Welcome to Savor @ 350 Degrees, the official blog of Savor Baking Company. Here you will find the thoughts, dreams, and randomness that is Lexyne, owner of Savor. When she is not baking, testing a new recipe, or blogging, she can be found tweeting about life and that aforementioned randomness.
Savor Baking Company is a Chicago-based dessert catering company that prepares all of its products from scratch using all-natural ingredients.
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Category Archives: Baking with Savor
January 27 is National Chocolate Cake Day. It’s another one of those lesser known food holidays that you tend to find out about via Facebook or Twitter. Of course, I had to send a quick shout out to my favorite … Continue reading
If you are carving that holiday pumpkin in preparation for Halloween or planning on making a pumpkin pie using fresh pumpkin, don’t throw those seeds away! With a little extra effort, you can turn those seeds into a great (and … Continue reading
By the end of every October in the United States, one is likely to see pumpkins (or winter squash) in grocery stores or out on neighbors’ lawns as part of a Halloween display. Indeed, Halloween serves as the first “official” … Continue reading
Inspiration is where you find it. There is something so magical about discovering your muse and bringing a vision to fruition. Some find inspiration in nature, others in a lover or close relative. Chicago-based artist Lauren Brescia found inspiration in … Continue reading
I have learned from my journey in bringing Savor Baking Company to life that it is necessary to take little steps. I mentioned in a previous post that I had a drastic career shift last year. I will not rehash … Continue reading
Growing up in the South has had an immense influence on the products that I bake. Pound cakes and pies maintained a common presence on the Sunday dinner table. The best of these sweet treats were scratch-baked from memory, as … Continue reading
I do not know exactly when I first held a measuring cup in my hand. But I do remember that the many times that my mother and I made sweet potato pies we did not measure ingredients. In fact, if … Continue reading