Whole Grain Pizza Dough
This whole grain pizza dough is a great canvas for all sorts of toppings—try it with creamy havarti and mushrooms, or pineapple, bacon and barbecue sauce.This recipe is from American Wholefoods Cuisine by Nikki and David Goldbeck (Ceres Press, 2006). This recipe was originally published in the Hartford Courant.
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Pizza dough recipe
Make your own pizza dough and turn it into calzones, white pizza, classic red sauce pizza or whatever else your heart desires.This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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Rainbow Play Dough
On a rainy day when you're spending more time at home, break out the rainbow play dough. Play dough is perfect for kids ages three to twelve. They can mold this classic craft into anything they want, from animals to their favorite city. This recipe is courtesy of McCormick. 
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Pumpkin Spice Cookie Dough
Come fall, pumpkin spice is everywhere—and now cookie dough is getting in on the action. This version is made without eggs, so you can enjoy it straight out of the bowl.Recipe courtesy of Jason Goldstein.
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Our Favorite Pizza Dough
‘Easy to work with, this is the perfect pizza dough. We are confident this will become your go-to dough!’ - Craig Whitson and Tore Gjesteland, authors of Passion for Pizza: A Journey Through Thick and Thin to Find the Pizza EliteClick here for our best pizza recipes.
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This recipe is from The Fundamental Techniques of Classic Cuisine and is the classic French recipe for puff pastry dough.   A quick guide to classic French terms used in this recipe to help you throughout the process: détrampe - a simple dough composed of flour, salt, water, and melted butter beurrage - a block of butter pâton - a package which results from folding the détrampe around the beurrage Don't be intimidated by all the steps and French words! Though laborious to make, the end result is well worth it and far outshines store-bought varities in texture and mouth-feel. Once you learn to make this dough, you're poised to make a number of other French classics such as napoleans, palmiers, or tarts, not to mention a bevy of delicious appetizers, pastry items, and quiches! Click here to view our Best Puff Pastry Recipes to get inspiration for all your puff pastry creations!
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Chunks of cookie dough and vanilla ice cream... what’s not to love? For an end-of-summer treat make this delicious and simple recipe. 
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Homemade Pizza
A simple, foolproof recipe from Mark Bello at Pizza a Casa in New York City that gives you a head start on making delicious pizza at home. If you have extra time, try the overnight rise method for a easy pizza dough and flavorful crust.  Click here to see the Tips for Making the Perfect Homemade Pizza story.
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Edible Raw Cookie Dough
This cookie dough is made without eggs so you can safely enjoy it as a sweet unbaked treat. Add toppings, like chocolate chips, sprinkles, nuts, and more to make it your own.
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Poolish
Poolish has become our favorite starter in the bakery. We enjoy using it because it gives our bread a moist, open-holed crumb, a chewy texture, and a sweet, pleasant flavor of fermentation without any sourness.  Don’t be discouraged by the process of making a starter. Poolish is very easy to make and adds so much character to breads like French baguettes and rustic Italian bread. It’s made from the tiniest bit of yeast we can measure, combined with equal weights of water and flour. The mixing takes about 3 minutes, and the rest of the work is done by the yeast which slowly ferments with the flour and water. The poolish should be mixed 6-24 hours before you plan to make your bread. When used in your dough, the final result will be sophisticated bread that makes you look like a professional baker.   Click here to see the How to Make Amy's Bread Slideshow. Adapted from "Amy's Bread, Revised and Updated" by Amy Scherber, Toy Kim Dupree, and Aimee Herring.   
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Two-Ingredient Pasta Dough
Fresh pasta is really easy to make by hand, even if you don’t have a pasta machine. Make this two-ingredient pasta dough and serve with tomato sauce or simply toss with some good-quality olive oil and freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.Click here to watch how to make fresh pasta dough.
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Corn Dough
Use this basic corn dough for soft or fried corn tortillas, dumplings, and more. You can also add chiles, spices, and herbs for a flavorful twist.Adapted from Mexico from the Inside Out by Enrique Olvera.
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