Fall Cooking: Back To Baking

Fall Cooking: Back To Baking

Faith Durand
Oct 16, 2008

Most of us keep our oven use to a minimum during the summer. But it's fall now, and pretty soon there will be calls for Thanksgiving pies and parties for holiday cookies. It's time to get back to baking.

We've been suddenly inspired to get back into bread, cakes, cookies, muffins and scones. We have scads of recipes for all these things in our archives, so here's a small collection to hopefully inspire you.

Have You Tried the Quicker Whole Wheat No-Knead Bread?
Baking Technique: How to Shape a Round Loaf
Recipe Review: Oatmeal Toasting Bread
Recipe: No-Time Bread
No-Knead Bread in a Hurry

Pies and Tarts
Recipe: Meyer Lemon Shaker Pie
How to Make Pumpkin Puree
Recipe: Savory Kabocha Tofu Pie
Cipollini and Mushroom Tart
Recipe: Peach and Thyme Polenta Tart

Recipe: Earl Grey Tea Cookies
NY Times Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie: Changes and Substitutions from the Kitchn
Tip: Freezing Cookie Dough
Recipe: Fudge and Walnut Oatmeal Cookies
Top 5 Cookie Decorating Ideas

Muffins and Scones
Good Question: Help! Why Do Cupcakes Always Get Stuck In These Silicone Muffin Cups?
Recipe: Peach and Spice Tea Muffins
Recipe: Fresh Cranberry Scones
Recipe: Parmesan Chive Scones
Recipe: Lemon Sesame Muffins

Those are just a few tips, ideas, recipes, and links to help you get back into baking this fall. Have you baked bread yet? Maybe a batch of cookies, or a crostata, or even biscuits? Tell us - what's inspiring you to bake right now?

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