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  Carri Thurman has been a friend since she traveled from her home in Homer, Alaska, to visit her fellow Homerian, Daniel Coyle, an author and journalist who’d moved to Cleveland with his Cleveland-born wife—bless you, Dan! (His last book, The Talent Code, is a fascinating look at how talent is developed.) Carri runs Two Sisters Bakery in Homer, and she offers here some fabulous confections for the holidays, right up our alley—proving once again that chocolate, like life, is better with bacon. Thanks for sharing, Carri, and for all the helpful step-by-step pix! —MR   by Carri Thurman “Winter is not a season, it is an occupation.”—Sinclair Lewis Does it get dark there? It’s a question we get a lot this far north. And Yes, Dorothy, it does get dark. Quite dark. Here in the South Central region Read On »

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Another tempting pastry for the books, the chocolate, berry, and cream cheese danish, via White One Rice Couple.    

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Not only are the treats coming back to shelves but they will be offering frozen twinkles for shelves, via Huffington Post.

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Video: Lisa Ludwinski shares her summer internship at Zingermans and Avalon Breads, via YouTube.

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A new twist on a classic tart, try adding some rose water or steeping rose petals in the pastry cream, via NYT.

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