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By Jaynie Maxfield

Satisfaction friends and family with exquisitely adorned truffles for birthdays, dinner events, or simply as a unique deal with. via an easy question-and-answer layout, with each method proven in colour pictures, newbies will the right way to beautify with out icing (just use a powdered sugar design); the way to make chocolate curls and gumpaste vegetation; tips to arrange the drizzled chocolate icing often called ganache; and the way to brighten tiered, bundt, and raspberry-filled muffins. See how one can whip up fondant, ice petits fours, and use a pastry bag to put in writing greetings and create adornments. The all-important marriage ceremony cake is the following, too. And whereas the point of interest is on ornament, there also are uncomplicated cake and icing recipes, too.

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MOCK HOLLANDAISE SAUCE II 1 cup sour cream Juice of 1 lemon 2 egg yolks (Don’t throw away the whites! Save them for a breakfast omelet or for soup. ) 1 ⁄2 teaspoon salt 1 ⁄2 teaspoon paprika Stir all the ingredients at very low heat until thick. Both sauces are best made in a double boiler (with boiling water in the bottom half ). However, if you don’t have a double boiler, simply use a stainless-steel skillet, cook at a very low heat, and stir continuously. SERVES FOUR. ) Cattails are members of the Cattail family (Typhaceae), which contain 2 genera and about 32 species worldwide.

The pollen is then sifted and used with other flours for cooking pastry products. Before the cattail plant has flowered, the inside of the shoot is tender and edible. The shoot should first be squeezed toward the bottom of the shoot to make certain it is not too fibrous to eat. If it’s still tender, briskly pull up the shoot. Peel back the fibrous, green outer leaves. The lower section of the shoot— about 12 inches—is usually the most tender. It can be eaten raw in salads or cooked by steaming or adding to soups.

Stir until all the greens are wilted. SERVES TWO. ) Amaranth is a member of the Amaranth family (Amaranthaceae), which has about 75 genera and 900 species worldwide. There are about 70 species of amaranth worldwide. Pigweed or redroot (Amaranthus retroflexus) is perhaps the most commonly used species here in the United States. Young amaranth (A. retroflexus) PHOTO BY RICK ADAMS Identifying Amaranth Amaranth plants can be erect or prostrate and the leaves are alternately arranged on the stems. The lower root or the underside of the lower leaves is often tinted red.

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