Katherine Corbett stands at a kitchen countertop. To her left is a blue plastic bowl. In her right hand, she holds a pick measuring cup, which is filled halfway. With her left hand, her fingers grace the braille pages of one of her favorite cookbooks.

Baking with Braille

Katherine Corbett describes her use of braille throughout her life as she cooks. Read on to find the sugar cookie recipe she enjoys making for holiday gift boxes!

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Strategies for Fun and Accessible Cooking: Peanut Butter Perfection

How important is it that your cakes and muffins look as if a first-class pastry chef has made them? Baking enthusiast Katherine Schneider believes many home bakers who have gone blind later in life might give up their hobby because they may not be able to produce sweet treats that are visually pleasing. In “Peanut Butter Perfection,” Katherine encourages other visually impaired bakers to keep in the kitchen and offers a simple-to-create peanut butter cookie recipe.