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Woking Food and Drink Festival chocolatier explains how to make chocolate at home we thought we would get some tips about how you can make something very simple but also incredibly delicious at home. We spoke to chocolatier David Frear from Farnborough about how to make the perfect chocolate in the comfort of your own kitchen. [...]
11 Vegan Overnight Oats Recipes: Make Breakfast While You Sleep For the rest of us dashing out the door with a coffee in one hand and a banana in the other, dedicating time to preparing a meal is out of the question. On most weekdays, even taking time to pour and consume It's perfectly acceptable to eat [...]
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How to make Tartine Manufactory's Rocky Road Ice Cream Pie Instead, Prueitt and Baum encourage using ready-made ice cream, caramel sauce and, for a hit of childhood nostalgia, Smucker's Magic Shell Chocolate Topping. These store-bought assists are elevated with a deeply complex home-baked chocolate-rye tea [...]
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Kids Eat Right Month: Make Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter & Oat Bites! That might mean initiating teachable moments in the grocery store, enlisting your child's help in planning meals or showing your teen how to prepare afterschool snacks,” Maples said. Teach basic skills for making positive food choices away from home. [...]
James Stefanakos and his team create Awww Nuts!, a bar filled with pecans, almonds, cashews and walnuts.Photo by Bach PhamStepping into James Stefanakos’ workshop is a sensory experience. The air is gently perfumed by the three types of chocolate churning for the shop’s dozen different chocolate bars. Three machines are constantly buzzing, keeping the chocolate at the right temperature and texture for the next bar that Stefanakos and his two employees hand-make and package each day. On one...
Image credit: PexelsWhen you’re casually shopping the chocolate aisle, it’s easy to presume that everything on the shelf in fancy packaging is high quality, but that’s not always the case. Just like wine, fancy packaging doesn’t always mean what’s inside is something you want. However, understanding the product description every bar can be complicated though if you don’t know what you’re looking for.This week Bon Appetit ran an excerpt from Megan Giller’s upcoming book “Bean to Bar...
With the arrival of January comes a fresh start, and what better way to start the new year than with winter's citrus superstar, the lemon. Not only do lemons carry a host of health benefits--they are full of Vitamin C and flavonoids that help fight against the flu--but they also are great for your liver and digestive system. Simply add the juice of a lemon to a large glass of water and sip throughout the day to enjoy healthier skin and hair. Brought to America in 1493 by Christopher Columbus,...
Read to each otherTo a lot of people, reading to your spouse might sound corny. Believe me, I get this, and even cringe a little when someone writes a post about doing this kind of thing on social media. But hear me out. It’s fantastic, and actually pretty luxurious, to have a chapter of a captivating novel read to you as you relax in your favorite chair, maybe sipping a (themed!) cocktail.Even if literature isn’t your thing, what about a journal article that interests both of you but you...