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Nancy Silverton's Pastries from the La Brea Bakery by Nancy Silverton

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  • gcottraux on February 01, 2010

    I was looking for the perfect morning bun recipe, and a pastry chef recommended this book. The morning bun recipe turned out to be exactly right.

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  • Graham crackers

    • I Made That!

      They actually look like graham crackers! And taste like them! A tad overcooked I think, but delicious – with a cinnamon sugar coating on top.

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    • Wednesday Chef

      Despite being delicious, they were a bit complicated to make. The dough, as seen above, is very soft and must not only be refrigerated for hours, but then also rolled out with copious amounts of flour

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    • Lottie and Doof

      They taste like the graham crackers of your childhood. I have made them twice in the last few weeks... You will be so impressed with yourself for making these, I promise.

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  • Browned butter-pecan muffins

    • I Made That!

      Very delicious sounding muffins with... browned butter! You can never have enough browned butter. period.

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  • Apple fritters

    • I Made That!

      Oh you... you... doughnut. You kill me. Literally. I need to get rid of these ASAP. Good thing I have a dinner party to attend tonight!

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  • Orange-almond buttons

    • Lottie and Doof

      As Nancy Silverton promises, they are seriously addictive. They also offer a nice change of texture from the usual cookie tray offerings. They are bright and fruity with a nice satisfying crunch.

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