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Chef K did a version of alginate caviar as a component to a foie gras pate for the Chaine dinner and again for Valentine's Day. It was used as an hors d'ouevre. The ratios for the alginate mix is:
I always hear people say “I’m not a frosting person”.
Okay, so for those of who were scandalized by my use of artificial vanilla flavoring in the Snickerdoodle Ice Cream recipe are about to REALLY keel over when you see what I’m about to post. But before I show you what I’ve done, can’t we all just agree that sometimes all you need is some chocolate chip cookie dough? And sometimes you need it FAST?
This is my most favorite drink. Ever.
You won't believe how delicious these cupcakes are...You'll just have to make them yourselves to find out...but I assure you, you won't be disappointed.
This cupcake definitely caught my eye when I found it on the Food Network web site ...I just had to try this. And, it was no small effort! First, you need to make extra-large cupcakes to get that strawberry in there.
Layla is watching this cupcake very closely! The recipe for this cupcake is from Crazy About Cupcakes by Krystina Castella.
For some time I've wanted to try these Coca-Cola cupcakes and I found the perfect recipe on the Coca-Cola website! Did you know that "Things go better with Coke!"
Billboard painting takes place wherever there is something to advertise...and these guys are sharing their work on these red velvet cupcakes! A red velvet cake was a signature dessert at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City during the 1920s. According to a common urban legend a woman once asked for the recipe for the cake, and was billed a large amount.
You don't need to have a green thumb -- or be a florist -- to share these beautiful blooms. They're made from spirals of Fruit by the Foot fruit leather centered on mini cupcakes. Here's how to arrange your own bouquet.
Most of my cookie loves are almost predictable: browned butter , twice-baked shortbread , ground nuts , sables , dense chocolates and an occasional stacked or filled something or other–always compact and tiny. And they’re all simple. I mean, it takes less than 10 seconds to eat one, so you might as well zoom in on flavor, not exacting processes.
Step 1 Preheat oven to 180°C.