Happy New Year from the Home Baking Association! January baking is powered with oats, a perfect way to get more heart healthy whole grains into your diet. Download the calendar below to get lots of convenient recipes and tips for baking in the new year.
By Sharon Davis, HomeBaking.org What a perfect time to spotlight home baker Jenny Kalvaitis and her family’s traditional Lithuanian Bacon Buns. This family recipe and favorite of Jenny’s is a common Lithuanian recipe with her own family’s twists and small improvements from over the years. They often bake them during Christmas and holiday seasons. They’ll […]
When you’ve been spending a lot of time at home, this is just the boost we all need. You’ll love our partner The Family Dinner Project’s deck of food and activities for the “advent” of December home time, holidays and festivals. Check it out now!
November’s Baker Spotlight is on a great baker and teacher, Lisa Pluff. Lisa teaches baking science and Family & Consumer Sciences at Manhattan High School, Manhattan, KS. Lisa is a graduate of the Kansas State Bakery Science bachelors degree program. Check it out! Instead of working in a bakery, Lisa opted to earn a masters […]
Join AAFCS for a virtual birthday celebration on Dine in Day, December 3 at 7:15 p.m. ET. This special event will honor our founder Ellen Richards and gather FCS professionals to learn more about her quilt and celebrate #FCSsuccess together. An expert will also be on-hand to share a glimpse of what a cake might […]
Join other baking enthusiasts for a Baking with Friends ZOOM event with the Home Baking Association. Please feel free to invite anyone who may be interested in joining us by copying this link and sending it to them. The event sponsor welcomes everyone to their program regardless of where they live, or if they have a library […]
In a pinch we’ve all filled cookies, pastries or cakes with a jam, and watched it boil out, soak in or run. With guest and gift baking on the line in the next months, you can insure positive results. Cake and pastry fillings are thicker formulations and will bake more consistently. Unlike jams and jellies, […]
Black walnuts, are a superfood native to the U.S. and one of the very few wild harvested foods commercially available today. For centuries Native Americans used the nut meats as a food source and the husks for medicine and dyes. Even today nothing is wasted! The shells are ground into an eco-friendly abrasive. Baking with […]
Autumn is unfolding across the country, bringing with it harvest crops, the holidays, and lots of opportunities for baking. Sharon Davis has created this handy baking calendar full of tips and ideas to get you into the spirit of fall baking. Download the calendar here
My neighbor is a Master Gardener. Kim keeps me aiming higher, both in my vegetable gardening skills AND in baking. This past rainy day Kim got creative and I have to share what she, and she says other of you over-achiever bakers are doing: creating beautiful still-life on your Focaccia. Photos provided by Kim Smith […]