Cinnamon used to be the most basic spice in your cupboard. Now it’s gone upscale. So will a fancy brand from Vietnam costing $8 an ounce actually make baked goods taste better?
We bring you an Apple Crisp that is truly crisp, Blueberry Cobbler that is juicy—not dry—and a Raspberry Gratin that is fruity simplicity at its best.
After testing oats, corn flakes, cookie crumbs,
Grape-Nuts, graham crackers, and nuts, we found a
simple way to put the crunch back in crisps.
What could be simpler than buttered and sugared bread crumbs tossed over fresh berries and then baked for just 15 minutes?
No-fuss drop biscuits and an unconventional baking
method are the keys to a speedy, intensely
flavored summer cobbler.
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