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How to Make and Decorate with Whipped Cream

Whipped cream is a fresh alternative to heavier icings, especially when it’s warm outside. Its lightness lends a refreshing uplift to cakes and desserts. There is just one challenge: heat is not a friend of airy, light toppings. Whipped cream is used for more than topping slices of pie and ice cream sundaes. Often, layer cakes, … Continue reading How to Make and Decorate with Whipped Cream

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75 Rich, Red Raspberry Recipes

Sweet, bite-sized, bumpy – and they fit on the tip of our fingers – what’s not to love about raspberries? These little red super fruits pack a powerful punch of dietary fiber and antioxidants including Vitamin A, E and C. Low in calories and fats, fresh, red raspberries can be found year-round in most markets. … Continue reading 75 Rich, Red Raspberry Recipes

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Marvelous Mother’s Day Recipes

All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel Mother. Abraham Lincoln Moms. There just aren’t enough words to say how much they do—every day, all day. They deserve to be pampered throughout the year – but especially on Mother’s Day. While there’s no way to thank moms for everything … Continue reading Marvelous Mother’s Day Recipes

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5 Much Loved Southern Pecan Recipes

In honor of National Pecan Day on April 14, we want to share some of our favorite pecan recipes with you – sure to make you swoon. Southerners have been known to have a love affair with the pecan – and try to work them into as many dishes as possible. So whether the pecans … Continue reading 5 Much Loved Southern Pecan Recipes

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The Difference Between Light Brown Sugar and Dark Brown Sugar

Baking minds want to know: What is the difference between light brown sugar and dark brown sugar? It’s easy – the short answer is molasses. Both light and dark brown sugar contain molasses, but dark brown sugar contains more. Along with the increased amount of molasses comes a deeper, darker color, slightly more moisture and … Continue reading The Difference Between Light Brown Sugar and Dark Brown Sugar