The end of summer is fast approaching, but the u-pick adventures aren’t over yet. Apple orchards will begin harvesting their crops, and people will flock for a chance to play farmer for an afternoon. What to do with all those baskets full of apples?
This month we shine a spotlight on the Stefanelli family of Romolo Chocolates in Erie, Pennsylvania . The Stefanellis are born confectioners. The family tradition began over 100 years ago with Romolo, who passed his knowledge to his sons, and eventually his grandson, Tony.
The level of artistry and creativity in today’s world of cake decorating is utterly amazing. It’s an exciting time for the sugar arts! Here are some of the most outstanding designs trending now.
Meet Stephanie Thomacos – mother, painter, baker, and owner of Mama’s Macs & More, Enfield, Connecticut.
Warm weather and school dismissals can only mean one thing – it’s summer! With the kids home for summer break, it can often be a challenge to keep them busy and engaged in a way that doesn’t involve sitting in front of a screen.
Meet Angelo and Vicky Di Zio, the creative husband and wife team behind Cakes by Zio Diz in Sydney, Australia.
Meet LorAnn’s Baker of the Month: Juliana, owner of Juliana Matheus Cakes in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Both Bakery Emulsions and Extracts can be used for flavoring. Discover how emulsions are different from extracts and why they’re preferred for baking.
According to the calendar spring arrived over a month ago, but it doesn’t quite feel that way until the magnolia trees are in bloom, the cherry blossoms start to pop and the tulips begin to peek up from the ground. It’s like nature is doing a refresh. Speaking of a refresh, remember those resolutions you […]
For those who like their candy intensely tart, take your homemade candy from boring to biting with acids! No, we’re not talking the psychedelic-type, but even these natural food acids work with your brain chemistry. Intrigued? Join us on our (fruit) acid trip to discover the secrets to adding sour power to sweets.