Zoe Denenberg
Zoe Denenberg

Zoe Denenberg

Zoe is a professional baker and cook, providing baking tips, tricks, and support for Southern Living's audience. She draws on her own culinary knowledge to translate complicated techniques into easily digestible terms for home cooks.. As a professional baker, Zoe Denenberg has spent the past two years traveling across the country—from Alabama to Hawai'i—working in farm-focused pastry kitchens. She has written about food, travel, and culture for Southern Living since 2019. See more of Zoe's work at on her website and follow her on Instagram.
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The answer depends on how you've thawed it.
Whether you're cooking on the grill or in a cast-iron skillet, taking the temperature of your meat is a fool-proof way to achieve an impressive-looking, great-tasting steak every time.
Just a pinch of meringue powder will keep your homemade whipped cream in tip-top shape.
There are many different types of flour out there—which one is right for your baking project?
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Just like Southern cooks, Child certainly did not shy away from cream or butter
Between tacos and two-stepping, you'll never want to leave.
There are many different types of flour out there—which one is right for your baking project?
Just like Southern cooks, Child certainly did not shy away from cream or butter
Between tacos and two-stepping, you'll never want to leave.
There's a scientific explanation.
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A slow start is the secret to a full, voluminous meringue.
Whether your prefer the conventional supper or something more casual and off-beat, we have the perfect Thanksgiving menu for your family.
A homemade loaf of pumpkin bread or box of cookies can be so much more meaningful than any store-bought gift.
Thanksgiving side dishes don't stop at the sweet potatoes.
From butter to bacon grease, these shortening substitutes will save your weekend baking project.
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We store so many other fruits in the fridge—why not bananas?
The smell of roasting butter pecans is the signature scent of Southern holidays.
A simple trick straight from the Pioneer Woman.
Focused on developing big flavor rather than achieving perfection, grilling is an art all its own.
Whether you pronounce it "car-mul" or "car-a-mel," we can all agree that it's pretty irresistible.
Overloaded on farmers' market berries? We've got you covered.