Not every restaurant to receive a coveted three-star rating from Michelin is unaffordable.
The history of doughnuts is difficult to trace. Did doughnut history begin the first time a sweet dough was fried in oil? Does it start when the first hole was punched into a yeasted dough before frying? And what do oil balls have to do with it?
The difference between light and dark brown sugar boils down to one simple factor: molasses content.
While enjoying a free doughnut on National Doughnut Day, remember the women who introduced the treat to soldiers during World War I.
An amateur baker’s lemon trifle is about to become an iconic British dessert—and you can make it, too.