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Bake

(dreams)
When we bake, we transform matter. We take raw materials and make them into something nutritious and pleasing. Dreaming about baking is a positive dream image. It suggests that you are feeling optimistic and productive.
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She even made around 150 lavender shortbread hearts for wedding favours and now bakes bread at least once a week.
Chattman also makes Rugelach (and bakes them straight from the freezer) with a cream cheese dough for gift-giving.
She also bakes cheesecakes and bread and rice puddings.
Consumers searching for the "holy grail" of snacks -- great tasting, healthy and convenient -- will find what they're looking for in the latest introduction from the growing line of Kettle(TM) brand Bakes.
Heavy on flavor but light on fat and calories, Kettle(TM) brand Bakes debuts in rich Aged White Cheddar, spicy-sweet Hickory Honey Barbeque, and Lightly Salted.
When dough is used for topping casseroles or cobblers, be sure to put atop a hot filling before baking to ensure that the dough bakes completely.
The larger biscuit bakes in 17 to 23 minutes and splits easily to hold favorite sandwich ingredients, such as eggs and sausage or chicken patties.
It puffs up a lot while it bakes and then falls as it cools - so don't panic.
As the recipe bakes, the ricotta mixture sinks to the bottom, forming a creamy layer with a dense texture and rich flavor.
To achieve better taste, she also believes in maximizing surface area (crust) in relation to volume (crumb) and bakes her breads at a higher temperature than normal.
Although Bergin bakes pastries all day long, she often goes home and whips up desserts, sweets and dinner for her 17-year-old son and 15-year- old daughter.
Unlike some of the popular casseroles that use store-bought frozen blintzes, Green's version bakes a layer of cheese filling between two layers of a special blintz-type batter.