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Review by Debbie Mazo
Part of the Quaker group of websites, Quaker Kitchen lends a hand with a great selection of baking recipes, online baking lessons, and tips on just about every imaginable baking disaster. With this remodeled and expanded site, Quaker Kitchen serves up all the tools that will make your treats irresistible.
At this colorful, user-friendly site, Quaker Kitchen offers several key sections that will prove invaluable to novice and experienced bakers alike. For starters, drop by the Baking Classes where the lessons run 24/7. In this section, discover everything you need to know from best ingredients to mixing techniques to storage suggestions. Just choose a baking category including bar cookies, quick breads, and biscuits and start measuring.
Cookies sticking to your pan? Quaker Kitchen comes to the rescue with solutions to all your baking dilemmas. Click Baking Bloopers, then choose the recipe category and your baking problem. You'll then be asked to click from a list of statements describing your baking techniques. When you click the Get Recommendations box, tips and suggestions from the experts at Quaker Kitchen pop up to help remedy the problem.
At Quaker Kitchen, you can browse old-fashioned treats like Famous Oatmeal Cookies along with new specialties like Praline Pecan Crunch Snack Mix using the easy-to-use search tool. You can also try some of the internationally-inspired recipes such as Caribbean Meatloaf and Mediterranean Deviled Chicken Salad. How-to photos for most recipes and helpful hints ensure that you'll get it right the first time and every time.
Baking Talk is the place to go for submitting tips or recipes and viewing best kept secrets from other bakers. Whether you're sharing old favorites or exploring fresh alternatives, Quaker Kitchen will bring back the memories and help you create new ones.
Debbie Mazo is a writer and editor based in Vancouver, Canada. She's been writing the NetFood Digest column for FoodWine since 1997. You can contact her at djmbc@[email-address-removed].
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