Wrap up anyone?

Did you have a favorite recipe that you wanted to share again?  Do you want to post some final thoughts on the end of the book?  Here’s the place to do it!  And please don’t make us cry too much.  ;-)

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21 thoughts on “Wrap up anyone?

  1. I just want to say Thank you to everyone who helped make our TWD baking group a success! I want to give Dorie a big hug for her wonderful cookbook that stretched my baking abilites beyond cookies, pies and cakes! This group has helped me meet so many wonderful friends. I love each and everyone of you! Thank you for sharing your Tuesday mornings with me!!

  2. I second Michelle – what a fun journey this has been. I didn’t think I would be here to the end, but I am sure glad I did. Hugs and best wishes to all my fellow TWD bakers.

  3. Echoing Michelle–well said! Not sure what I’ll do with my Monday evenings (as well as all the times for baking and checking out others’ posts) and it just won’t be the same. Can’t wait to start Baking With Julia!
    Thanks so much to Laurie, Jules and whoever else spent so much time with the blog. And thanks to Dorie for a wonderful book!

  4. I still want dream about a get-together (in New York?) for the TWD bakers in 2012. It’s such fun to meet our fellow-bakers; we’re all old familiar friends by now in so many ways.

    Anyway, I’ll be posting a TWD wrap-up post in the next couple of days and will leave the link here. But where to even start?!

  5. Even though I baked with TWD faithfully every week for nearly a year and a half, I never got to post. No matter. I learned several techniques that have impacted my baking forever. TWD also inspired me to start blogging in the first place. And it was fun to “meet” so many of you. Thanks again to Dorie and you too, Laurie, for stretching and challenging me.

  6. It’s been a great ride, see you for more of the same in February with the new venture! I did what I set out to do: learn to bake! Thank you, thank you, thank you! xo

  7. Even with seasons of not being in the kitchen I have still felt the support and love from this group. I have learned so many new techniques and tips, turned my husband and kiddos into pastry snobs, and have made the Swedish Visiting cake probably 50 times! You have been a fun group to bake with and I appreciate Dorie, Laurie and Jules so much for all they have done! :)

  8. A heartfelt thank you to Laurie and Julie and everyone who had a hand in putting together this group and keeping us in motion!
    As well, my gratitude to Dorie for sharing her passion for baking with the world and then with us.
    Lastly, to all the people who baked and blogged. Who would have thought that there was room in cyberspace for aroma of warm cookies? Chocolate, vanilla, cinnamon (or not). Your proffered plates I have happily accepted each week. My knowledge has grown – along with my waistline – and I couldn’t be more satisfied with the experience.
    Thank you all!

  9. This baking group has meant a lot to me over the past four years. Before I took the initiative to learn to bake, I had been struggling with disordered eating for several years. Tuesdays With Dorie was not only my first venture into making real food, but also a first step towards finding a place for all sorts of food in my life – the healthy and the not-so-healthy. It’s not a stretch to say that Tuesdays With Dorie has improved my quality of life – given me purpose, initiative, and most importantly, a deadline. I’ve made several virtual friendships and found a lot of fun and funny people to follow on Twitter, or on Facebook. I won’t be doing the new TWD in February, but this group will always hold a special place in my heart.

    Thanks Laurie, Dorie, and all of you. I look forward to seeing what you all do in the next incarnation of TWD.

  10. My dear friends I cannot get myself to post the last post….
    Thank you all for your frienship I felt in our group.
    I’d love to meet you all in NY and who knows but as ‘all roads lead to Rome’ remember to let me know when you are coming so that at least I can organize a nice tour (even in pastry shops !)

  11. What a great ride! I have been baking for over 40 years. TWD was a group to give me a blog posting deadline. But of course it ended up being much more. Each week I learned new things as I studied Dories recipes. She is a master teacher, Thanks to Dorie I can make a pie crust!
    I also made many friendships along the way. So many sweet comments brightened my Tuesdays. TWD helped me get thru 2 back surgeries. When I felt good I baked. Sometimes one needs a reason to bake. Thank you Laurie and Julie for keeping us on track.
    I’m not sure I’ll join the next round but you are all on my reader so I’ll still check in. Thanks again for a wonderful baking experience.

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