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These Cupcakes Are Pure Childhood Magic

Whenever one ofmy children reaches a milestone, I become hopelessly teary. Tears of joy? I don’t think so. My tears…

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Health

13 Potluck Desserts You Can Make in a 9-by-13 Pan

Hand-carved wooden spoons and millennial pink all-purpose pans may get all the attention on Instagram, but the real unsung hero…

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Health

Our 12 Best Memorial Day Cookout Recipes

For the unofficial start of summer, these dishes with fresh, bold flavors give you plenty of time to spend with…

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Magazine

This Cake Gives You a Moment of Warmth in the Middle of the Day

When I wasin graduate school, nearly a decade ago, I bought a cheap porcelain teapot that I still use today.…

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Magazine

The Milk and Cookies Cake Roxane Gay Swears By

Roxane Gay is mastering the art of cake decorating. “When the pandemic started, I decided to begin teaching myself,” the…

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Health

Behind the Entenmann’s Cellophane, a Slice of Long Island Life

The tasty crumb of a detail appeared in news accounts last week about the death of Charles E. Entenmann, whose…

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Health

24 Brilliant Baking Recipes to Change Your Kitchen Game

A great baking recipe can seem like wizardry. A handful of unassuming pantry staples are mixed together and heated (or…

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Magazine

A Brand-New Cake From a Pastry Paradise

For the past 25 years, my husband, Michael, and I have lived in Saint-Germain-des-​Prés, the neighborhood on Paris’s Left Bank…

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Magazine

This Cake Is a Taste of a Vanishing New York

My mother was convinced that baking genes skipped generations. After all, her mother was an excellent baker, she herself baked…

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World

A Panettone Baked in Prison, and It’s One of Italy’s Best

Panettone is the Italian national Christmas cake, and it is notoriously tricky to perfect. So when the version from Pasticceria…

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