“It takes an uncommon amount of guts to put your dreams on the line.” – Erma Bombeck, writer. Guts. The word is used quite often in the English language; many times in the informal sense, otherwise known as slang.
“What’s gelato?” I’m not ashamed to admit (and on a website dedicated to the culture of gelato, which makes it a bit more embarrassing) that there was actually a time in my life when I asked that question
“Hello!” I greeted in an almost overly-cheerful tone. Excitement radiated from my bright young eyes as I hurriedly approached the counter of my family’s favorite ice cream
At first glance you may be dissuaded, but unknown and unattractive fruits are offering delightful new flavors to menus.
For chefs around the world certain kitchen equipment is a necessity even if it’s not fully understood how it operates.
“How to Become a Gelatopreneur with PreGel” is the title of the three-minute edutainment short hosted on www.pregelamerica.com,
Nowadays, it seems as if everywhere you look there are new diets or a new food allergy that keeps the consumer market cautious of what they are eating, and there’s a legitimate reason why.
With the summer season in full blossom, many people make the decision to eat healthier after thawing out from the winter freeze, which is normally filled with high-calorie comfort foods.
If today’s tendency is to let the season influence one’s choice of dessert and/or flavor from the menu, consumers still go for their all- time favorites most of the time.
After falling out of favor for a long time, flowers are back in the kitchen! While edible flowers have been used for years in cooking or as decorations for various dishes, incorporating herbs to create sweet and savory
In today’s marketplace, frozen pops have become extremely popular due to their flavor variety, recipe development, and overall presentation.
Niche markets are thriving in the world of sweets. Specialty bakeries are popping up and prospering thanks to their unique and creative concepts, and the evolving demand of the industry.
When you think of berries, the strawberry is most likely the first one to come to mind. Therefore, it might come as a surprise to find out that, botanically speaking, they are not actually a part of the berry world.