Thursday, April 4, 2013
Baking with your children—or grandchildren, nieces and nephews, or godchildren—provides an opportunity to share your skills and enthusiasm with young people. Yes, it requires patience and good humor, but the rewards are sweet in more ways than one!
We invited some baking and education experts to share their tips for successful family baking. They generously accepted—and offered some of their kid-friendly recipes, to boot!
Megan and Kyle McGuire
We wanted to know what it takes to be a state fair baking-contest winner before you’ve entered your teen years, so we talked to Megan, Kyle, and mom Phoelisa (a baker and state-fair contestant herself!).
Home Baking Association’s Recipe for Success
Friday, December 28, 2012
Well, we have good news! Our newest product, C&H® Light Sugar & Stevia Blend, makes it easy to cut calories without sacrificing sweet taste. The secret: a special blend of pure cane granulated sugar plus stevia and natural flavorings. We love it for all kinds of cooking and baking, and we know you will, too.
Food Bloggers ♥ C&H® Light!
As part of the product launch, we invited 50 bloggers to use C&H® Light in a new or old recipe. They responded with creativity and gusto—and generously permitted us to share their results. Here are two of their stories.
Fortunately for us at C&H® Sugar (and our sister company Domino® Sugar), we don’t have to guess—and neither do you. That’s because Lisa Basini, our talented recipe developer and tester, makes sure the recipes in our online recipe database will work as well in your kitchen as they do in ours.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Autumn's our favorite season for many reasons: perfect weather, football games, holidays, and—at the top of the list—an abundance of newly harvested apples. In many rural areas, orchard owners invite visitors to pick their own fruit; at city markets, local and "heirloom" apples such as Cortland, Gravenstein, and Baldwin join popular varieties like Delicious and Granny Smith.
We love biting into a fresh, crunchy apple as much as the next person, but the apple bounty is also an irresistible call to the stovetop and oven. Join us as we explore the many ways to enjoy apples, from breakfast to late-night snacks, from Halloween through New Year's Eve.