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Homemade Sugar Scrubs…The Perfect Teacher Gift

With the fall and winter holidays around the corner, you’ll soon be looking for a way to say thanks to those who care for your kids in the classroom. Luckily, showing your appreciation to your child’s teacher doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, many teachers agree that the most cherished gifts are homemade. Sure, … Continue reading Homemade Sugar Scrubs…The Perfect Teacher Gift

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Delicious Make-Ahead Desserts

Why should dinners have all the plan-ahead fun? Make-ahead desserts are like money in the bank: it’s great to know you’ve got something extra waiting for you at the end of the day (or any time of day). Desserts are often prepared as a special occasion treat – sometimes when you expect guests to come … Continue reading Delicious Make-Ahead Desserts

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Baking with Buttermilk, Milk and Sour Cream

Baking with buttermilk. milk and sour cream. Which one is best? The short answer…they all have their place in the kitchen. But one of them seems to shine above the rest. We asked Chef Eddy Van Damme, Imperial’s world-renowned chef affectionately known as the “Prince of Pastry,” to weigh in on each ingredient. “A lot … Continue reading Baking with Buttermilk, Milk and Sour Cream

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Baking with Apples – Easy as Pie

Whenever the first fall chill hits the air, we start hankering for sweet treats made with apples.  There’s just something about baking with apples; an apple pie, crumble or cobbler baking in the oven—with the sweet smells of cinnamon and brown sugar permeating your home—that makes you feel warm and cozy. But before you start … Continue reading Baking with Apples – Easy as Pie