Results tagged recipes from David Lebovitz

For your convenience, here’s links to the four posts for Sugar High Friday #27: Chocolate By Brand: Sugar High Friday #27: Chocolate By Brand Part 1 Sugar High Friday #27: Chocolate By Brand Part 2 Sugar High Friday #27: Chocolate By Brand Part 3 Sugar High Friday #27: Chocolate By Brand Part 4 And my entry, Chocolate Idiot Cake

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The Round-Up Continues… Ashley made Chocolate Truffles with Edible Gold with a basic ganache using Valrhona 70% Guanaja chocolate. At Gastronomicon, she dipped her way to passionate delight with Passionfruit Truffles surrounded by El Rey chocolate, used for its robust flavor. Baked Chocolate Fudge was a New Zealand treat from Arfi, who used Whittaker’s 72% dark to scratch that chocolate itch. Over at Café Lynnylu,…

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The avalanche of entries for Sugar High Friday #27: Chocolate By Brand continues. Thanks again to all participants, and be sure to visit their sites and click on the chocolate links to learn more about the different kinds of chocolate used from around the globe. This entry takes us all over the world, from Paris, to America, through South and Central America, as well as…

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Several of you had asked about how to avoid cookies from spreading out during baking, which can be rather vexing…especially when you’ve gone through all that trouble of getting the counter all covered with flour, then rolling ’em out, and cutting them into all those nifty shapes. So here are some tips…

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Here are some helpful tips to prevent cookies from spreading: Don’t Overbeat the Batter Far too many recipes advise bakers to simply “Cream butter and sugar until smooth”. So many people just turn on the mixer and go check their e-mail. When you beat butter and sugar, those little crystals of sugar create air pockets between the butterfat. The more you beat, the more air…

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Welcome To Prune Blogging Thursday! I was, frankly, a bit surprised that anyone but me participated…but most of the prune-skeptics out there seem to have been won over. Participants were from all over the world: Italy, Estonia, France, Scotland, Spain, Germany, Canada, and the United States. Thanks to everyone for sending me your entries and I encourage readers out there to visit their web sites…

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