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Posted 28 June 2008 - 09:55 AM

Welcome to Pastry & Baking, which is home to discussions about breads and all things sweet. Here you can read about topics ranging from How To Make Transfer Sheets to Baking 101 to The Best Way To Cut Cake Slices, and meet a wide range of home and professional bakers. If you want to discuss savory cooking topics, check out Cooking, and for discussions of equipment, look at Kitchen Consumer. And, if you are cooking from a specific cookbook, please wander over to Cookbooks and References where we discuss what we've made.

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