Malic Acid | Baking Ingredients | BAKERpedia

Malic acid is found in many sour or tart-tasting foods such as fruit; it's used to add flavor and texture to fruit fillings and jellies in baked goods.  What is Malic Acid? Malic acid is a dicarboxylic acid with the molecular formula C4H6O5 (Figure 1). It is made by all living organisms and it contributes... Continue Reading →

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African Cricket Chili – therapeutic too

AFRICAN CRICKET CHILI - therapeutic too A 'Cure Whatever Ails You' Soup. Or at least you'll think you're cured. Hibiscus, lavender, black forbidden rice with lots of veggies, herbs and spice makes the alternative cricket tastes especially nice! MAKES 24 cups Make the black rice > 2 c. black forbidden rice, rinsed till water runs... Continue Reading →

Sexual misconduct often part of the job in hospitality work

By DON BABWIN Sexual misconduct often part of the job in hospitality work CHICAGO (AP) — One woman recalls how a general manager at a Chicago-area restaurant where she worked told her that if security cameras recorded him reaching between her legs and grabbing her genitals, he could simply “edit that out.” Another woman worked... Continue Reading →

Broccoli Baked Bean Pot – cooking with large cans

https://chefdavies-tight.com/2017/12/13/afc-coral-horseradish-sauce/ BROCCOLI BAKED BEAN POT This dish does not require much cooking time. Serve as a stew or as a topper for baked white or sweet potatoes. I went the sweet potato route this time. The horseradish element in the sauce works well with the sweet of the potato. Hearty, filling, but you leave the... Continue Reading →

Menu Psychology: The Science Behind Menu Engineering

  There are multiple nuances that restaurants can use with their menus to coax customers into spending on more high-profit dishes. Read our resource article on the topic. For years, restaurateurs have struggled with how to lay out a menu that is informative, readable, and — most importantly — profitable. While the debate on what... Continue Reading →

AFC Persimmon Tonic Water Dressing ©

AFC PERSIMMON TONIC WATER DRESSING © A simple, creamy, light, rich, persimmon salad dressing with the uncanny ability to make all the ingredients in your salad shine - a blessing. For special occasions when you are out to IMPRESS! Oh, and the surprise ingredient? Diet Tonic Water. Wow. It works. Perfect for fruit salads! Makes... Continue Reading →

Stewed Tomato Bean Pot – cooking with large cans

Today we're cooking primarily with cans - restaurant-size cans for restaurant or home use. We've selected the following: I'm going to give you the brand along with the ingredients and size can, just to give the people who produced the product some credit for a job well done. 102 oz. can Dunbar's Sweet Bell Pepper... Continue Reading →

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