COOKING VIDEO: Candy Corn Cones For Halloween

  Candy corn is great as a garnish during Halloween season. Cupcakes: Use it as a cupcake topping. Create a circle of candy corn kernels around the rim of the cupcake. You can stand one kernel in the middle of the cupcake. Or create your own patterns. It’s a fun party activity or after-dinner dessert…
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FOOD 101: The Difference Between Ascorbic Acid & Citric Acid

Ascorbic acid prevents cut fruit from turning brown. Citric acid provides tart flavor. And dipping apple slices into honey is delicious. Photo by Tova Photography | IST.   In the previous post, we discussed how to make your own lime juice cordial. The recipe contains citric acid. One of our colleagues wondered, “What’s the difference…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Your Own Lime Juice Cordial

Back in June we wrote about grenadine: How most commercial brands are made of high fructose corn syrup and artificial flavors and colors, and how you can make your own natural (and better tasting!) grenadine with pomegranate juice and sugar. The same is true with lime juice cordial (also called lime cordial, and essentially lime…
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