To create stunning floral cake decorations, you will first need to make some gum paste. Gum paste is made by combining confectioners’ sugar, tragacanth gum, gelatin, water, fat, corn syrup, and egg white. This creates
LorAnn’s miracle emulsifier, soy lechithin will keep your baked goods and buttery toffees fresher longer. You’ll be able to get a head start on your holiday baking without worrying about your famous treats going stale.
The holidays are fast approaching. If you or a loved one is gluten-free, there is no need to sit on the sidelines. There are tons of great recipes out there, and with a little Xanthan Gum, you won’t be able to tell the difference!
Also known as acacia powder, gum arabic is a natural product made from the resin of acacia trees. At first glance, the tasteless, odorless, colorless ingredient, doesn’t sound as exciting as infused salt or chocolate stir sticks, but a closer look reveals an ingredient that creates pure alchemy behind the bar. How Does Gum Arabic […]
Joe Gattis’ interest in recipe development began in 1964 after returning from a family vacation to Costa Rica. He experienced a life-changing coffee syrup that was poured over ice cream and wanted to recreate it. With a little help from his mother, Joe nailed a duplicate recipe that drew repeat requests. Dazzling friends and family […]
Looking for a natural way to add flavor? Our Compounded Naturals line of flavorings is a great choice for those who prefer using natural over artificial.
Inspired by an interesting article on soap making, full-time teacher, husband, and father of two boys, Matthew Kreider decided to add another skill to his resume. With plenty of stone carving and etching experience, Matthew made a trip to his local craft store, and bought his first batch of supplies.
Susan Hood handmade glass beads for years until she lost her near vision. After taking her first bite of what looked like a glass paperweight containing a flower bloom, Susan found her new passion, gelatin art.
The summer season is full of bright, inspiring colors, like green grass, blue waves, purple pansies, and pink ice cream. Bright colors are uplifting, energizing, and fun to play with. So, break out your food color, and let’s get through this last month of summer heat with some bright color fun!