"Life's too short, eat the whole cookie"

- Spencer Lawson

Baking can be an every day activity. It sure does make life a lot sweeter.

I learned to bake in a kitchen the size of a postage stamp. 2 years later and I now love to share tips I have learned about efficiency and organization that will make even the novice baker feel comfortable in the kitchen! Baking should be sweet (but not TOO sweet), fun, and accessible to everyone!

Kana Parchment Paper saves the day when I'm working in the kitchen

Kana Parchment paper is seriously one of my most used items. Whether it saves you from extra dishes when making a tray of cookies or is that extra insurance policy when you are making a special birthday cake, you can't go wrong with some parchment. Add to that Kana's environmental awareness and you have a pretty perfect and necessary kitchen tool!

SHOP SPENCER'S FAVORITE

Food should taste good and be beautiful too!

Baking can happen in so many different ways. Cakes, cookies, bread, pies. The options are endless and there is so much to explore in the kitchen.

Baking can happen in so many different ways. Cakes, cookies, bread, pies. The options are endless and there is so much to explore in the kitchen.

Baking can happen in so many different ways. Cakes, cookies, bread, pies. The options are endless and there is so much to explore in the kitchen.

Baking can happen in so many different ways. Cakes, cookies, bread, pies. The options are endless and there is so much to explore in the kitchen.

Tricks from Spence The Baker

What is the key to baking?

Baking is all about technique! Once you master one thing, you can use that to create so many different things. Take the time to master the basics.

What tool do I absolutely need in the kitchen?

You mean, aside from some Kana parchment and a good attitude? One of my favorite kitchen tools is a scale! Using a scale really takes your baking to the next level. I recommend you give it a try and see how your baking changes with the accuracy!