Category: Recipes

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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Best Fair Food of 2014

Posted: Friday, August 22, 2014 in Cake, Dessert, Recipes
Funnel Cakes

Who doesn’t love the excitement of the State Fair? For many of us, as kids we walked the midway, chewing on roasted corn dripping with butter and licking sticky cotton candy off of our fingers. Those were the simple days of fair foods. Nowadays, fair food is less of a tasty treat and more of…
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Top 3 Biscuit Mistakes

Posted: Thursday, August 7, 2014 in Biscuits, Kitchen Tips/Tricks, Recipes
Skillet Biscuits

It’s almost Sunday morning – time for biscuits! The mouth-watering smell of rising dough fills the house. Every second the aroma strengthens, enticing you to nibble on that flaky, buttery goodness. The timer goes off and you eagerly open the oven door, only to feel your mitt-clad hand lower and your mouth dry up. The…
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Celebrate Bastille Day – With Dessert!

Posted: Monday, July 14, 2014 in Baking, Breakfast, Dessert, Family-Friendly, Recipes
Crepes Chantilly

Still relishing those mid-summer Fourth of July festivities? Lucky for you, today marks another celebration of freedom – Bastille Day! Much like Independence Day to Americans, Bastille Day commemorates the start of the French Revolution, when unarmed peasants stormed the Bastille prison and armory. What better way to commemorate their victory than to pop open some…
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Get to Know the Grain: Rice 101

Posted: Friday, July 11, 2014 in Cooking, Recipes
Rice Pudding

Rice is a versatile pantry staple that is equally at home in a variety of cuisines from around the world. Years ago, American households were typically only familiar with American long-grain white rice. Who can forget those cheesy chicken and rice casseroles at the dinner table? But as ethnic foods have gained popularity, Americans have…
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Mocha Tres Leches Cake

Posted: Thursday, June 12, 2014 in Baking, Cake, Chocolate!, Dessert, Recipes
Mocha Tres Leches Cake

Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack from Muy Bueno represented Clabber Girl at Hispanicize 2014.  Her time in Miami inspired the flavors of this Tres Leches Mocha Cake.  She writes: “I developed this dessert, because it reminds me of my trip to Hispanicize— it’s sweet, spicy, and fabulous, just like Miami. This mocha tres leches cake is rich and…
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