Baking 101

Master the art of baking with our comprehensive guide to Baking 101. Learn essential tips and techniques to create delicious baked goods that will impress your friends and family.
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New to Baking? This Is What You Need to Know

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Baking School Day 17: Cookies

The Kitchn’s Baking School Day 17: A master class in cookies. Join The Kitchn’s Baking School: Sign up and see all The Kitchn’s Baking School assignments What’s there not to love about cookies? They come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, flavors, and textures. Plus, you can pop one, two, or a half-dozen in your mouth whenever you please! Cookies are fun, playful, and approachable. No matter your skill level, nearly everyone can make at least one type of cookie.

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Bethany Preston
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All-Purpose Flour Isn't the Only Kind You Can Bake With — There Are 6 Other Types

Whether you're an experienced baker trying to get out of your all-purpose rut or a rookie wondering if those specialty flours are just a marketing gimmick, you've no doubt seen the plethora of different types of flours in the grocery store or in recipes you'd like to try. But now that we're trying to make as few trips as possible to the grocery store and all-purpose flour is often out-of-stock, what's the deal with all the other types of flour in the baking aisle? Well, if a recipe was…

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