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How to Make Halloween Ghost Cupcake Cookies

Our friend and brand ambassador Bridget Edwards from Bake at 350 is back again to show us how to make these BOO-tiful Halloween Ghost Cupcake Cookies.     These ghost cupcake cookies are simple and sweet…and a sure hit at any Halloween celebration. The spider web detail on the “muffin liner” is so easy to accomplish. So … Continue reading How to Make Halloween Ghost Cupcake Cookies

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Homemade Candy – Tips for Success

What gets kids more excited about Halloween – the costumes or the candy? You can bet it’s all the unlimited sweet treats they get! The spooky, creepy holiday will be here before you know it. Make this Halloween extra special this year by making homemade candy. You know exactly what is in these terrific treats – … Continue reading Homemade Candy – Tips for Success

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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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6 Sweet and Savory Barbecue Sauce Recipes

For us Southerners, most, if not all, outdoor celebrations center around a barbecue grill. Sometimes it’s hard to tell which comes first. Are we gathering together as an excuse to barbecue, or is the barbecue itself the reason to celebrate? And truthfully, does it even really matter? While some people prefer to eat their brisket … Continue reading 6 Sweet and Savory Barbecue Sauce Recipes

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Jelly, Jam, Marmalade…What’s the difference?

Your toast is hot and ready – but what do you reach for? Jelly, jam, marmalade? We know they all contain fruit and are delicious bread toppers, but what is the real difference? Our own Chef Eddy Van Damme admits it can be a little confusing.  Here’s how he breaks jelly, jam, marmalade down: Jam – … Continue reading Jelly, Jam, Marmalade…What’s the difference?