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A warm welcome to any of you who've found your way here via my recent article in Yoga Journal on baking as meditation. I'm so glad you're here.

If you'd like to read more about my Bundt Cake Saturdays, just click on the "baking" tab below; there, you'll find a year's worth of photos, recipes and stories at your fingertips. I hope you'll enjoy perusing them as much as I did creating them.

A few personal favorites: maple pecan, sour cream walnut streusel, caramel apple, rhubarb pecan, and blueberry cream. (And, of course: don't forget the buckled-in bundts, and the baby bundts, too - and, for the strong of heart, the bundt Barbie.)

Recipes are always welcome! I've got a backlog of the last few months' cakes to blog, so keep checking in for new creations. Yesterday we shared Mocha Frangelico; the week before, it was Buttermilk Squash. So stay tuned for those new autumn recipes, and in the meantime: Bake. Breathe. Bundt.

(P.S. Did you know that today - November 15th - is National Bundt Cake Day?? No joke. Enjoy.)

Comments

Lisa Cohen said…
I absolutely LOVED your article in Yoga Journal. What a GREAT idea of baking each week and giving it to someone that could use a boost. Brilliant! You've got me thinking now about how I can do something along the same lines. Thank you for the inspiration.
Rach said…
Thanks, Lisa! I'm so glad to hear you liked the article. Baking really is such an ideal "off the mat" practice that can bloom in your life in so many ways. Not only is it a great way to build some bhakti yoga into your life, but it's an awesome creative outlet, as well. (Not to mention that it makes you feel SO good.) Good luck with your future baking!

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