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Perfect Summer to Shape Baking Skills

Perfect Summer to Shape Baking Skills

With this year’s challenge in what’s open and what’s closed, you can make time can fly with some creative baking skill building with dough.  Any summer sandwich tastes great on a Kaiser or Rosette Roll.  Use a well-kneaded and cold yeast dough. We recommend the Refrigerated Potato Dough from Dough Sculpting 101 but any well-kneaded […]

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June Baking Calendar

June Baking Calendar

Get your June Baking Calendar here!

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Educator Award Winners Announced

Educator Award Winners Announced

Congratulations to the 2020 Home Baking Association Educator Award Winners! First Place Selection: Marla Prusa Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Howells, Nebraska Entry: Pastry Pizazz Honorable Mention – Ingredient Inspired Elizabeth Hagan Bayard, Iowa Sugar Detectives: Uncovering and Examining the Sneaky Ways Sugar Transforms Baked Goods Honorable Mention – Community Service Inspired Marissa Johnson Savannah, GA Baking […]

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Welcome New Member

Welcome New Member

ThermoWorks brings scientific precision and robust industrial design to professional temperature tools for baking, food safety, and culinary excellence. The preferred thermometer among award-winning bakers, pastry chefs, restaurateurs, competition BBQ teams, and home users, ThermoWorks is also a trusted source of training and education. ThermoWorks741 E. Utah Valley Dr.American Fork, UT 840031-800-393-6434 website: www.thermoworks.com

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Got Flour, but What about Yeast?

Got Flour, but What about Yeast?

When people stocked up to shelter and bake at home, they purchased 6.5 times the normal amount of yeast at grocery stores.  Replenishing the dry yeast stock has kept Red Star working round the clock. Check out the latest availability information. Help us spread the word about an option you might not think of: Fresh […]

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May Baking Calendar

May Baking Calendar

May 2020 is the month of baking at home, with folks baking in unprecedented numbers due to social distancing. Use this handy calendar to keep up to date with all that is going on.

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Bread Machine Tips

Bread Machine Tips

By Cindy Falk, Nutrition Educator at Kansas Wheat The bread machine can be one of the greatest kitchen tools for providing homemade healthy whole grain products for a home and family. Cindy Falk, Nutrition Educator at Kansas Wheat, has compiled several tips for working with a bread machine. Intended for both the experienced bread machine […]

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New Sourdough Baking Resources!

New Sourdough Baking Resources!

Sourdough bread has a thick, chewy crust and soft, airy interior. It is comforting, savory and oh, so easy to make using only flour, salt, and water. Use this excellent resource to learn how to make your own starter, maintain it, and turn it into a loaf. Let’s Get You Started! Are you looking to bake at […]

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April Baking Calendar

April Baking Calendar

There is so much happening in April 2020 in the world of baking! Use this handy calendar to keep up to date with all that is going on. National Soft Pretzel Month, celebrated in April, gives soft pretzels the celebration they deserve. For convenience stores, April is the perfect time to explore the endless options and versatility […]

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How to Bake A Loaf of Bread

How to Bake A Loaf of Bread

Bread has been a staple food in our Western diets for many thousands of years. The baked dish is formed by combining water, flour, yeast, and salt… it sounds simple for sure, but you’d be surprised how few adults can claim to have baked bread themselves. That is until now. Google trends during the 2020 […]

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