipe is sure to change my mind as I’m sure it will anyone with a fear of carbs.

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image credit: Sweets by Sillianah

Fourth, Vicki from Wilde in the Kitchen made a fresh and delicious sounding muffin with mango and lime. I don’t know about you but I am a huge tropical fruit fan. My parents taught me when I was younger to squeeze a little fresh lime on papaya and mango before you eat it to cut a little of the sweetness, so when I saw her amazing muffin recipe I knew it was a winner.

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And finally, Maureen at The Orgasmic Chef recently posted a recipe for a candy that is completely new to me, Maine Needhams. Have you guys heard of these little chocolate covered confections? They incorporate potatoes, powdered sugar, and coconut to create a completely different type of candy. I really want to give them a try. I love new recipe ideas!

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I hope you stop by these blogs, leave a comment, and give some of these recipes a try. They all sound wonderful!