As described, there are one hundred essays contained in my beautiful new book, Baking Style: Art, Craft, Recipes. The recipes appear in uncommon divisions, and the chapter titles are two interconnected words that describe the contents of the pages that follow. For example, one chapter is historical–in a personal sense. Here is a taste–and only a taste!–of the chapter titled pastperfect: This chapter details, in each recipe/storytelling format, some of the confections that are a nod to my baking past, especially my childhood. The organization of Baking Style follows the concept of the book and my life’s work–a presentation of baking in a diary format. As a personal culinary journal, each diary entry is accompanied by one or more recipes which follow, conceptually, the prose. The many essays are collected in the chapter headings that dovetail with the theme of each.