Baker's Blog

Biscuit Techniques

Posted: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 in Back of Can Recipe, Biscuits

  Light, tender and flaky biscuits are the result of a few simple techniques. For some experienced bakers a great biscuit is easy to achieve but for novice bakers it could become a challenge. It really doesn’t have to be difficult and as a matter of fact, when making homemade biscuits (a quick bread), one…
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Let’s Get Started Baking!

Posted: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 in Family-Friendly

Getting started in the kitchen this season will be more fun once we get the family involved. Family baking can teach youngsters math, hygiene and allow for some “creative thinking”. We have a Family Baking Plan that includes information on the functions of ingredients in a recipe; what is the function of flour, eggs, sugar…
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Baking Season FAQ’s

Posted: Thursday, September 3, 2009 in Family-Friendly, Harvest Baking
Clabber Girl Baking Powder

As you begin to think about the baking season this year (yes, it is almost here!), you may want to start taking inventory of the ingredients you have in your cupboard. Many of these items could have gone past their useful use-by date, and in order to ensure your recipes turn out the way you…
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Quick Breads

Posted: Wednesday, February 18, 2009 in Baking with Fruit
Banana Nut Bread

  Moist Banana Bread This bread was so easy to make, and very moist. It uses 1 cup mashed bananas, and I used butter rather than shortening because I like the flavor butter gives to my baked goods. Also, the nuts I used were chopped pecans – I toasted them in the oven for a…
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February’s Favorite Recipe

Posted: Wednesday, February 18, 2009 in Biscuits

  Buttermilk Biscuits The number one recipe chosen this month is for Buttermilk Biscuits! The recipe was submtted by Nancy Baggett ¬†Old-Fashioned Buttermilk Biscuits