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Kneading love into Kyrgyz “butter pastry” – Xinhua

May 24th, 2017



Xinhua

Kneading love into Kyrgyz “butter pastry
Xinhua
The woman began to learn how to make the yak butter pastry at the age of 14. It is a traditional food for Kyrgyz people in her hometown of Akto County on the Pamirs, about 3,700 meters above the sea level, in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous …

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No pie plate? No problem – Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

May 24th, 2017



Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

No pie plate? No problem
Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
With Memorial Day just around the corner, the season of afternoon get-togethers, potlucks and garden parties is here and with that, summer’s bounty of fresh fruit. Meaning it’s the perfect time for pie. For pies with a high crust-to-filling ratio, such

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Yummy desserts for diabetics – MyStatesman.com

May 24th, 2017


Yummy desserts for diabetics
MyStatesman.com
But here is the beautiful part of the Double Berry Pie Squares: They are made with fresh strawberries and frozen raspberries simmered with gelatin. It’s a little sweet, a little tart and a marvelously rich shade of red. A graham-cracker crust makes the

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Rising butter price stirs up discontent in bakery and pastry sector – BakeryAndSnacks.com

May 24th, 2017


BakeryAndSnacks.comRising butter price stirs up discontent in bakery and pastry sectorBakeryAndSnacks.comThe price of butter has risen sharply in the past year raising concern in the bakery and pastry sector globally.and more »

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Rising butter price stirs up discontent in bakery and pastry sector – DairyReporter.com

May 24th, 2017


Rising butter price stirs up discontent in bakery and pastry sector
DairyReporter.com
The price of butter has risen sharply in the past year raising concern in the bakery and pastry sector globally. The cost of butter has reached record highs in the past 12 months, crossing the €400/100kg ($449.89/100kg) threshold in October, the first

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Karen’s Cake Shoppe keeps it in the family – Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

May 24th, 2017


Karen’s Cake Shoppe keeps it in the family
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
All the cakes and cupcakes and cookies in the shop are baked in two standard kitchen ovens. “Commercial ovens just don’t bake as well,” Brown said. “I get that they’re more efficient, but you just don’t get the same quality.” The countertops in the

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Cupcake Containers Market : Opportunities, Demand and Forecasts, 2017 to 2027 – LANews By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)

May 24th, 2017


Cupcake Containers Market : Opportunities, Demand and Forecasts, 2017 to 2027LANews By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)Cupcakes are a niche market in the baking & culinary business and its demand is still on the rise with changing food and…

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Summer desserts don’t need sugar to please the palate – York Dispatch

May 24th, 2017



York Dispatch

Summer desserts don’t need sugar to please the palate
York Dispatch
But here is the beautiful part of the Double Berry Pie Squares: They are made with fresh strawberries and frozen raspberries simmered with gelatin. It’s a little sweet, a little tart and a marvelously rich shade of red. A graham-cracker crust makes the

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Tart rhubarb flaunts its sweet side – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

May 24th, 2017



Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Tart rhubarb flaunts its sweet side
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The old-fashioned name for rhubarb is pie plant, probably because that’s what most of us do with it: We make a pie. It’s a vegetable, not a fruit, although generally, we treat it as a fruit — a tart one. Native to Asia, rhubarb was used for medicinal

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Strolling of the Heifers: Brattleboro parade and festival highlight local farmers and local food – Brattleboro Reformer

May 23rd, 2017



Brattleboro Reformer

Strolling of the Heifers: Brattleboro parade and festival highlight local farmers and local food
Brattleboro Reformer
The Stroll’s headquarters, the River Garden, will host the finals of its Great American Fruit Pie competition, including public tasting to determine the People’s Choice award winner, and a tasting of spirits and beer from Vermont distillers and brewers.

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