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Desserts

Cutting Ice Cream Cake

To cut frozen Mint Ice Cream Torte, use a long straight-edged knife. Dip it often into hot water for easier slicing.

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Edible Clay Chocolate Garnish

Melt 10 oz. chocolate or white candy coating. Stir in 1/3 cup light corn syrup. If using white candy coating, you can divide between different bowls and tint with various shades of liquid or paste…

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Facts about Fruit Desserts

Apple, pears, peaches and berries lend themselves to so many delicious desserts. Here is a description of the old-fashioned desserts.

Betty is made with alternate layers of sweetened fruit…

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Finding Almond Filling

Almond filling is typically used in pastries and specialty breads. Look for it near the canned pie fillings in most grocery stores.

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Ganache

A French term referring to a smooth mixture of chocolate and cream used as cake fillings, glazes and in candy-making. Traditionally, ganache is made by pouring hot cream over chopped chocolate and…

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Keys to Perfect Baked Custard

The two keys to perfect custard are timing and proper oven temperature. Underbaking results in a runny custard that won’t set, while overbaking can cause a weeping or watery custard. To check for…

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Make a Mini Gingerbread House

On sturdy paper, cut out patterns for your gingerbread house. Roll out one portion of dough; position on pattern on top and cut out. Repeat with remaining dough and patterns. Continue with the…

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Making Cheesecake in Advance

Cool and creamy cheesecakes are a rich, filling dessert that feed a crowd. So, usually no other dessert is needed. Best of all, cheesecakes can be made in advance, meaning there's one less thing…

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Making Cookie and Cracker Crumbs

Place cookies or crackers in a heavy-duty resealable plastic bag. Seal bag, pushing out as much air as possible. Press a rolling pin over the bag, crushing the crackers to fine crumbs. Crumbs also…

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Making Meringue

To keep meringue from getting beads of moisture on top, try not to make a meringue on a humid day, since the sugar absorbs moisture and excess moisture may cause beading. Also, be certain the…

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