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Great ideas are from the "Baked" series.

...Baked Explorations: Classic American Desserts Reinvented" (2010); "Baked Elements: Our 10 Favorite Ingredients" (2012); and "Baked Occasions: Desserts for Leisure Activities, Holidays, and Informal Celebrations" (2014).

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Make a happy cake

...Ingredients." And, from the most recent Baked cookbook, "Baked Occasions: Desserts for Leisure Activities, Holidays, and Informal Celebrations," published in October 2014, comes Ultimate Birthday Cake ? the "crowning jewel of a recipe" which distinguishes...

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Trapping, recreation collide in Cooper Landing

...in place that would require all user groups to work together. "None of us really have the authority to make these kinds of informal, almost under-the-table type of agreements because nobody knows who is going to be around," Green said. "What we need...

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Lunch and Learn events at state Capitol raise questions

...a chance for questions, she said. Sarah Erkmann, with the Alaska Oil and Gas Association, said Lunch and Learns are an informal, efficient way to educate people on topics of interest, such as responding to oil spills, a subject of one association-sponsored...

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Medicaid expansion event brings out lawmakers

...she said some states have experienced, including enrollment numbers that far exceeded projections. Herrera spoke during an informal "lunch and learn," sponsored by Sen. Mike Dunleavy and put on by Americans for Prosperity-Alaska. The group is part...

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One-way road to change direction

...intersection of Overland and Mission Avenues. Current Kenai city council member Henry Knackstedt said it was upgraded from an informal gravel road to a paved city-maintained road in the early 90's, when he worked on the upgrade as a design engineer for...

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...coffee and conversation on Saturday. This is an opportunity to discuss your concerns, ideas and meet new residents in a very informal atmosphere. Coffee and fresh pastries are available from 9-10:30 a.m. at Kenai City Hall.Create St. Patrick's...

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Peninsula candidates get last word

...opponents before Tuesday's election. About 30 people, including gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker, attended the short, informal debate sponsored by the Central Kenai Peninsula League of Women Voters, to hear seven candidates weigh on issues like education...

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Industry, legislators still buzzing about Walker firings

...knew, perhaps from his tenure as manager of the Alaska Gasline Port Authority.Jang acknowledged the process is somewhat informal."The governor's office has received unsolicited applications for the positions, as well as recommendations. Governor...

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Congress sends Obama $1.1 trillion spending bill

...Cruz seized on the issue late Friday night when he tried to challenge the bill. That led swiftly to the unraveling of an informal bipartisan agreement to give the Senate the weekend off, with a vote on final passage of the bill deferred until early this...

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