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Wilton Waffle Dipper Pan

Wilton Waffle Dipper Pan

A freshly cooked waffle that is crisp on the outside and both moist and tender inside is one of the best breakfast foods that you can eat, especially if you happen to have a bottle of maple syrup ready to serve with it. The downside to making waffles at home is not that the processes is time consuming to make one waffle, it is that ... Read More »

KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment

KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment

The basic attachments for a KitchenAid mixer are a whisk, a paddle and a dough hook, all of which get regular use from home bakers baking anything from cupcakes to baguettes. KitchenAid actually makes a wide variety of different attachments for their stand mixers, and not all of them are just for baking. The KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment is one that turns your KitchenAid ... Read More »

RSVP Shuck Deluxe Corn Stripper

RSVP Shuck Deluxe Corn Stripper

There is nothing like fresh, sweet corn on the cob during the summer when it is at its peak. The corn is delicious as-is, with the cobs steamed or grilled and served piping hot. I also frequently take the corn off the cobs, adding it to salads and salsas, or to cornbreads and creamed corn. I usually cut corn off the cob with my chefs ... Read More »

Do I need an ice cream maker to make homemade ice cream?

Homemade Samoas Ice Cream

Homemade ice cream is truly a special dessert. They’re rich, creamy and can be customized with any flavor or mix-in that you can think of. And since ice cream is usually store-bought by most of us, it is very impressive to friends and family when you make your own. There are all kinds of ice cream makers on the market, from models that cost less ... Read More »

Topsy Turvy Mad Dadder Cake Pans

Mad Dadder Pans

Topsy turvy cakes are a very popular design theme, whether you’re designing a Mad Hatter-inspired birthday cake or want a wedding cake that stands out. These cakes are typically made by baking round cakes, then trimming and shaping them to get them to sit at the correct angles for the topsy turvy look. It’s a process that is best learned through trial and error – ... Read More »

Wilton Ice Cream Sandwich Pan

Wilton Ice Cream Sandwich Pan

You can make ice cream sandwiches at home with any two cookies and any kind of ice cream. These homemade ice cream sandwiches are always tasty, but they don’t have the same kind of appeal as those rectangular ice cream sandwiches that come in paper wrappers that you can find at ice cream trucks (and that so many of us ate as kids). Those rectangular ... Read More »

Norpro Batter Dispenser

Norpro Batter Dispenser

The messiest part of baking is not always the mixing process, but the process of getting your batter into the pan that you are going to bake in. It is difficult to transfer muffin batters and cupcake batters into small muffin cups without getting drips all over the place, especially when you are working with runny batters. Many people will use measuring cups or ice ... Read More »

Pyramid Scheme Measuring Cups

Pyramid Scheme Measuring Cups

A pyramid scheme is not usually something that you want to get involved with, but one exception to that rule would be if you had a set of these very nifty Pyramid Scheme Measuring Cups to use in your kitchen. The set includes six measuring cups in a rainbow of colors that stack up into a near pyramid – hence the name. One thing that ... Read More »

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