I’m not a big South Park fan myself. I don’t hate it or anything, but I never really got into the late-night adult cartoon. As a result, when one of my friends exposed me to the idea of chocolate salty balls, I didn’t think of anything particularly risque.
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Powder cream is one of those secret ingredients that has so much potential. It can be used in lots of different recipes and bear incredible results. If you like to experiment in the kitchen, add this product to your baked goods, ice creams, and creamy soups.
The science behind tempering chocolate is convoluted. In order to get crisp, svelte chocolate, you have to undertake a lengthy, arcane process that involves heating some chocolate, cooling other chocolate, or even mixing in special chocolate that’s supposed to teach your chocolate how to cool properly. The concept is not dissimilar to the idea of Ice Nine from Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle: your goal is to form a seed of correctly tempered chocolate that the rest of the chocolate then crystallizes around.
There’s chocolate, and then there’s chocolate. While you’re probably familiar with the difference between an expensive hand-crafted bar of dark chocolate and the cheap sweetened chips you snack on while you make cookies, you might not know the difference between all of the kinds of chocolate you use when you bake. Here’s everything you need to know in order to find the perfect bittersweet chocolate substitute.
Shortcake is a tasty American staple. Without the fatty, sweet taste of shortcake, I can’t imagine how I’d enjoy all of the wonderful things that are paired with it. Most famously, shortcake is paired with strawberries to create a delicious dish.
Deconstructed eggnog is not as famous as normal eggnog, but you’d better believe that it’s just as delicious! By deconstructing the traditional recipe, you will be able to adapt it however you want.
Why not use a better brown sugar? I am an enthusiast when it comes to making unique dishes that have little extra vitamins and minerals. These types of dishes help to ensure that my family stays well enriched, and in many situations, protein and vitamin-rich foods also tend to taste better.
This delicate chocolate derby cake is first in its class by appearance, as it looks like a “derby hat.” Many bakers of this cake have succumbed to its fresh and fruity, chocolate creamy bliss and have admitted to eating it all in one sitting.
If you’ve ever been puzzled about how something like Japanese fried ice cream can even exist, then just wait for the day you actually try it. You must have so many questions, like, how does ice cream stay cold even when deep-fried? Well, read on to find out!
Baked to golden perfection and filled with stringy cheese, kunafah or kanafeh is an absolutely scrumptious way to end dinner. In this layered Middle Eastern dessert, a thick cheese center sits between sheets of shredded phyllo dough, and the whole thing is topped with a simple, aromatic sugar syrup.