Carroll Pellegrinelli has been the About.com Desserts and Baking Guide since 1997. She has cooked both professionally and privately for most of her life.
Carroll has been creaming her butters and sugars since she was tall enough to reach the kitchen counter. As an adult, she and her husband owned and operated a successful catering and personal-chef service called What's For Dinner?, Inc. Carroll also co-chaired and edited a community cookbook. She has created hundreds of recipes, along with many step-by-step photo preparation instructions for this website.
You can also find more from Carroll Pellegrinelli on Google+
There are two mystery novels: Scones and Bones, a Tea Shop Mystery by Laura Childs and The Quick and the Thread, an Embroidery Mystery by Amanda Lee that feature a couple of Carroll's recipes.
Her cookbook reviews are featured on the backs of 101 Recipes for Gluten-Free Microwave Mug Cakes by Stacey J. Miller and Baking with Friends: Recipes, Tips and Fun Facts for Teaching Kids to Bake by Charlene Patton and Sharon Davis.
Carroll also served as a judge at The American Pie Council Crisco National Pie Championships in Celebration, Florida.
Currently, she is currently writing her family's history through recipes.
From Carroll Pellegrinelli:
"I've designed my Desserts and Baking site with you in mind. Not only will you find my absolute favorite recipes, but also there are features that will help make the art of making and baking desserts much easier. I look forward exchanging recipes and answering any baking questions you may have."