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HIC, Harold Import Co. Signs Deal as Exclusive Supplier for Marcato Line of Italian Made Products

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(January, 2016) Building on a tradition that began three generations ago, HIC, Harold Import Co. is proud to announce that as of January 1, 2016, the company will be the exclusive supplier of Marcato products here in the U.S. Marcato S.P.A. is the leading manufacturer in the world of machines and accessories for fresh pasta, biscuits, bread and pizza.

HIC, Harold Import Co. has a three-decade relationship with Marcato, providing the company’s retail customers with pasta machines and accessories from this iconic brand since the 1990’s.

“With this new agreement, we are excited to offer our customers a full range of products from this iconic brand,” explains Robert Laub, president, HIC, Harold Import Co. “Like HIC, Marcato is a family run business, and our long-standing relationship with Marcato has set the groundwork for our new agreement in which HIC, Harold Import Co. will be the exclusive supplier of Marcato products in the U.S. As the the full line source for all Marcato products in the U.S., we are confident that our partnership will prove to be a successful brand-building venture.”

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Marcato’s history began in 1930 when Otello Marcato started producing pasta machines in a small workshop behind his house. His dream was to bring the authentic flavor of life in the kitchen – recipes, floury hands and smiles at the table – into every family.

“We are keenly interested in strengthening our relationships with retailers and consumers, and our confident that our agreement with HIC is a perfect way to continue to build the Marcato brand in the U.S.,” explains Giacomo Marcato, vice president, Marcato, S.p.A. “In addition to offering a full range of products to the U.S. market, we are dedicated to strengthening our relationship with retailers, supporting them with exciting brand-building opportunities including product training, in-store demonstrations, and consumer outreach programs,” Marcato added.

Under the agreement, HIC, Harold Import Co. will offer an extensive collection of high-quality and colorful Marcato products including the world-famous Atlas 150 pasta machine along with its 13 accessories for creating pasta of different thickness, cuts and shapes. Also available is a Ravioli Tablet, the Pasta Drying Rack, Pasta Rake, and Dispenser, in addition to Marcato’s Biscuit Maker – all made in Italy at the family factory.

HIC, Harold Import Co. offers the best culinary supplies, essential cooking tools, gourmet kitchen supplies and food preparation equipment at the most affordable prices. With more than 3,000 culinary supply products from the company’s own brands, exclusive brands, and top brands, HIC products are available in over 10,000 retail outlets worldwide.

Marcato will be holding a demo in the Kitchen Theater on Saturday, January 16th from 1:30-2:30 during the AmericasMart Atlanta. During the International Home + Housewares Show, held in Chicago this March, Chef Fabio Vivani, chef, culinary personality, restaurateur and cookbook author, will be at the HC, Harold Import Co. booth demonstrating Marcato products, signing books and sharing stories about Italy. Stay tuned for more details on this fun event.

For more information, contact HIC, Harold Import Co., at 800-526-2163. For media inquiries, contact Laura Everage, leverage@haroldimport.com, 415-306-4546.

 

Mrs. Anderson’s Animal Cracker Cookie Cutters

Oh, the memories so many of us have of reaching into a circus-train shaped box and pulling out an elephant, camel, hippo, goat or donkey cookie. Animal Crackers are a favorite childhood treat, and  HIC brings you the Mrs. Anderson’s Animal Cracker Cookie Cutter Set. This delightful collection of four cookie cutters (elephant, giraffe, zebra and lion) lets you create your own home-made animal cookies.

Made of BPA-free plastic, the cookie cutters come with a spring-action that stamps a design into the dough while aiding in the release of the  shapes. Perfect for homemade animal crackers, the set is also fun to use when creating decorative pie crusts, or baking gingerbread cookies.

To use, roll out the cookie dough and sprinkle a little flour on the cutters to keep the dough from sticking. Press the cookie cutter firmly into the dough, then press the spring-action lever to emboss the design into the dough and release the cookie.

Below is a recipe that is included with the set — but you can experiment and use your favorite cookie cutter recipe —  You can even try making chocolate Animal Cookies.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this item is donated to Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP). C-CAP works with public schools across the country to prepare disadvantaged high school students for college and career opportunities in the restaurant and hospitality industry. HIC is proud to support C-CAP by donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of select items. To learn more visit ccapinc.org.

Lemony Shortbread Animal Cookies

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    1 lb butter

1 tsp sugar

1 tsp salt

2 tsp lemon zest

2 tsp lemon juice

4 cups all purpose flour

In a mixing bowl, cream together the butter, sugar, salt and lemon zest. Mix in lemon juice. Scrape down sides of bowl to incorporate ingredients.

Add 2 cups of flour into the mixture and combine until incorporated. Then, add remaining flour until dough begins to form a ball. Scrape the sides of the mixing bowl, incorporating all ingredients.

Wrap dough ball in plastic and chill for at least one hour.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Lightly flour rolling pin and work surface. Once dough is chilled, roll out dough to 1/4″ thick. Use the Mrs. Anderson’s Animal Cookie Cutters to cut dough into desired shapes. Place cut Shapes onto baking sheet.

Bake at 350 degrees F, for 9 to 12 minutes, or until edges are a light golden brown.

The Lemony Shortbread Animal Cookie Recipe was created by Christopher Williams, who attended  Richards Career Academy and graduated with a Scholarship from C-CAP to attend Johnson & Wales University in Colorado. He graduated in 2010 and currently works as a pastry chef.

Beer Can Chicken with Peanut Butter Grilling Sauce

Elizabeth Karmel makes Beer Can Chicken at Martha Stewart’s Home

Elizabeth Karmel makes Beer Can Chicken at Martha Stewart’s Home

Written by Elizabeth Karmel

Anyone who knows me, knows that Beer-Can Chicken is my favorite way to roast chicken. It’s more of a technique and less of a recipe. And, we all know that there are as many flavor variations for chicken as there are days in the year! So, the recipe bears repeating! This rich and savory recipe is novel because of the use of peanut butter, and that makes it a great topic of conversation at dinner. But the real reason to make it is that the combination of peanuts, rosemary and chicken is un-beatable! Use my chicken sitter to grill-roast the chicken and use my original angled barbecue basting brush to slather the bird with the Peanut Butter Grilling Sauce.

I first saw the idea for grilled peanut butter chicken in a collection of recipes from NASCAR fans. I loved the idea of a grilling sauce that was based on peanut butter—the fat in the peanut butter seals in the juices and flavors the meat as it cooks. The recipe in the book was filled with Asian flavors and as much as I love sates, I wanted to try the idea with a more Western flavor profile. I love the combination of rosemary and peanut butter, making this a sophisticated dish that makes you forget that it is based on peanut butter.

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!

Elizabeth'sSignature

 

Beer-Can Chicken with Peanut Butter Grilling Sauce

©2015 Elizabeth Karmel

Makes 4 servings

Grilling Method: Indirect/Medium Heat

  • 1 Whole roasting chicken, 4 to 5 pounds, preferably Amish or organic
  • Olive oil
  • Kosher salt and black pepper to taste
  • 1,  12-ounce can domestic beer or 12-ounces of white wine
  1. Remove the neck and giblets, and rinse the chicken inside and out if desired; pat it dry with paper towels. Coat the chicken lightly with oil and season with salt and pepper. Set aside.
  2. Build a charcoal fire or preheat a gas grill. Pour the beer or wine in the Chicken Sitter, making sure that it is only 2/3rds full. Place the Chicken Sitter in the center of the cooking grate over indirect medium heat and “sit” the chicken on top of the beer can. The chicken will appear to be sitting on the grate. Make sure the drumsticks are positioned in front of the Chicken Sitter and the wings are twisted “akimbo” behind the chicken.
  3. Cover the grill and cook the chicken for 1 to 1 1⁄2 hours or until the internal temperature registers 165°F in the breast area and 180°F in the thigh.
  4. Brush with the Peanut Butter Grilling Sauce during the final 40 minutes of the cooking time.
  5. Remove it carefully to a platter, holding the can with tongs. Let it rest for 10 minutes before carving.  Serve with extra Peanut Butter Grilling Sauce as a dipping sauce.

NOTE: When removing the chicken from the grate, be careful not to spill the contents of the Chicken Sitter, as it will be very hot.

 

Elizabeth Karmel's Angled BBQ Brush

Elizabeth Karmel’s Angled BBQ Brush

Peanut Butter Grilling Sauce

©2015 Elizabeth Karmel

Note: Use indirect heat for any food that takes longer than 15-20 minutes to cook—this includes all bone-in pieces of meat.

Uses: beer-can chicken, chicken thighs or chicken quarters, chicken tenders, boneless, skinless chicken breasts; duck, grilled shrimp, skirt steak

Makes about 1 ½ cups

  • 1 cup crunchy peanut butter, preferably natural—no sugar added
  • 4 Tbsp peanut oil
  • 4  cloves of garlic, grated
  • 2  Tbsp honey
  • 1  Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1  Tbsp low-sodium soy sauce
  • 1  tsp ground dried rosemary
  • 1  tsp smoked sweet paprika
  • ½  tsp crushed red pepper flakes
    1. Place peanut butter and oil in a heavy-bottomed saucepan set over low heat. Stir occasionally, making sure the peanut butter doesn’t burn. When it is melted, add the garlic, honey, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, rosemary, paprika and red pepper flakes.

Whisk together and heat on a low flame for about 1 minute as the sauce comes together. Remove from heat and cover.

 

 

The History Behind Helen Chen’s Asian Kitchen New Easy Stir-Fry Sauce Bottle

Article Contributed by Nicole Herman, with Notes from Helen Chen

Helen Chen is a leading Asian culinary expert, cookbook author, cooking instructor and developer of Helen Chen’s Asian Kitchen® cookware and cooking supplies, in partnership with Harold Import Co. (Scroll to the base of this post to learn more about Helen.) Every great tool has a great story – This is the history behind Helen’s new Easy Stir-Fry Sauce Bottle.

Helen Chen Teaching a Stir-Fry Cooking Class

Helen Chen Teaching a Stir-Fry Cooking Class

A Note From Helen –

It all started with a brilliant idea from my mother, Joyce Chen. In the 1950’s our restaurant was the first to serve authentic Sichuan dishes before Sichuan cuisine was even on the radar in the United States. The two most popular dishes were the ones made in the Kung Pao and Yu Xiang styles.  These dishes quickly became favorites with our restaurant clientele.  Since all of our dishes were cooked to order, our chefs had to cook the most popular ones multiple times each night.  My mother’s creative idea was to make the sauces herself, in advance, and have our chefs cook with them.  This would not only save them time, but also provide consistent quality control so no matter which chef cooked the dish, it would always come out of the kitchen perfectly delicious every time.

Chinese chefs can be just as temperamental as any other professional chef, but it was a testament to the quality of these sauces that our chefs not only agreed to use them, but quickly embraced the idea whole-heartedly when they realized how quick and easy they were to use…and how delicious they tasted.

For my mother, who was always thinking of ways to improve her art, it was a natural progression to take this concept from our restaurant kitchen to home kitchens.  For a time we had our own line of bottled stir-fry sauces.  Although they are no longer in production, people who remember them always tell me how wonderful they were and ask where they can buy more.

Enter, Helen’s Asian Kitchen Easy Stir-Fry Sauce Bottle.  The genesis of my new stir-fry sauce bottle came from my mother’s incredibly innovative idea of making her own stir-fry sauces, and  now you can too! I’ve chosen four of my own delicious and versatile stir-fry sauces that can make the home cook a master chef.  Now stir-frying can be truly quick, easy and always delicious.

Helen Chen Teaching Stir-Fry Cooking Class

Helen Chen Teaching Stir-Fry Cooking Class

My four unique sauces (Mandarin Orange, Canton Oyster, Beijing Hoisin and Sichuan Black Bean) are made with ingredients that can be readily found in most American supermarkets.  And for those people with food allergies, making sauces from scratch allows for substitutions that fit dietary requirements.  To use, simply follow the recipe – ingredients and quantities are printed right on the bottle – shake, and you’re ready to cook.  The sauces are incredibly versatile and may be used with just about any meat, seafood, vegetable, noodles or even as a marinade for kebabs or for barbecuing.  With your own bottled cooking sauces it’s easy to cook for one or for eight.  Plus, once the sauce is made, it will keep in the refrigerator for future use.

I’d like to share with you an easy stir-fry noodles recipe made with my Canton Oyster sauce, the recipe for which is also found right on my Easy Stir-Fry Sauce Bottle.

Recipe: Helen’s Easy Stir-Fry Noodles with Oyster Sauce (made in Helen Chen’s Asian Kitchen® Easy Stir Fry Sauce Bottle)

Helen Chen's Easy Stir Fry Noodles

Helen Chen’s Easy Stir Fry Noodles with Oyster Sauce

You may vary the type and amount of shredded vegetables in this versatile recipe, or make it vegetarian by omitting the meat.  The stir-fry sauce will provide all the rich flavor you’ll need.

Serves 6

1 pound dry Chinese wheat noodles or thin spaghetti
8 ounces shredded lean pork or chicken breast
2 teaspoons cornstarch
2 teaspoons dry sherry
4 tablespoons canola oil
1 medium onion, thinly sliced
10 ounces shredded napa cabbage
5 medium dried black mushrooms, soaked in hot water 15 mins until soft
2 ounces snow peas, ends snapped off, strings removed and shredded on the diagonal
1 medium carrot, shredded
½ cup canned shredded bamboo shoots, drained
6 tablespoons Canton Oyster Stir Fry Sauce, or more to taste  (Made using the recipe on Helen Chen’s Asian Kitchen® Easy Stir Fry Sauce Bottle, or you can purchase a pre-made sauce from your local grocer or Asian food specialty store.)

1.  In a large pot of boiling water, cook the noodles until a little softer than al dente.  Drain, rinse in cold water, and drain again.  Set aside.

2. In a small bowl mix meat with cornstarch and sherry. Drain the mushrooms and squeeze dry.  Cut off the stems with scissors and discard. Shred caps.

3.  In a wok, heat cooking oil over medium-high heat, add the well-stirred meat mixture and stir-fry about two minutes or until it separates and changes color, about 1 minute. Add the onion, cabbage, mushrooms, carrot and bamboo shoots and stir until the cabbage begins to wilt, about 2 minutes.

4.  Sprinkle the noodles with a few tablespoons of water to loosen them up, drain, then add them to the pan.  Pour the Canton Oyster Stir Fry Sauce over the noodles and add in the snow peas. Continue tossing and stirring until well mixed and evenly colored, about 1 minute.  Taste and add more sauce, if desired. Transfer the noodles to a serving platter and serve immediately.

Biography of Helen Chen

Helen Chen

Helen Chen

HIC, Harold Import Co. is proud to call Helen Chen a partner in Helen Chen’s Asian Kitchen® made by HIC Harold Import Co.

Helen Chen is a leading Asian culinary expert, cookbook author, cooking instructor and developer of Helen Chen’s Asian Kitchen® cookware and cooking supplies.  Helen learned to cook from her mother and has combined the comfort of home-style dishes with an updated incorporation of heart-healthy oils and readily available supermarket ingredients—making cooking great Asian food easier for everyone.

Helen Chen’s unique line of Asian cooking supplies was developed through many years of culinary experience and provides the kind of high-quality standards that you can expect from HIC, Harold Import Co. Some of the products available in the Helen Chen’s Asian Kitchen® innovative line of Asian cooking utensils include steaming accessories, cutlery, cookware, tea & sake, tabletop, utensils and housewares.

*Not affiliated with Joyce Chen products

Culinary Futures Chicago Cocktail Hour & Silent Auction to Support C-CAP

C-CAPLogoThe Culinary Futures Cocktail Hour and Silent Auction to support Careers Through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) will be held Sunday, March 8, 2015 from 6-8 p.m., at Ovation, Chicago’s premier event space.

Proudly hosted by HIC, Harold Import Co., Conimar Corporation, Primula, Fletchers’ Mill, and R.S.V.P. International, Inc., this 6th annual event brings together industry professionals and friends to benefit C-CAP, a national non-profit organization that works with public schools to prepare at-risk students for college and careers in the restaurant and hospitality industry.

The Careers Through Culinary Arts’ curriculum enrichment program links public high school culinary teachers and their students to the foodservice industry.

LOGO_HIC_Color_NEW“C-CAP’s efforts in providing teacher training, scholarship and cooking competitions, job training, internships, college and career advising, and product and equipment donations are essential,” says Robert Laub, president of HIC, Harold Import Co. “For the past six years, we are glad that this event has played an important part in helping the organization attain its goals.”

In the 2014-2015 academic year, C-CAP Chicago impacted the lives of 3,000 students in 18 public schools working with 34 teachers in job training and internships, teacher trainings, college and career advising, product donations and culinary competitions that lead to culinary school scholarships. In 2013-2014 Academic Year-End Results included awarding 30 Scholarships valued at $584,453.

During this year’s event, guests will enjoy dishes prepared and served by C-CAP students from nine local Chicago High Schools. A selection of fine wines and locally crafted beers will also be available. The evening’s festivities include a silent auction and music by Chicago’s premier DJ Sean Alvarez.

Chicago High Schools Represented

  • Manley Career Academy
  • North Grand High School
  • Simeon Career Academy
  • Prosser Career Academy
  • Clemente High School
  • Washington High School
  • Roosevelt High School
  • Juarez High School
  • Curie Metro High School

All proceeds from this special event will benefit C-CAP Chicago. For more information about C-CAP, visit www.ccapinc.org/

HIC, Harold Import Co., offers an expansive line of kitchen tools and accessories that make everyday or special occasion cooking and baking more fun, convenient, and professional looking. For more information about HIC call 800-526-2163 or visit www.haroldskitchen.com.

Tickets are $75 each, and can be purchased here.

Tickets will also be sold during the International Home + Housewares Show in the HIC, Harold Import Co., Booth #S1449.

Media admittance is complementary. Please RSVP to Laura Everage leverage@haroldimport.com, or 415-306-4546.

 

Homemade Spaghetti Noodles Using Fante’s Cousin Arturo’s Pasta Pin

Contributed by Liana, of the Fante family of Philadelphia.

Fante's Cousin Arturo’s Pasta Pin in Use

Fante’s Cousin Arturo’s Pasta Pin in Use

Growing up, we made homemade spaghetti a couple of times a week with a pasta machine. In fact, my nonna had her machine set up on a table in her basement 24/7. That was her permanent pasta making station. After we were done rolling out and cutting the spaghetti, we brushed off the machine with a pastry brush and covered it with a homemade tea cozy until the next Sunday. Imagine that I thought we were totally normal! Doesn’t everyone have a pasta machine on its own altar in the basement? Apparently, not. But good news! You don’t need a pasta machine to make delicious homemade spaghetti.

Fante's Cousin Arturo’s Pasta Pin in Use

Fante’s Cousin Arturo’s Pasta Pin in Use

I’ve talked about our epic Sunday dinners before. Nonna’s favorite pasta, which she called “lasagna,” (but it wasn’t the layered cheese and sauce filled baked casserole we all think of with that name) was simple peasant pasta. We rolled out the sheets of dough, cut them down the center lengthwise, and then cut the pasta every two inches on a diagonal to make rough parallelograms. We boiled it in salted water and served it with fresh gravy, nothing fancy. It saved having to cut the fettuccine or spaghetti on the machine.

My mom talks about her nonna (my great-grandmother) making homemade spaghetti before pasta machines and chitarras (a stringed piece of equipment reminiscent of a guitar that you would press dough through the strings to cut). She rolled out the pasta dough with the handle of an old broom (her makeshift rolling pin) into a rectangular shape the width of the table. Then, she cut the dough into segments the length of spaghetti strands she wanted. Rolling up the segmented dough as though she were making a pinwheel dessert, she expertly sliced thin cross sections of dough with a sharp knife. If she were doing this to herbs it would be fancily called a “chiffonade.” Each cut made a single strand of spaghetti. Talk about a lot of work! (That’s why the peasant lasagna was so popular when making homemade pasta without a machine.) To ease cutting spaghetti without a machine, a clever craftsman created wooden rolling pins with grooves sharp enough to cut through dough for instant strands of spaghetti.

Fante's Cousin Arturo’s Pasta Pin in Use

Fante’s Cousin Arturo’s Pasta Pin in Use

Making homemade spaghetti by hand can be a great project for the family. Knead your favorite pasta dough recipe. Roll it out with a flat rolling pin into a rectangular shape about 1/16” thick and cut it to the desired length of your spaghetti with a knife. Make sure you have incorporated enough flour in your dough so that it is not sticky. The proper consistency will make the pasta much easier to cut and separate. Lightly flour the surface of the pasta dough. Apply even pressure on the pasta pin and roll it slowly down the length of your sheet of dough. If your pasta dough contains egg, the pasta pin will deeply score the dough and you will separate the strands by hand. (This is great fun for tiny fingers on the budding chefs in the kitchen!) To make separating strands easier, hold one hand and fingers on the main part of the dough and lightly pull on the single strand with the other hand to separate it from the pack. It goes very quickly once you get the hang of it (or delegate the job). If you make your pasta dough without egg, the spaghetti strands should separate easily just by rolling the pin across the dough. Cook and enjoy as you would your normal homemade spaghetti!

Fante’s Cousin Arturo’s Pasta Pin can be purchased from Fante’s Kitchenware Shop in Philadelphia, and on their website.

Find out how to place a wholesale order for any products from the Fante’s line, from Harold Import Co.

The Baking Bible – The Newest Cookbook from Rose Levy Beranbaum, and Rose’s Specialty Bakeware

The Baking BIble By Rose Levy Beranbaum

The Baking BIble By Rose Levy Beranbaum

The latest and most comprehensive baking book yet from best-selling author and “diva of desserts” Rose Levy Beranbaum.

Legendary baker Rose Levy Beranbaum is back with her most extensive “bible” yet. With all-new recipes for the best cakes, pies, tarts, cookies, candies, pastries, breads, and more, this magnum opus draws from Rose’s passion and expertise in every category of baking. As is to be expected from the woman who’s been called “the most meticulous cook who ever lived,” each sumptuous recipe is truly foolproof—with detail-oriented instructions that eliminate guesswork, “plan-aheads,” ingenious tips, and highlights for success. From simple everyday crowd-pleasers (Coffee Crumb Cake Muffins, Gingersnaps, Gooseberry Crisp) to show-stopping stunners (Chocolate Hazelnut Mousse Tart, Mango Bango Cheesecake, White Christmas Peppermint Cake) to bakery-style pastries developed for the home kitchen (the famous French Kouign Amann), every recipe proves that delicious perfection is within reach for any baker. The Baking Bible will soon be available in fine kitchen shops nationwide.

The Baking Bible is all of Rose’s best work under one cover. Photographer Ben Fink has created a poetic masterpiece video, using the still photographs he shot from the book. An amazing collection of images woven into a moving collage of magical beauty. 

 

If you’d like to meet Rose, see her national book signing tour dates here.

Harold Import Co. and Rose Levy Beranbaum have a long-standing relationship, and have co-designed Rose’s Specialty Bakeware products.  HIC has teamed up with several bloggers to show how recipes from The Baking Bible can be made using Rose’s Specialty Bakeware; each blog post below features a recipe from The Baking Bible, paired with one of Rose’s Specialty Bakeware items. These products can be found in kitchen shops nationwide, and on Rose’s website.

From the blog Cookistry:  Rose’s White Chocolate Cupcakes with Raspberry Mousseline from pg. 67 of The Baking Bible, baked using Rose’s Silicone Baking Bowl.

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Cookistry

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the blog Cindy’s Recipes and Writings: Rose’s Sour Cherry Pie from pg. 200 of The Baking Bible, baked in Rose’s Perfect Pie Plate.

Sour-Cherry-Pie from Cindy's Recipes and Writings

Sour-Cherry-Pie from Cindy’s Recipes and Writings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the blog The Food Hunter’s Guide to CuisineThe Ischler Cookies from pg. 356 of The Baking Bible, baked using Rose’s Silicone Baking Bowl.

Ischler cookies from The Food Hunter's Guide to Cuisine

Ischler cookies from The Food Hunter’s Guide to Cuisine

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the blog Rants from My Crazy KitchenRose’s White Christmas Peppermint Cake from pg. 31 of The Baking Bible, baked using Rose’s Heavenly Cake Strips.

White Christmas Peppermint Cake from Rants From My Crazy Kitchen

White Christmas Peppermint Cake from Rants From My Crazy Kitchen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the blog Mad Rantings of Andrew’s MomRose’s Mud Turtle Pie from pg. 269 of The Baking Bible, baked in Rose’s Perfect Pie Plate.

Turtle Pie from Mad Rantings of Andrew's Mom

Turtle Pie from Mad Rantings of Andrew’s Mom

 

 

 

 

 

A luminary in the world of food writing, Rose is a Contributing Editor to Food Arts Magazine where “Rose’s Sugar Bible” (April 2000) received two prestigious awards: The Association of Food Journalists Award for the Best Food Feature in a Magazine and The Jacob’s Creek World Food Award for Best Food Article. She is also a contributor to The Washington Post, Fine Cooking, Bride’s, Reader’s Digest, and Hemispheres. Rose has been inducted into the James Beard Foundation/D’Artagnon Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America.

Contributed by Nicole Herman, of HIC.