Results tagged tips from David Lebovitz

Baking powder does not last forever. Because it’s sensitive to moisture and humidity, it generally has a shelf life of between six months to one year. Baking powder should be kept in a cool, dry place, such as inside a cabinet, and should be discarded when it is no longer active. (Its cousin, baking soda*, has an indefinite shelf life, although some manufacturers recommend changing…

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When I fell into blogging a while back, there were about ten people blogging about food. We were a fairly chummy bunch and met up for meals, swapped links, ideas, and technical tips as the medium continued to grow. It was all pretty small-scale until the whole thing blossomed into something that few likely would have predicted. For years I’ve generally shied away from giving…

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With summer in full swing, I’ve noticed some interesting ice cream and sorbet recipes popping up around the web. Here’s a few scoops that are keeping people cool this summer… Plum Sorbet (Simply Recipes) Homemade Ice Cream Drumsticks (Baking Bites) Vegan ice cream (Vegan Ice Cream) Pineapple Ginger Sorbet (Mark Bittman) Spaghetti Ice Cream Granny Smith Lemon Grass Sorbet (delicious:days) Semolina Halva with Turkish Ice…

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