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Joy the Baker by Joy Wilson
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meggan on December 17, 2012
I used Kraken spiced rum and this was good. I also subbed in juniper berries for cloves.
jzanger on January 12, 2013
Everything about his sounds great, but the sum of its parts was not particularly enjoyable to me. I did have to substitute pecans for hazelnuts, but I can't imagine that would have changed anything. I just don't like blue cheese on polenta I guess.
cassiemcgannon on February 13, 2013
I only made the polenta, not the sauce. Much easier and less messy than making polenta on the stove - will be doing this again.
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- Language English
- Countries United States
In four short years, Joy the Baker has been named one of the ’50 Best Food Blogs’ by The London Times, and the ‘Best Baking Blog’ by Saveur. Joy has also been featured in both Food & Wine Magazine and Sunset Magazine.
Joy the Baker chronicles everything from how to impress boys with brownies, to how to make a pancake dinner just for one. Her food, writing, and photography are approachable, light-hearted, and will have you laughing out loud, and reaching for your fork.