There are so many opportunities for improving your baking skills this summer, given the need for social distancing and school closures. Use this time to learn new skills, brush up on new techniques, and expand your knowledge of home baking. Check out the July Baking Calendar here!
With this year’s challenge in what’s open and what’s closed, you can make time can fly with some creative baking skill building with dough. Any summer sandwich tastes great on a Kaiser or Rosette Roll. Use a well-kneaded and cold yeast dough. We recommend the Refrigerated Potato Dough from Dough Sculpting 101 but any well-kneaded […]
Congratulations to the 2020 Home Baking Association Educator Award Winners! First Place Selection: Marla Prusa Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Howells, Nebraska Entry: Pastry Pizazz Honorable Mention – Ingredient Inspired Elizabeth Hagan Bayard, Iowa Sugar Detectives: Uncovering and Examining the Sneaky Ways Sugar Transforms Baked Goods Honorable Mention – Community Service Inspired Marissa Johnson Savannah, GA Baking […]
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When people stocked up to shelter and bake at home, they purchased 6.5 times the normal amount of yeast at grocery stores. Replenishing the dry yeast stock has kept Red Star working round the clock. Check out the latest availability information. Help us spread the word about an option you might not think of: Fresh […]
May 2020 is the month of baking at home, with folks baking in unprecedented numbers due to social distancing. Use this handy calendar to keep up to date with all that is going on.
By Cindy Falk, Nutrition Educator at Kansas Wheat The bread machine can be one of the greatest kitchen tools for providing homemade healthy whole grain products for a home and family. Cindy Falk, Nutrition Educator at Kansas Wheat, has compiled several tips for working with a bread machine. Intended for both the experienced bread machine […]
Waffles have been a part of our collective experience for a very long time. Indeed, the sweet and hot breakfast treat has been a staple in American cuisine since before our earliest colonial days. Waffled can be enjoyed in the traditional manner, with butter and maple syrup. Or perhaps you like your waffles with whipped […]
Americans love pizza, so much so there’s an entire month dedicated to celebrating the dish. (October is National Pizza Month) American families eat so much pizza they consume the equivalent of 100 acres of pizza a day. Can you imagine? 100 acres of pizza a day! And who makes all that pizza? Well, Lots of […]