Tag Archives | Pillsbury Bake-Off

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The Lives of Cookbooks

Cookbooks are coming to me in such varied ways, sometimes with a whisper of someone from the past.

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The Pillsbury Doughboy Miracle

One of the heart-breaking losses of the Culinary Cellar flood was losing the Pillsbury Bake-Off contest books. Or so I thought….

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Good Grief Cooking

Lisa Keys is the bravest woman I know. Lisa has dealt with the tragic death of her beloved son through cooking and writing her blog, “Good Grief Cook.”

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Pillsbury Goes To Paris

Sharing recipes with the world…

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Judging the Pillsbury Bake-Off

Judging the Pillsbury Bake-Off was a joy for food writer Clementine Paddleford. Read about her experiences and some of the ups and downs of the early contests.

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First Pillsbury Bake-Off 1949

I will be writing about every single Pillsbury Bake-Off contest since the first in 1949! Let’s get started on this fun journey!

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Dining with the Disney Chefs at the Pillsbury Bake-Off

On our first night with the Pillsbury Bake-Off, the media was treated to a divine evening with the Disney chefs.  We actually had dinner right in the kitchens.  There were stations set up around the kitchen so we could observe the chefs at work.  There were delicacies such as Lamb Sliders with Tomato Marmalade; Smoked Duck […]

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A Million Dollar Experience: From Contestant to Blogger at the Pillsbury Bake-Off

I love the Pillsbury Bake-Off.  Pure and simple.  It has been a part of my family’s life for many years and has given us priceless memories. We are one of the few families of three-generation Bake-Off contestants.  My mother, Pat Bradley, has been a contestant once, my oldest daughter, Kristina, has been twice, and I have been […]

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