Category: Kitchen Tips/Tricks

An American Tradition: Boston Brown Bread

Posted: Friday, March 18, 2016 in Baking, Kitchen Tips/Tricks, Recipes, Top Faves
Boston Brown Bread Final

Though not as well known today, Boston Brown Bread has a pretty interesting history story. Better known in the New England areas, brown bread started making in appearance in the early 1800s. Early settlers where trying to grow wheat, which was their preferred grain for baking. They soon realized that wheat did not grow well…
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Decorating Cake Pops for Adults: Strawberry Champagne for Valentine’s Day

Strawberry Champagne Cake Pops

Decorating a cake can be difficult. It takes time and patience to go through all the necessary steps needed to make your cake beautiful. It’s also a lot of small detail work, which I personally love. So, when Chef Mandy was in the kitchen trying to decorate her tasty little cake pops, it was difficult…
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Thickener Infographic

Posted: Monday, November 23, 2015 in Kitchen Tips/Tricks

Know your thickeners! There are many ways to thicken sauces, soups, and more, and each has its own strengths and weaknesses. Save this now, save your gravy for Thanksgiving!  Print it out, or pin it for later!  

Thanksgiving with Clabber Girl

Posted: Sunday, November 8, 2015 in Holidays to Remember, Kitchen Tips/Tricks

Baking Powder and Cornstarch… your holiday helpers As you make your Thanksgiving grocery list this year, make sure you have two very important ingredients at the top: baking powder and cornstarch. These ingredients have their obvious uses in side dishes such as cornbread and biscuits. But there are also other, nontraditional uses for baking powder…
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