Summer is coming to an end, however, there are a couple more hot days in the forecast to take advantage of. So, why not have one last summer party using this homemade cheesecake ice cream recipe?
Chocolate fountains are very trendy and look great at any party, wedding, or event. The trick to chocolate fountains is knowing how much chocolate is needed for your guest list.
Gygi’s kitchen cheat sheets and tips
We have so many useful charts that can help the novice chef to the professional chef have an easier time in the kitchen. Here are some downloadable Gygi’s kitchen cheat sheets we have found our customers love!
Visit Gygi.com/blog to find more great kitchen tips, cheat sheets, and upcoming kitchen tricks!
We are excited to be hosting another great book signing with Chef Stephanie Petersen, aka Chef Tess Bakeresse. Stephanie is in town from Arizona and debuting her newest (and amazing) book, Bread Art: Braiding, Decorating, and Painting Edible Bread for Beginners.
We will have Stephanie in and around the store April 26th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm answering all your questions, signing books, and of course giving out lots of hugs! Her bubbly personality is contagious and she is just as wonderful in person as she is on her blog! Come meet her, grab a book, and join us for a great time.
Event is free to the public. Bring your whole family and hopefully we’ll see you there!
If you are really looking for a great experience join us for her hands-on cooking class at 2:00 pm. Chef Stephanie will be teaching all her secrets and all students will leave with a beautiful and edible work of art.
We were ecstatic when we made our first batch of peppermint creams.They were incredibly easy and tasted so good! We simply can’t wait for you to give them a try! You’ll feel so accomplished making these, you’ll feel you can conquer the world when you’re through!
Here’s what you’ll need:
Looking for a way to spice up the usual? Learn how to make roasted almonds that will leave your house smelling sweet and delicious.
Roasted nuts are something to love any time of year, but are even yummier with their fragrant and warm taste on a cold December night. We thought they’d make the perfect gift this Christmas and decided to give them a try. We’re sure glad we did, as they were incredibly easy, can be made in huge quantities, and took hardly any time at all.
Here’s What You Will Need:
If you are wondering what to make for that perfect thank you gift, try learning how to make fast and easy peppermint bark
The girls from Boxwood Clippings are back with another fun neighbor gift idea.And this time, it’s Peppermint Bark. Check out their tutorial:
How to get started:
A few helpful tips to keep in mind when thawing a turkey: