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The Baking 911 Infographic Gets You Out of Bad Baking Situations

Along with holiday meals comes holiday baking, and whether it's slightly singed bottoms or crunchy cookies that are supposed to be chewy, this guide from America's Test Kitchen can help you get out of serving up bad baked goods.
  • Betty Soper

    Baking911 :-) http://static.americastestkitchenfeed.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/bakedgoods911-800.jpg

  • Casey Wilson - The Health Nut

    Baking 911: How to tackle baking emergencies—from cookie catastrophes to cake calamities—straight on. | #infographic #baking #tips #cooking

  • Alicia Kehrig

    Baking 911 infographic - a quick guide to avoiding baking emergencies - from America's Test Kitchen.

  • Suzi Holler

    Infographic: Guideline to Avoid Baking Emergencies. From America's Test Kitchens comes "Baking 911" - a quick guide to avoiding your baking emergencies; Cake Calamities, Bread Bummers, and Cookie Catastrophes.

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