Stay Home Volume 3 is out now!
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by Jason Schreiber
4M ago
Buy now New for 2023! Stay Home is back with the third installment: A Train Station in a Small Town That Has Been Converted into a Restaurant (The Food Is Mediocre but the Fries Are Reliable). All aboard the nostalgia train to nowhere! Get all the recipes and templates you need to build a gingerbread train station for the holidays in a cheeky lifestyle magazine. It's #choochoorific and fun for that one person in your family! This digital zine contains 34 pages of recipes, photos, instructions, and templates for a perfect holiday project! Inside this issue: » Updated recipes for Gin ..read more
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Recipe: Sesame Rings
Jason Schreiber Blog
by Jason Schreiber
7M ago
Sesame Rings that look like Taralli Makes too many (about 7 dozen) I would call them taralli but I think I strayed too far for these to be authentic. File under: recipes I made one time but haven’t thoroughly tested. Eddie and I can’t stop eating them and my notes are pretty thorough, but if you spot an error let me know! 310 grams warm water 21 grams fresh yeast (or 7 grams instant yeast) 50 grams tahini (Seed + Mill or Soom) 400 grams all purpose flour (King Arthur 125 grams semolina flour (Caputo’s Semola) 11 grams kosher salt (Diamond Crystal) 25 grams olive oil about 1 cup sesame seeds In ..read more
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It's a sticky situation
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by Jason Schreiber
9M ago
Look, I don’t know what I’m doing over here but I got the itch to make some stickers and now they exist and it’s time to let you know, because maybe you want them in your life too. Maybe you have something that needs a sign of approval, or you need to cover up a mistake, or find a gift for someone who likes weird things, or figure out what to make for dinner. These stickers can do that! Except for the last one. Unless you like to eat vinyl. Get them over on my Etsy shop ..read more
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Laurie Ellen Holiday 2022
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by Jason Schreiber
1y ago
It turns out that degree in 17th century Dutch art comes in handy once in a while. But more importantly, the www.laurieellen.com holiday shop is open! Get your treats now! Food styling: Laurie Ellen Pellicano Photo: Jason Schreiber ..read more
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Laurie Ellen Thanksgiving 2022
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by Jason Schreiber
1y ago
Head over to www.laurieellen.com to get your Thanksgiving treats now ..read more
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Hazelnut Banana Bread
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by Jason Schreiber
2y ago
Hazelnut Banana Bread by Jason Schreiber. HAZELNUT BANANA BREAD Originally published in FRUIT CAKE: RECIPES FOR THE CURIOUS BAKER MAKES 8 TO 10 SERVINGS   The bananas and plantains for this recipe need to be soft, dark, and basically mushade, because that’s when they are the sweetest and most full of flavor. The plantains, which are starchier than your typical banana, don’t break down completely, forming little pockets of intense banana flavor scattered throughout the loaf. The original recipe from FRUIT CAKE uses walnuts instead of hazelnuts. Both versions are delicious. Pan Goo (be ..read more
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Laurie Ellen Winter 2022 Collection
Jason Schreiber Blog
by Jason Schreiber
2y ago
My second favorite thing to do with Laurie Ellen’s treats is to photograph them. (My favorite is to eat them.) Head over to www.laurieellen.com to shop her 2022 Winter Collection while supplies last ..read more
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Looking to make an easier gingerbread house than this one?
Jason Schreiber Blog
by Jason Schreiber
2y ago
Looking for an easy gingerbread house to make this holiday season? Get my recipe and instructions in the Delish Holiday Baking Quarterly ..read more
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Everyone loves Laurie Ellen!
Jason Schreiber Blog
by Jason Schreiber
2y ago
Laurie Ellen’s Holiday 2021 collection So excited to share these photos of Laurie Ellen’s Holiday 2021 Collection. Head over to www.laurieellen.com to place your order! Shop Now ..read more
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Recipe: Nan-e Barbari (Persian Flatbread)
Jason Schreiber Blog
by Jason Schreiber
2y ago
Dave was screaming at me yesterday when I opened the refrigerator. To be fair, I’d left him in there a pretty long time, so it’s no wonder he was feeling neglected. Luckily, he wasn’t so much angry as he was raring to go, so in the end we both made out okay. (I should say at the outset that Dave is my sourdough starter, named after David LaChapelle. Ten points to anyone who can thread that needle.) A couple weeks ago in my mindless instagramming I came across a recipe for nan-e barbari, a Persian flatbread I first encountered at a Before Times dinner at @sofreh_brooklyn, and it seemed like a ..read more
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