Archive for: September 2014

Host a Profitable Pancake Fundraiser

Posted: Friday, September 26, 2014 in Baking, Breakfast, Recipes

What’s not to love about a pancake fundraiser? It’s filled with warm flapjacks drenched in maple syrup, chilled glasses of sweet orange juice and people gathered to support a worthy cause. From small nonprofits to large community organizations, pancake breakfast fundraisers raise both money and awareness. They bring together individuals and the community, shine a…
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Cooking with Coffee

Posted: Monday, September 22, 2014 in Baking, Dessert, Recipes
Coffee Drop Cookies with Rex Coffee

Think coffee only belongs in a cup? Think again! The bold, robust flavor of coffee adds another dimension to a variety of dishes, all the way from dinner to dessert. The bitterness of a dark roast is just as perfect in tiramisu as it is on an Angus steak. In fact, the earthy flavor of coffee…
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How to Infuse Maple Syrup

Posted: Friday, September 12, 2014 in Baking, Cooking, Kitchen Tips/Tricks, Recipes, Seasonal Baking

Few things are as satisfying as made-from-scratch breakfasts on weekend mornings. A sizzling griddle, the smell of coffee enveloping the kitchen, shamelessly wearing pajamas until noon – what’s not to love? Whether your go-to breakfast is pancakes, waffles, or some sweet, magical hybrid (Handle the Heat combines waffles and doughnuts!), the common ground is passing…
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Fried Chicken Conquers Menus Worldwide

Posted: Tuesday, September 9, 2014 in Baking, Cooking, Recipes

Who knew that the “it” dish of the past few years would be served in the form of good, old-fashioned fried chicken? From major cities to small towns, from trendy gastropubs to mom-and-pop diners, menus worldwide are featuring some seriously creative combinations of this traditional southern fare. Fried chicken has a unique history in the…
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