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Dough Making with Chef Kathryn Gordon

1. What’s your personal favorite dough to make? I probably like something like a flaky, buttery biscuit the best.  For that kind of dough, the type of flour will be either all purpose, possibly with

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Shopping for Chocolate Molds

Chocolate molds vary not only by design, size, and cost, but also by the material from which they are fabricated.  Molds may be made of metal or different types of plastics.  Each type will better

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Strawberry Shortcake Shooters

Remember a few weeks ago when we posted an article about how desserts are on the rise? More and more restaurant-goers are opting to purchase a dessert while dining than ever before. Still, some people

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5 Unique Kitchen Gifts for Yourself

Many bakers and cooks purchase tools that are a necessity for the kitchen. One must have a rolling pin, spatula and frying pan in order to make an array of breads, sweets, and entrees. But

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5 Ways to Cook Like a Chef

Over the past decade television shows that are centered around food have increased immensely in viewership. There are your classic cooking shows where a chef will walk you through a meal, talk shows based around

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Used Vs. New Equipment Pros and Cons List

Many restaurant and bakery owners grapple with the idea of saving money by purchasing used equipment instead of paying full price for brand new equipment. Is it essentially better to buy new ovens, mixers, and

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Extend Your Holiday Party Meal

Leftover Christmas Recipes No matter how many people you invite to Christmas dinner, there will always be leftovers. Instead of eating the same thing over again, try these fun recipes to give your leftovers new

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