9 INCREDIBLE FACTS ABOUT CONFECTIONERY ART AND DESSERS
The world of pastry art is amazing and unpredictable! And before you and I first opened the book of sweet recipes, millions of amateurs and professionals, pioneers and inventors, left their indelible mark on pastry art, the evolution of which we can admire today.
For knowledge and entertainment, we have prepared for you 9 interesting facts about the pastry art, which will surely inspire new delicious achievements! №1. Thank you, Egyptians. It turns out that confectionery was first imported to Europe during the Muslim invasion in the far VII century – before that, unbalanced Europeans were only happy with fruit, fresh or dry. Continue reading
English caramel pudding
This pudding to eat it should be hot, and best of all with a scoop of ice cream. Cooking is not difficult and in England it is perceived as a daily dessert. For example, it can be made in the school canteen or served in small portioned shirts somewhere in a coffee shop. In general, this is an ordinary, basic pudding. It seems to the English himself that he was always, he is so familiar and classic, but in fact the recipe was invented in the 70s by Francis Coolson, a cook and co-owner of the Sharrow Bay hotel. Continue reading
Two autumn marmalade: from quince and persimmon
Quince marmalade is troublesome, but worth it. You will get an elastic, fragrant “fruit cheese”, which can be stored for a long time and enjoy its concentrated taste of quince.
Regarding quince, you need to make an important note: you must choose a fragrant quince. Now on sale a lot of quince here of this type.
They are beautiful, even, without tubercles and potholes of light yellow fruits, this variety does not have an intense smell. This quince smells when sniffing it close. We need such a quince, the aroma of which you feel only upon entering the room where it is located. This is a solid, irregularly shaped, such – in the hillocks and potholes of a quince. Continue reading