Baking is more than dessert, it’s a sculptural art! This lesson demonstrates how to bake a Smurf Village cake using a giant cupcake mold, frosting, fondant, and some decorative elements. This is an absolutely show-stopping cake for a kids birthday party, but the skills you’ll learn are applicable to many other projects. Once you learn how to mold and texture fondant, the possibilities are endless!
Learn how to make delicious Vietnamese coffee in 10 minutes! Whether you like hot or iced coffee, this sweet treat will satisfy your coffee cravings. This easy recipe calls for chicory coffee and a dash of condensed milk. Brew coffee in a traditional Vietnamese coffee filter and get a taste of Vietnam!
This dreamy creamy risotto combines a creamy rice with the textures of mushy peas, whole peas and sweet leek. A beautiful dish for a cold evenings dinner
Lattice top pie is one of my favorites to make. It looks fancy but it is not that hard to make. I have been making this pie for the past 25 years. Yes folks, I am THAT old! This is the pie that we would take to families who had suffered a loss or just had a baby. This is the pie that won Grand Champion Baked Item at at county 4-H fair. Just note that I didn’t bake THAT winner. It was my sister. BUT WE USED THE SAME RECIPE! Oh well. That is how the cookie piecrust crumbles.
Store bought dinner rolls may be quick, easy and convenient but, you just can't beat the smell of freshly baked, warm yeasty bread throughout a kitchen before dinner.
This easy dinner roll recipe will have you craving more! Nothing beats it.
Need a filling but darling dish for an afternoon tea party? Honeysuckle Catering has got you covered- well, covered with puff pastry! This lesson shows you how to make miniature chicken pot pies. Prepare your chicken by seasoning, roasting, and dicing. Make the filling with onions, flour, stock, bullion, chicken, peas, carrots, and thyme. Add your pastry top and let it bake, and you've got a tiny version of a classic dish. Why not check out the Mini Strawberry Cupcake recipe for dessert?
Potato Bake is my go-to dish when ever a shared dish is needed and this Potato Bake, this Potato Bake has bacon and because of the eggs, sets like a frittata.
Enjoy the flavor of baklava for breakfast! Feast in the Middle East combines the healthy features of a California granola with the honey, nuts, and spices of your favorite Middle Eastern dessert. Toss heart-healthy old fashioned oats with pistachios and your favorite nuts and bring it together with traditional baklava flavors such as honey and cinnamon. It's so easy! Layer with yogurt and fruit for a healthy breakfast parfait.
Need a cute and light dessert for a tea party, bridal shower, or picnic? Honeysuckle Catering shows you how to transform a classic dessert into a bite-sized treat by making miniature strawberry cupcakes. They only need to bake for fifteen minutes, and both the batter and the frosting contain real strawberry puree. These mini cupcakes infuse a fresh strawberry flavor with a delightful bite of pure scrumptiousness. The recipe shown in this lesson is adapted from Sprinkles Cupcakes.
Warm sticky date pudding always reminds me of the festive season!
Add some cheer and some cheers-ing to your garden party by serving champagne cocktails! Learn how to concoct this classy cocktail by combining sugar, bitters, and champagne. This video also teaches you how to peel a lemon in order to create a lemon twist that can be used to garnish this (or any) cocktail. Champagne cocktails are a great alternative to a mimosa at a tea party or special shower!
Lovers of white wine, rejoice! Sunset Magazine breaks down the history and flavor spectra of over a dozen varieties, including sauvignon blanc and pinot grigio. Start with the most popular wine in the United States, chardonnay, and work your way towards the more obscure, though equally flavorful and complex, types such as riesling, white Rhônes, and even Austria’s pride and joy: Gewürztraminer.
Tea sandwiches are the perfect dainty dish to serve at any tea party or special occasion. In this lesson, Honeysuckle Catering teaches you how to make (and elegantly serve) three different kinds of tea sandwiches: the cucumber watercress, cantaloupe prosciutto, and egg salad sandwiches. The only cooking you'll have to do is boiling some eggs, and tea party sandwiches can offer delicious treats for carnivores and vegetarians alike.
Have a table divided between smooth and chunky mashed potato lovers? For those who like theirs silky smooth, Sunset Magazine has the perfect recipe. After you have boiled your russet potatoes and fed them through a ricer, swirl in milk, Greek yogurt, chives, and mascarpone cheese for extra creaminess. Is your mouth watering yet?
For their originality and variety, American and New World red wines can’t be beat. Sunset Magazine explores the varietals in its own backyard: cabernet sauvignon from Napa; pinot noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon; and California’s own old vine zinfandel from Sonoma. As a bonus, get a sneak peek at up-and-coming malbecs from all the way down in Argentina.
Longing to recreate the delightful pastel-hued French Macaron Cookies you’ve seen in bakeries? Learn a foolproof recipe for delicious Macarons that are crunchy on the outside, chewy on the inside, and just as beautiful as the ones you’ve seen at pastry shops! In this lesson, Honeysuckle Catering will take you through step by step instructions to create meringues made from ground almonds, egg whites, and sugar, sandwiched with a sweet filling, such as jam or pastry cream.
Do sparkling wine and rosé wine seem a little bit fancy for a quiet glass on a Friday evening? Sunset Magazine dispels your fears with an in-depth discussion of each style’s history and tasting notes. Once you’ve learned about Champagne, prosecco, cava, and dry rosés from all around the world, a casual bottle of bubbly might not sound like a bad idea.
Need a good vegetarian recipe or side dish? Learn this simple skillet potato recipe that’s perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner! This online tutorial will teach you how to cook potatoes and then saute them until they’re golden brown and crispy. This delicious recipe also includes onions and bell peppers.
Cook a diner breakfast at home! You don’t need to be a gourmet chef to fry up these crunchy hash browns. Rebecca Brand shows you the quick and easy way to make a delicious and filling breakfast. All you need is: a potato, vegetable oil or lard, and salt. Turn the heat up by frying up some fresh and tasty hash browns. You may never go out to breakfast again!