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In the seventeenth and early eighteenth century, pies with incredible baroque pastry decorations similar to those on plasterwork and woodcarving were a common element at important feasts. The pastry cooks who made these extraordinary food items possessed skills which were frequently as well developed as those of artists who worked in more conventional media. Food History Jottings: Edible Artistry

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from Honest Cooking

25 Habits of Professional Pastry Chefs

Want step up your baking game, but don’t know where to start? Here are 25 habits of professional pastry chefs that you can do at home.

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from Annie's Eats

How to Make Puff Pastry

So yes, I prefer to make my own puff pastry.  I know, I know…this seems nutty.  But you already know about this side of me, so it can’t come as … Read More

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from Kidspot

Nutella twist Christmas tree

Create a delicious pastry centrepiece for your Christmas buffet this year with this easy Nutella twist Christmas tree.

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Kolaches | Brought to America by Czech immigrants and popular in Texas, these sweet pastries are heaped with either fruit or cheese filling.

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from The Craftsy Blog

How to Make a Croquembouche Like a Pro on Craftsy

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Blueberry Lemon Mini Puff Pastries - Rock Recipes -The Best Food & Photos from my St. John's, Newfoundland Kitchen.

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from Puff Pastry

Apple Roses

Puff Pastry Apple Rose Recipe. "You don't need to be a pastry chef to bake this deliciously tempting rose-shaped dessert. It tastes just like apple pie. And it looks a lot like a beautiful red rose. Made with naturally sweet apple slices, sprinkled with cinnamon and rolled up in a perfectly crispy puff pastry." - Manuela from Cooking With Manuela.

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Pastry Folding Hacks | 40 Creative Food Hacks That Will Change The Way You Cook
from BuzzFeed Community

Community Post: 40 Creative Food Hacks That Will Change The Way You Cook

Pastry Folding Hacks | 40 Creative Food Hacks That Will Change The Way You Cook

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