Since there is just the two of us--AppleJack and me--baking at our house is a challenge. Most recipes are written with six to eight servings in mind. While the first serving is warm, tasty and delicious, the second serving is a nice left over, servings number three, four five and up and not so tasty and are either not eaten or left forever on the hips.
While making an early morning run through the grocery store, I spied this magazine at the check out counter. I am a sucker for magazines at the check out. Those clever marketing people get me every time. Last fall during the Southern Festival of Books, I listed to Bridget Lancaster who is part of America's Test Kitchen--she was warm and funny and delightful.
Yes, the magazine went into my shopping cart and I am enjoying reading each and every recipe and can't wait to smell some wonderful aromas coming from our kitchen. Two servings--let me know what you think. And. . . like with all the Test Kitchen magazines, they have some wonderful tips are improving your baking skills.