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Transform Balsamic into Spun Sugar

At the Institute of Culinary Education we like to push the boundaries. In this case, I’m using balsamic, a savory ingredient and pastry to add balance and aesthetic appeal to a plated dessert. Balsamic Vinegar of Modena in the form of spun sugar achieves a high-sheen gold effect — and it melts in your mouth….

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How To Cream Butter And Sugar – Creaming Butter And Sugar – Cream Butter And Sugar For Cakes

Welcome to [inaudible] school. Have you enjoyed this snippet? Everyone on courses. And if you’d like to learn how to cook like professional home, click on the link below. I find people ask me quite a lot. It’s about creaming butter and sugar and there’s different stages you’ve taken two depending on what you’re making….

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Classic Dutch Apple Pie from the Rijksmuseum Cookbook

I’m Jonah Freud. I’m the owner of a cookbook shop in Amsterdam. My shop already exists for 40 years. I made a book last year for the Rijksmuseum, The Rijksmuseum Cookbook And today i’m going to make you an apple pie, one of the recipes that’s in the book. We put some flour, of course,…

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100 year old WEIRD baking hacks | How To Cook That Ann Reardon

Welcome to How To Cook That I’m Ann Reardon and today we’re looking at baking hacks from 100 years ago! I was looking through this really old cookbook that belonged to my great-grandmother and I asked my mum if I could borrow it. Let’s start by looking at some of the kitchen maxim’s as they…

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