Recipe Nominations for November!

We have the 6th and 20th as our first and third Tuesdays this month.  What would you like us to bake?  Please leave just recipe names and page numbers.  Two nominations per post!

**The second Tuesday is BEFORE American Thanksgiving.

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28 thoughts on “Recipe Nominations for November!

  1. How about
    Gingerbread Baby Cakes, pp 247

    Puff Pastry pp 46-48 along with one of the recipes that uses it ?
    Options for the latter include Tourte Milanese, pp 423-525; Alsatian Onion Tart pp 426,

  2. Best ever Brownies (231) for the week before Thanksgiving. They look to be about the easiest recipe in the book, only 1 page and the look like they can be put together in under half an hour. I need something simple the week before Thanksgiving.

  3. Gingerbread Baby Cakes and Best Ever Brownies. I agree with Allison on its ease the week of Thanksgiving… plus they are really delicious (I made them in honor of Julia’s 100th!).

  4. For the more difficult recipe: French apple tart 379 or puff pastry 46 with altasian onion tart 426
    For the easier recipe: gingerbread baby cakes 247 (or could save this for December), brownies 331 or buttermilk crumb muffins 207

  5. let’s keep it simple-the holiday season is a tough one for anyone working in the restaurant business-like me. no stress, no worry recipes would be a nice change. how about cookies? gingersnaps, pg 324; brownies pg 331; double chocolate cookies pg 329; mocha chocolate chips pg 330; all are simple to make.

    let’s not forget muffins, scones or biscuits too!

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