Cake Curdles? We don't want that.
Problem: My cake mixture doesn't get smooth! I cream together the butters and sugars and they look combined, but when I add the liquids the whole thing turns into a sloppy mess. What’s happening?
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Does fondant have a shelf life?
Yes, it does!
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Baking is Science: Crème Fraîche
Crème Fraîche is not heavy cream. Sometimes recipes will have you substitute one in for the other if you only have one available, but they’re actually different in a few, key ways that it’s important to know as a baker.
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How to tell If Baking Powder Expired
Generally speaking, if your canister of baking powder still has its seal it can last for years on the shelf. Once that seal has been broken, however, you’re exposing the acids to moisture which can cause them to react and clump and make them useless.
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Get Flawless Cake Slices~3 ways
There are three ways to get flawless cake slices. See which one will work best for you.
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Seriously Cool Tool
I had no idea the tool was that cool! I actually squealed out loud! I couldn't believe how easy it was. At that moment, my boss turned to me shaking his head and said, "You had no idea, did you?!" Boy was I red!
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Tags: pie, lattice
Which Pan Should I Use?
What's the difference between a springform pan and one with a removable bottom? That's a question we get asked a lot. Which one is right for you?
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Is it really 350° F in my oven?
Successful baking depends on so many variables. Temperature plays a major role. Just because you set the dial to 350° F doesn't mean that is your oven temperature.
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Not Your Grandma's Upside Down Cake
Make a classic cake that looks fabulous every time. Anodizing makes it easy as pie...except it's cake.
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Brown Butter In 4 Quick Steps
Brown butter (also called beurre noisette) has a rich, nutty flavor that can transform a basic chocolate chip cookie recipe to something heavenly. Also works well with vegetables or chicken.
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