Culinary Schools in West Virginia 

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West Virginia has a lot of good attractions and has a very rich culinary culture. In fact, the Culinary Schools in West Virginia provide for a very comprehensive educational experience for students who want to pursue a career in the culinary arts. … [Read more...]

Culinary Schools in Washington State

Culinary Schools in Washington State

It doesn’t take much to be able to tell that Washington is all about fresh, local and seasonal food – all you have to do is to pass by the Pike Place Market in Seattle. If you’re one those people still starting out as a chef, you might want to … [Read more...]

Maine Culinary Schools – Community College

Maine Culinary Schools - Community College

Anyone looking through the culinary schools in Maine will realize that there aren’t any institutions that are independently dedicated to teaching the culinary arts, but there are very good degree programs offered at various colleges and universities … [Read more...]

What can be used as a shortening substitute?

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Shortening is often mistaken for a process in baking. It actually refers to a type of fat that you can mix into dough to make the crust of pies, tarts and other baked goods crumblier and softer. Although it sounds irreplaceable, there are a few … [Read more...]

What is a good substitute for baking soda?

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Baking soda is on almost every list of baking ingredients. It is a mysterious and volatile white powder. Many people have no clue how it is made and only a few know it can be mined directly from the earth. You probably still have the packet you … [Read more...]

What are the ingredients of butter?

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Many nutrition experts are on the fence about who should eat butter and who shouldn’t. It is often mistaken by people for margarine, which only adds to the confusion. There are also differences between butter made at home and the types available in … [Read more...]