Results tagged baking chocolate from David Lebovitz

People are often fascinated by what, and how, I eat. They think that if you’re a baker, you spend all your time eating pastries. Which is like thinking that bartenders spend all their time drinking. My not-so-secret strategy is that whenever I eat something, I want it to be the best of its genre. I don’t want or need a ton of cream or whatever;…

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One baking question that I’m frequently asked—“Is sifting really necessary?” I hope that answers the question… Related Posts and Links Tips to Keep Cookies from Spreading When to Use (and not Use) Corn Syrup How to Make the Perfect Caramel Why You Should Use Aluminum-Free Baking Powder American Baking Ingredients in Paris

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