All Posts Tagged With: "high altitude baking"

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High Altitude Bakers Unite!

Hello all, I have recently created a high altitude baking website, www.highaltitudebakes.com. It was formed with the intention of sharing recipes, photos, and the high altitude lifestyle. I wanted to make a web haven for high altitude bakers to help each other and share our love of baking. Bakers at sea

11Mar2012 | | 1 comment | Continued
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Strawberry Doughnuts for the National Culinary Review

The National Culinary Review will be featuring my strawberry doughnuts from last spring in the their upcoming April issue.

18Feb2012 | | 0 comments | Continued
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My Workday

A run-down of my day-to-day duties and responsibilities as a pastry chef.

4Feb2012 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Miniature Blackberry Gateau Bretons

Crumbly, tender, and flaky all at once, these gateau Bretons are the perfect companion to coffee or tea.

28Jan2012 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Pastry Chef Francois Payard’s Peanut Caramel Tart

Taking a trip down memory lane with a tribute to fellow pastry chef Francois Payard and his peanut caramel tart.

27Jan2012 | | 2 comments | Continued
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High Altitude Cornbread

A high altitude-approved recipe that you’ll probably receive marriage proposals over. It is so good!

27Jan2012 | | 3 comments | Continued
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High Altitude Rocky Mountain Apple Spice Layer Cake with Caramel Whiskey Frosting

Last week I did a dessert special at the restaurant featuring this moist lightly spiced apple cake. Cubes of warmed cake were served on top of a spiced caramel (star anise, cloves, cinnamon sticks, cardamom, and peppercorns, to be exact) and then covered in a luscious scoop of pumpkin ice cream.  I

12Oct2010 | | 3 comments | Continued
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High Altitude Baking

I am often asked by many of our diners how I adapt my baking for the altitude that comes with living up in the high rockies. When I first moved out here, I was terrified of what the elevation can do to baked desserts and pastries that would normally come out perfect

1Sep2010 | | 2 comments | Continued