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In Baked in Vermont, Gesine shares tips and tricks to make baking easy, accessible and fun.
Gesine Prado is honored to host a high school graduation party for her dear friend's daughter. It's a special day and they're celebrating the big event with a garden party filled with sweet treats. Petit Fours andChocolate Ganache Drops surround the centerpiece of the dessert table -- an elegant and beautiful Tiered Macaron Cake filled with sweet buttercream.
Gesine Prado's friends from down south are coming up to visit their kids attending university nearby so she's throwing a Vermont-style Low Country boil for them. They'll feel right at home with Gesine's Low Country Boil Pie with a side of Homemade Cole Slaw and Baked Fried Green Tomatoes on the side. The meal is rounded off with a decadent Triple Chocolate Pie for dessert.
When the weather is nice, there's nothing that Gesine Prado and Ray enjoy more than eating outdoors under the beautiful Vermont sky. She's preparing an elegant picnic and everything is made with her favorite flaky Phyllo Dough. They'll snack on Ham and Cheese Pockets before diving into Phyllo-Wrapped Salmon withRoasted Potatoes on the side. And for dessert: mason-jarred Mousse topped with Sweet Phyllo Crisps.
Gesine Prado is baking over an open flame as she and Ray help move their good friend and park ranger Agnes into her station for the season. Gesine has put together the perfect campfire meal that includes Baked Mac n' Cheese finished over the fire, Iceberg Wedges with Bacon, Agnes' favorite Lemon Ring and extra-special Campfire Brownies.
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