The Great British Bake-Off, on UK television, rekindled viewers passion for baking. Rather than just ordinary tasting cakes, veritable cake creations were made. Some in the UK, such as Miss Cakehead, had already taken that a step further.
Chef Duff Goldman was on stage today at the CNE in Torotno talking about cakes and how he made it into the food biz talking to the thousands that waited for up to two hours to watch one of two shows.
Some are addicted to them, some like to eat them with tea, some prefer them for dessert. But almost everyone loves them. We’re talking fine cakes and pastries. Pignol's fine pastries shop in Lyon makes some of the best to be had. Weight gain guaranteed.
Bangkok (dpa) - "Rice is boring compared to wheat," admits Professor Apichart Vanavichit, one of Thailand's leading rice genome experts.
Wheat comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes such as bread, rolls, cakes, pastries and noodles, but rice just t...