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Have you ever tried to add fresh ginger to a recipe, only to be frustrated by how fibrous the little root can be? Grate it with a rasp or cheese grater, and it seems half the root is nothing more than annoying hairs. How are you supposed to add those to a...
Contributing ColumnistThe indoor Boyle County Farmers Market will continue to operate until the outdoor market opens in the spring. We are located in the Professional Building on Main Street, Danville (next to Hilliard and Lyons). Hours are: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday and Friday,...
Tags: Bananas, Vanilla, Baking Soda, Butter, Vanilla Extract
email@example.comThere's nothing like warm fresh baked cookies on a bad winter day. 1/2 cup of softened butter 1 cup of granulated sugar 1 cup of packed brown sugar 1 teaspoon of baking powder 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda 1/2 teaspoon of salt 2 eggs 2 teaspoons of vanilla...
Tags: Baking Soda, Butter, Salt
This week's Culinary SOS request comes from Linda Kirk in Playa del Rey: "We recently had a fabulous dinner at Vitaly Paley's new restaurant, Imperial, in Portland, Ore. Everything was truly amazing. The crowning touch was a gingerbread sticky pudding...
Tags: Restaurants, Whipping Cream, Ginger, Honey, Butter
Ever have a craving for biscuits? Not the hockey pucks, but those tender, lighter-than-air biscuits. The ones so delicate they have to be homemade and eaten fresh, while they're still warm. Maybe with a little tang from buttermilk, maybe a little zing...
Have you ever considered milling your own flour? Whether you go for an inexpensive hand-cranked mill or a larger electric grinder, you'll find that you can vary the flavor and texture of breads, cakes and more when you grind your own grains. There are a...
Flowers may not be the first ingredient you think of when garnishing a dish, but they're perfect for adding bright color -- not to mention flavor -- to a host of sweet and savory recipes. Sprinkle tender buds in salad, laminate pastry sheets with colorful...
Tags: Noelle Carter, Egg Whites, Baking Soda, Butter, Google+
Being vegan doesn't mean you have to give up indulgences. Vegan baking does mean substituting for eggs and dairy ingredients, but it's easier than you may think. In this cookie, I recommend trans-fat-free coconut oil. It's solid at room temperature, so...
We were stomping down the steps of New York's Metropolitan Museum, full of art and fashion, when we smacked into a guy wearing a sandwich board. Never a good look. It read: "Going out of business," which didn't surprise me. It read: "Betsey Johnson,"...
Tags: Lemons, Betsey Johnson
Baking soda and baking powder are only as good as their freshness when it comes to baking in the kitchen. Used to leaven everything from cakes and biscuits to doughnuts and waffles (like Jackie Kennedy's waffle recipe, which can be found below), they're...
Tags: Baking Soda, Media Industry, Google+, Salt
Done right, fried food is an art. Beyond creating a great crust, a dip in hot oil is perfect for keeping moisture in the food as it cooks, whether you're frying up a succulent batch of chicken, battered oysters or a sweet dessert. Properly fried foods...
Contributing WriterThe indoor Boyle County Farmers Market will continue to operate until the outdoor market opens in the Spring. We are located in the Professional Building on Main Street in Danville (next to Hilliard and Lyons). Hours are: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday and...
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