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    The Well-Conceived Details of a Baker's Kitchen

    by Amy Albert
    by Amy Albert fromFine Cooking Issue 51 Ask devoted bakers about Flo Braker and they’ll probably tell you she’s the author of The Simple Art of Perfect Baking and Sweet Miniatures, a founding member of The Baker’s Dozen, and a co-­author of The Baker’s Dozen Cookbook. They might also mention that…
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