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flzhang Apr 11, 2011 01:11 PM

Looking for a blog with lots of dessert recipes and pictures/instructions

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    thimes Apr 11, 2011 01:36 PM

    Is it the best . . . who knows but the one I'm reading/following right now for a while is Joe Pastry . .

    http://www.joepastry.com/

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      limoen Apr 11, 2011 01:43 PM

      I really like http://dessertfirst.typepad.com/ and, for more complicated desserts, http://blog.lemonpi.net/. I also like http://www.joythebaker.com/ occasionally. Smitten Kitchen is also good for desserts but its not a dessert blog.

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        Avalondaughter Apr 11, 2011 01:45 PM

        I like Sugar Plum http://www.visionsofsugarplum.com/ Great writing and fun desserts.

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          GG Mora Apr 11, 2011 02:04 PM

          Pastry Studio: http://pastrystudio.blogspot.com/

          1. blue room Apr 11, 2011 02:40 PM

            Don't miss David Lebovitz!
            http://www.davidlebovitz.com/category...

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              dave_c Apr 11, 2011 02:49 PM

              In addition to David Lebovitz, I like Tartelette: http://www.tarteletteblog.com/

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              HillJ Apr 11, 2011 03:29 PM

              For the sheer level of experimentation and fun (but not 100% all desserts) I'd recommend checking out http://the-dogs-breakfast.com/

              Their cigar, bourbon ice cream became a separate thread but that's just the tip of their well deserved blog iceberg....very creative.

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                jessinEC Apr 11, 2011 10:34 PM

                I have had good success with recipes from the folks at King Arthur Flour. The recipes come with step-by-step photos -- with a modest dose of CI-style comparing thrown in every once in a while (paper liners for muffins vs not). Even better, you can live chat a baker (or ask a question in the comments section of the recipe) and get truly helpful responses right away. They are especially helpful if you need to substitute ingredients or have a technique question. Tone-wise, it's definitely Midwestern Folksy, which can be a nice contrast to some of the foodie preciousness that's out there.

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