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15 Cool Strawberry Desserts You Have to Have This Summer! – One Green Planet

August 29th, 2015



One Green Planet
15 Cool Strawberry Desserts You Have to Have This Summer!
One Green Planet
Strawberries are the most popular of all berries – although they really aren’t berries. Technically, a berry has its seeds on the inside and strawberries are the only fruit that has its seeds, about 200 per berry, on the outside. Strawberries, which

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29 things to do in the Wausau area this fall – Wausau Daily Herald

August 29th, 2015


29 things to do in the Wausau area this fall
Wausau Daily Herald
Ongoing. It’s a sure sign of fall when apples are ripe for picking — and there are several spots available in the area to scour for fruit. Rock Ridge Orchard in Edgar offers roughly 25 different type of apples for picking, according to its website

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We Made Glitter Bomb Rainbow Cupcakes For the VMAs, Because We’re Just Being Miley – Bustle

August 29th, 2015



Bustle
We Made Glitter Bomb Rainbow Cupcakes For the VMAs, Because We’re Just Being Miley
Bustle
No matter how much reality television MTV produces, the crazy live antics that go down at the VMAs every year usually top it all. The VMAs bring out all of our favorite chart-toppers, some old favorites (will Justin Timberlake show up? *pray emoji

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Matt Moran: Pastry-making and the perfect croissant – The Daily Telegraph

August 29th, 2015



The Daily Telegraph
Matt Moran: Pastry-making and the perfect croissant
The Daily Telegraph
Cooler temperatures make working with butter much more achievable, especially when making laminated pastries, where you’re incorporating butter layer by layer into a base dough. With warmer days heading our way, seize the last of the cooler ones to …

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Ruby Tandoh’s school of rock cakes – The Guardian

August 29th, 2015



The Guardian
Ruby Tandoh’s school of rock cakes
The Guardian
5 Spoon the batter into 8 portions spread well apart across the baking trays. Sprinkle the demerara sugar over their tops, to give a welcome crunch against the buttery softness of the cake. Bake for 20-25 minutes in the preheated oven, until well-risen

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Health Department Urges Food Vendors to Educate Selves About Permits – KIII TV3

August 28th, 2015


Health Department Urges Food Vendors to Educate Selves About PermitsKIII TV3Produces a baked good, candy, coated and uncoated nuts, unroasted nut butters, fruit butters, a canned jam or jelly, a fruit pie, dehydrated fruit or vegetables, including drie…

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SATURDAY: 21st Amendment’s “Toaster Pastry” Launch Party – SF Weekly

August 28th, 2015



SF Weekly
SATURDAY: 21st Amendment’s “Toaster Pastry” Launch Party
SF Weekly
Not long after openings its 95,000-square-foot brewery in San Leandro, 21st Amendment is set to release the facility’s inaugural beer. Toaster Pastry sounds like a Pop Tart but it’s an India-Style Red Ale that comes in a tall boy. (The name alludes to

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The Hairy Bikers’ meat feast: Gala picnic pie – Daily Mail

August 28th, 2015



Daily Mail
The Hairy Bikers’ meat feast: Gala picnic pie
Daily Mail
Crimp the top edge into a wiggly line on top of the pie. Brush the pie with beaten egg and bake for 15 minutes, then remove it from the oven and brush with egg again. Put the pie back in the oven for another 15 minutes or until it’s golden-brown and

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Friday Food Post: In Search of the Perfect Pie – Bloomberg View

August 28th, 2015



Bloomberg View
Friday Food Post: In Search of the Perfect Pie
Bloomberg View
That’s because pie is one of the trickiest foodstuffs in the American culinary canon. Good pie is sublime. But good pie basically cannot be had from a commercial establishment. Making it well is too labor-intensive to be profitable, and its ephemeral

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Annual pie contest announced – Bureau County Republican

August 28th, 2015


Annual pie contest announced
Bureau County Republican
Pies must be two-crust fruit pies. Each pie should be in a disposable pan. Recipes for both the crust and the filling must be submitted with the pie. For judging purposes, entrant’s names cannot be included with the recipe. All pies should be at the

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