Grandma’s famous sweet potato casserole, Aunt Mable’s sweet potato pie…how can you recreate these amazing sweet potato recipes for the holiday season? To do this, you need to know a little bit about how to pick and bake a sweet potato. This starchy, sweet-tasting root vegetable has become a fall favorite as a side dish and … Continue reading 5 Sweet Potato Recipes – How to Bake and Puree Sweet Potatoes
Do you like the taste of light, refreshing green tea? Do you want to incorporate the health benefits of green tea into sweet summer treats for your family? Do you love delicious desserts and drinks? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, read ahead to learn how you can make green tea … Continue reading How To Make Green Tea Desserts and Drinks
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
Looking through the glass cases of a gourmet candy shop, it’s hard not to be impressed with the beauty as well as the taste of the high-end chocolate candies. Shiny, crisp chocolate encasing any number of surprises inside just beg you to take a bite. You don’t have to head to the gourmet chocolate candy store … Continue reading Melting and Tempering Chocolate – What’s the Difference?
Think today’s portion sizes are too big? Consider the original pound cake recipe. It called for one pound of flour, one pound of butter, one pound of eggs and one pound of sugar. You read that right, that’s a whopping 4-lb cake when you are done! The thought was that in the days when not … Continue reading 10 Tips for Making the Perfect Pound Cake