Tuesdays with Dorie Rewind!

I am fairly new to all of Dorie’s cookbooks and I am currently cooking my way through three of them.  One of my favorites is Baking From My Home To Yours. I wish I had known about this group when you were baking your way through it, it would have been fun to participate. I did not have a chance to bake something this past week, I still have Marie-Helene’s Apple Cake on my to-do-list but I did make these awesome Toasted Almond Scones a while back.  My husband and I loved them but my son’s nut allergy prevented him from tasting them.  
Toasted Almond Scones (page 29) from Baking From My Home To Yours.

Tuesdays With Dorie is an international baking group. We don’t publish the recipes, instead we encourage you to buy the book. To see if the others did this make-up week go here.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Anonymous says:

    This is another great book of hers, isn't it? I made some of her buttery jam cookies from Baking a few days ago and they disappeared so quickly. Those scones look wonderful!


  2. I think there's only one recipe from this book that I have left to make– pecan shortbreads. I'll get to that one for a rewind at some point. I do remember these scones and they were tasty. Yours look great!


  3. Anonymous says:

    I wish I knew about the group back then as well! 2 out of my 3 kids have nut allergies as well and I'm always looking longingly at baked goods with nuts, I love them. These look delicious 🙂


  4. Your scones look fabulous! I also wish I had known about this group back then, but hey, I'm happy to be here now! And to be in such company as yours! 🙂


  5. Nana says:

    I have that book also, but I have never made anything from it. Too busy with FFWDand BCM, but after seeing those scones of yours, (they look scrumptious) I amdefinitely going to start using it.


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