• Marble Cake with Orange Zest

    An easy and straight forward marble cake recipe with a hint of orange zest. It’s made with ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen! Makes one 9”x5” (23x12cm) loafRecipe adapted from 600 Acres blog Ingredients:1 cup (226g, 2 sticks) unsalted butter, at room temperature1¾ cups (210g) all-purpose flour½ teaspoon baking powder½ teaspoon salt4

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  • Katayef bi Ashta

    People often tell me that they’re not good at baking because it requires a lot of precision. They sometimes ask me what recipes they should start experimenting with and I usually recommend cookies, brownies, or one bowl cake recipes that don’t have a lot of steps. I’m adding these traditional Lebanese Katayef delicacies to the

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  • Coconut Mastic Macaroons

    I tried a variety of coconut macaroon recipes in the last couple of months but none of them made me want to make them again until I saw this recipe for irresistibly golden coconut macaroons. I was so intrigued but the technique that requires cooking the coconut batter on the stovetop before shaping into balls

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  • Chocolate Fudge Brownies

    Today’s recipe is slightly adapted from Flourless: Recipes for Naturally Gluten-Free Desserts. I stumbled upon this book while shopping at Anthropologie and I completely loved the idea of baking desserts that rely on simple ingredients, natural sweeteners, and bold flavors – minus the flour. Oh, and the food photography is absolutely gorgeous. Slightly underbaked, these chocolate brownies really melt in your

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  • Orange Chocolate Cookies

    A lot of people ask me about my favorite basic cookie recipe and this is one of them. First of all, the combination of chocolate and orange is my weak point; I absolutely love using these two ingredients in almost everything. Second, the cookies are so soft, buttery, and delicious that they are just… happiness

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