Are You Baking With the Right Chocolate? – Bon Appétit

By Rochelle Bilow | December 7, 2015 The baking aisle of your supermarket is a complicated place, stacked high with questions and more varieties of funfetti cake than you ever know you needed. If you’re just there for some baking chocolate, you face shelves of options: Bittersweet or semisweet? Milk or dark? How dark? chips or bars? Bars or blocks? Nibs?!? It’s enough to throw your hands up, grab a tub of frosting, one of those boxed mixes, and call it a day. Until now. We present: the …

Vegan Chocolate Coconut Ice Cream

… day, or anything in between. Feel free to garnish with your favorite toppings, or skip the chocolate chips if you’d like to keep it smooth. This foundational recipe is delicious, so let your creative 5-year-old ice cream brain go wild! To continue reading this article and to access the recipe, please click on the link below: Source: Vegan Chocolate Coconut Ice Cream …

Sweet potatoes, chocolate chips combine for delicious fall cake

By The Tribune-Review | October 24, 2015 Jody Horton Sweet potatoes and chocolate chips combine to make a delicious cake for the fall. As the weather cools, I start thinking of produce like winter squash, sweet potatoes, apples and pears. Seasonal fruits and vegetables available make it a little easier to say goodbye to vibrant summer produce, and I’m ready to start spending more time cooking and baking. I was searching for a …

Living Room’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie is Gluten Free and Delicious (RECIPE) : Recipes

… sure to lightly pack the light brown sugar into the measuring cup, use 60 percent bittersweet chocolate chips and “don’t be afraid of salt.” Larson rolls balls of cookie dough into a mixture of kosher salt and sugar before baking for a sweet and salty touch. To make the cookies large and uniform, Larson uses four ounces of dough for each cookie. “They lose the fluff and charm any smaller than two ounces,” he explains. To continue reading this article and to access …

In Ocean City, tea and spice & everything nice

… her bacon. The rub gives the juicy, sizzling strips of meat a new and unexpected robust flavor. It takes her less than 10 minutes to fix up a healthy, creamy dip perfect for chips and veggies, with just a bit of yogurt and an onion spice blend. The hickory rub and onion blend are just two of nearly 100 different varieties sold in her store, The Spice & Tea Exchange. Quinn-Whalen independently owns and operates store fronts in Alexandria, Virginia, Annapolis and Rehoboth. She recently opened …