From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Burnt dishes used to be the mark of a distracted cook or an unfortunate mistake. Nowadays, though, the blackened and blistered, smoky and singed are on trend.
We asked bakers across the U.S. to decorate a cookie inspired by their home state. The entries were too good to eat.
A recent episode of 60 Minutes titled “Is Sugar Toxic” had folks buzzing over Twitter and whispering at the water cooler. But is sugar really the enemy ?
Looking for a creative replacement for processed table sugar? These four natural sweeteners can bring new flavors and different levels of sweetness to your favorite recipes.
Learn how to become a better eater with help from Ellie Krieger.
Find various ways to use sugar alternatives when you're making your tasty baked goods this holiday season. Find more recipe tips and ideas like these on Food Network.
Sugar helps make baked goodies puffy, golden brown and moist, but plain granulated sugar isn’t your only option. Whether you’re looking to cut calories, use less processed ingredients or simply change up the flavor, here are some options.
Learn when and how to use the different types of flour and sugar.
Alternative sweeteners lend a different flavor to foods and can have a few health benefits, too.