Soft, not-too-sweet, anise-scented dough, threaded through with cinnamon and raspberry jam that tastes like a ski day.
It’s based on a famous recipe from a restaurant called The Restaurant that existed long ago in Anchorage, at 3rd Avenue and E Street.
Cookie butter-crumble pumpkin pie bars are everything you want right now.
This is a basic tart recipe that can be used to make any patterned tart.
You’ve seen all those cool-looking cupcakes on Pinterest and maybe you’ve felt intimidated. But I want you to know a secret.
This is a square, citrusy homage to the British tradition of the rectangular or square tea cake called a “traybake.”
I tried using the broiler to melt the sugar, but got a much better result using a $20 blowtorch from Lowe’s.
Flour, sugar and oil came to Alaska Native communities with contact. Doughnuts and fry bread were then adopted and adapted as Alaska Native traditional foods. They aren’t all that healthy, but they are what celebrations taste like.
Here’s the blueberry pie recipe you’ve been looking for.