Sorghum is a dark, sugary and pungent syrup made by boiling the sweet juice from the stalks of the sorghum plant. It is often substituted in equal amounts for molasses in baked goods or used as a table syrup for waffles and pancakes.
The term "au jus" (French for "with juice") is often used to describe the serving of meat (like…
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When melted butter is called for in a recipe, butter is measured first, then melted. The…
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