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Educator Award Deadline is Near!

Educator Award Deadline is Near!

The extended deadline for the Educator Award contest is April 30th, 2020. Have you modified your baking lesson programs to accommodate distance learning? We’re particularly interested in what you have to say. But please be sure to look at the guidelines for submission, the subject matter and intended audience and even method of delivery are […]

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New Sourdough Baking Resources!

New Sourdough Baking Resources!

Sourdough bread has a thick, chewy crust and soft, airy interior. It is comforting, savory and oh, so easy to make using only flour, salt, and water. Use this excellent resource to learn how to make your own starter, maintain it, and turn it into a loaf. Let’s Get You Started! Are you looking to bake at […]

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Homemade Pet Treats!

Homemade Pet Treats!

Homemade pet treats are an excellent way to reward your dog, and to engage your children in the kitchen. During this time of social distancing, we are acutely aware of managing our time and money efficiently… and maintaining the health of our family and pets. Here are some of the benefits of making pet treats […]

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April Baking Calendar

April Baking Calendar

There is so much happening in April 2020 in the world of baking! Use this handy calendar to keep up to date with all that is going on. National Soft Pretzel Month, celebrated in April, gives soft pretzels the celebration they deserve. For convenience stores, April is the perfect time to explore the endless options and versatility […]

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Introducing The Butter Book!

Introducing The Butter Book!

The Butter Book brings food enthusiasts of all levels together to learn and master pastry, baking and cake decorating. The Butter Book is the most comprehensive online pastry, baking and cake decorating educational experience. The Butter Book is a new creation from world-renowned Pastry Chefs Sébastien Canonne, M.O.F., and Jacquy Pfeiffer who are also the founders of The […]

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How to Bake A Loaf of Bread

How to Bake A Loaf of Bread

Bread has been a staple food in our Western diets for many thousands of years. The baked dish is formed by combining water, flour, yeast, and salt… it sounds simple for sure, but you’d be surprised how few adults can claim to have baked bread themselves. That is until now. Google trends during the 2020 […]

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Measurement Guide

Measurement Guide

Purchase a pack of these Measurement Guide cards to share with your classroom! Measurement Guide The measurement guide includes 25 standardized references for measuring. $8.00 (Pack of 25)

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You've Got Flour!

You’ve Got Flour!

Contact: Sharon Davis, Family & Consumer Sciences EducationHomeBaking.org, hbadavis@gmail.comDownload PDF of this release You’re home. You’ve got a kitchen. You’ve got flour! Homebound might not be all bad.  There are dozens of essentials you can bake. The Home Baking Association can help get that flour from the  bowl to the oven and on your table. […]

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Whole Grain Sampling Day

Whole Grain Sampling Day

The Home Baking Association loves to award bakers who share what they know with someone else!  Why not make make Whole Grain Sampling Day a part of your creative plans to teach OR share with a group of your favorite baked whole grain product and how you prepared it.  Whole grain (WG) flours or meal […]

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Living Well

Living Well

Our heads are spinning with virus news and cancellations.  No matter what, no one can afford to be sick.  There are some great resources to be accessed for Living Well Month with the national Family & Consumer Sciences professionals at www.NEAFCS.org Your  #1 Tip: Wash your hands.  1. Wash after you’re out and about.  2. Wash counters, […]

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