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Daring Baker’s Sheets of Phyllo Dough

Posted by on Jun 27, 2011 in Home, Pastries and Viennoiseries, x | 1 comment

Daring Baker’s Sheets of Phyllo Dough

Erica of Erica’s Edibles was our host for the Daring Baker’s June challenge. Erica challenged us to be truly DARING by making homemade phyllo dough and then to use that homemade dough to make Baklava. I actually created  phyllo dough and a baklava for a dear friend, whom was frustrated with the choice of baklava where he lived. He proclaimed the little Greek bakery in New york, where lived had tried baklava, while talking to us he explained you could watch the pastry chef pull the dough. I was intrigued to trying The Daring Baker’s challenge. I collect rolling pins from around the...

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DF’s Wedding Ring, Silky White Cake with Raspberry Filling and White Chocolate Frosting

Posted by on May 31, 2011 in Cakes, Home, x | 31 comments

DF’s Wedding Ring, Silky White Cake with Raspberry Filling and White Chocolate Frosting

It was an usually chilly mid May day, the grass was wet and heavy; when DF, my husband, decided to play gardener. He knew his wedding band was on, he never allows the ring to leave his finger. Sydney and I were baking pain au chocolates, when the phone rang, I  heard Sydney exclaim an alarming phrase. My first thought was DF had been hurt by the tracker he was playing on, I was mistaken (thankfully). He had lost his wedding band, we both immediately stopped what we were working on and ran outside. In the  front lawn we found my husband, Sydney’s father, walking in a circle. He had...

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A Birthday Gift: Tangy Rose-Vanilla Bean- Panna Cotta with Red Current Coulis Gel

Posted by on Feb 19, 2011 in Cookies and brownies, Home, Mousses and Pudding, x | 15 comments

A Birthday Gift: Tangy Rose-Vanilla Bean- Panna Cotta with Red Current Coulis Gel

PANNA COTTA BOMBE My sister’s birthday is this week, actually it falls on the heels of Valentine’s Day. Generally the people in her life combine the two events, it has become a yearly tradition that Sydney and I  create a special pastry for her birthday. This year Sydney and I chose a comfort dessert: Rose-Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta with a Red Currant jelled Coulis. Tush, that truly is her nickname. (Sydney started calling her “Tush” from the age of two and it just stuck). As I was saying Tush loves anything vanilla flavored, I thought why not turn the panna cotta into...

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Red Velvet Crème Fraîche Cake

Posted by on Feb 9, 2011 in Cakes, Home, x | 15 comments

Red Velvet Crème Fraîche Cake

White Chocolate Crème Fraîche Frosting The men, I am not being sexist, they happen to all be men, work in the mailroom at my husband’s office have very graciously allowed me to have supply shipments to be sent to there mailroom. After the last few weeks of not only signing for the shipment, but delivering some very large and heavy boxes to DF’s office, I decided I needed to show my appreciation. I began sending DF with pastries for them. Prior to Frosting I found out that Red Velvet cake is favorite amongst them. Originally Sydney and I were going to prepare cupcakes, but since...

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2010 A Year of Change and Growth

Posted by on Jan 1, 2011 in Bobbie talks Blogging, Cookies and brownies, Creations, Drinks, French Macarons, Home, Mousses and Pudding, Pastries and Viennoiseries, x | 74 comments

2010 A Year of Change and Growth

So much has changed since this time last year. When the year began Sydney was a senior in high school, my husband was still the CIO for CRI, and I had just began dipping my toe into the pool of blogging, (What a big pool). I can honestly say I did not understand this new “blogging world.” The first few blogs lacked structure, the stories were dry, and the pictures I posted were grainy, dull, and the styling was boring. All four of these pictures were shot with a sony point and shoot, in haste, and I was pretty “green.”  It wasn’t as if I never had taken a...

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Christmas Opéra Cake

Posted by on Dec 15, 2010 in Cakes, Home, x | 183 comments

Christmas Opéra Cake

Each year our family takes turns picking out what our Christmas dinner will consist of; this year Sydney is the person to choose the main course and it is my turn to choose all of the desserts (generally there are about three different ones). Lucky me! Last year Sydney chose the the desserts a Pavlova, a Panetone with Zabaglione Trifle, and  Special Noto Cheesecake with a mini chocolate chip crust. I wanted to have a truly unique dessert that would be festive. After days of contemplating I arrived on The Opéra Cake, it is elegant, delicate, and beautiful. A  traditional Opera Cake is a...

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To Brine or not to Brine, The Holiday Time

Posted by on Dec 2, 2010 in Home, Savory, x | 202 comments

To Brine or not to Brine, The Holiday Time

I promise this entire blog will not be on brining/or not brining a turkey, I just liked the title. I will however approach the brining subject. When I was young and Thanksgiving was cooked by the generation before me, the turkey was cooked till leathery and never brined. I think my family wanted to cook anything that  you could get ill from out of the bird, but along with the chance of illness went any chance of taste and flavor! Please don’t get me wrong the trimmings were fine, but the star was wrinkly and dry. When I finally had my own kitchen I zealously took over the holiday...

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Going to Italy via Daring baker’s Challenge Crostata

Posted by on Nov 27, 2010 in Home, Tarts and Pies, x | 125 comments

Going to Italy via Daring baker’s Challenge Crostata

This is my first Daring Baker’s Challenge, I was elated  to read  the 2010 November Daring Bakers’ challenge was hosted by Simona of briciole. She chose to challenge Daring Bakers’ to make pasta frolla for a crostata. She used her own experience as a source, as well as information from Pellegrino Artusi’s Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well. We, the Noto Family, adore tarts and with Thanksgiving on the heels of this challenge I had the opportunity to try a different and someone else’s recipe, besides there were very few restrictions, the filling was left for...

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The Story of Pumpkin Pillows

Posted by on Nov 5, 2010 in Cakes, Cookies and brownies, Home, x | 186 comments

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I love when I have the opportunity to design a particular recipe for special people in my life. Last fall a friend of mine, Travis L, who actually is the pickiest adult eater I have ever encountered, asked me to bake pumpkin cookies for him. I thought how simple, till he informed me he will only eat cookies that are soft, and by the way, he HATES pumpkin. Obviously I asked, “why would you ask me to bake pumpkin cookies if you dislike pumpkin?” He replied somebody had given him soft pumpkin cookies as a child (he is now 30 years old). He claimed” the cookies were the most...

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Pinktober

Posted by on Oct 5, 2010 in Cakes, Cookies and brownies, French Macarons, Home, Pastries and Viennoiseries, x | 72 comments

Pinktober

October is the month that everything, buildings, ribbons, lights, armbands, the decor at the malls, and all along the interstate turn the optimistic lively color pink.  October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Celebrating 25 Years of Awareness, Education, and Empowerment.  Sydney and I have seen friends win the fight of breast cancer and sadly have lost amazing friends to this illness, even one human being losing their fight is too many. Sydney began calling October,”Pinktober” in honor of all of those fighting a diagnoses, survivors, caregivers, family members,...

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How Baking composed My Journey through Photography and learning HTML code

Posted by on Sep 27, 2010 in French Macarons, photography, x | 364 comments

How Baking composed My Journey through Photography and learning HTML code

  I love creating new recipes, trying them out (on family members first). When my husband came to Sydney and I with the idea of a food blog and website I thought it was a grand concept. I still do, but I must admit I went into this internet “thing” blind. I am not the most computer savvy user (that is an understatement), in fact when my husband and I ventured on The Culinary Calculator, our Iphone application, we both were ready to throw pie at each other. He is culinary challenged (expect for eating) and as I explained am computer challenged. It is a pretty neat...

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My Michelle’s Tea Party

Posted by on Sep 18, 2010 in French Macarons, Home, x | 65 comments

My Michelle’s Tea Party

  The Thursday prior to labor weekend snuck up upon Sydney and myself. Sydney looked like “a deer in head lights” the entire adventure. Yes this is a major life changing event that we discussed all summer long, but reality and actuality are 3000 miles apart (which is the miles between us). Anyone who has ever been blessed with the opportunity to help their child move into the next step of their child’s staircase knows mirage of conflicting feelings that creep in and grab hold of you. I was proud, yet my heart was breaking, I was excited for her, but selfishly lonely...

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The Vanilla Bean

Posted by on Sep 10, 2010 in Cakes, Candies, French Macarons, Home, x | 31 comments

The Vanilla Bean

Vanilla Pods I just adore those almost black, tacky, fragrant, delicious and “O” so versatile pod. The minute I take one out of it’s glass holder the vanilla pod becomes an irresistible aromatic party for my senses: the look, the smell (of course), and the taste. The enticement to gently squeeze the pod and bring it close enough to my nose to capture it’s bouquet is over whelming. When Sydney and I bake or cook the entire pod is used, nothing goes to waste. The skins are steeped or roasted in the oven and those little jewels, the seeds, are integrated with what ever we...

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Playing with Flavors

Posted by on Aug 14, 2010 in French Macarons, Home, x | 43 comments

Playing with Flavors

I was delightfully surprised two weeks ago when a contact of mine sent me flavors I have had a hard time purchasing. My gratefulness soon turned to ideas for macarons and some recipes I am still perfecting. Of course I sent this very generous person pictures of these heavenly pastries. Pomegranate Macarons with White Chocolate Crème Mousse and Macaron aux Bleuets with White Chocolate Crème Mousse As any one who has ever read my blog knows I have an obsessions with the French Macaron and love to play with flavoring the shells as well as the filling. So when I received an early Christmas...

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August College Picnic

Posted by on Aug 11, 2010 in Cakes, Home, x | 38 comments

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I know it must seem like I only talk about Sydney, but she is my heart. I guess by now anyone who knows me or reads my blog realizes I am having a hard time with Sydney leaving for Knox College. I am  busting with pride and excitement for her, however we have been together for 18 years, and it is difficult for me visualize a kitchen with out Sydney. I am the luckiest mom! I have a beautiful talented daughter who laughs and shares her life with me; whether it be good, sad, annoying or bad. Our closest conversation have been held over sugar, flour, butter, and yeast (just to name some...

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