Pancake Day!

What’s the best pancake topping? More pancakes! As it is coming up to Shrove Tuesday, or as us food lovers call it – PANCAKE DAY (yay!), we have researched, tested and tried how to make the perfect pancakes. So if you want to make the fluffiest-lightest-most-perfect pancakes in the world, please read on. Did You […]

Nick Nairn on the Thermapen in Foodepedia

Nick Nairn article on Foodepedia using the Thermapen® to make the perfect crème brulée.   “…We tackle the crème brulée first. And this is the point of cookery courses. It’s not just about working through the recipe; it’s equally about the snippets of information you pick up along the way.   As Nick says, no […]

The Pink Whisk Honeycomb Recipe

How to Make Honeycomb – by Ruth Clemens of The Pink Whisk     It’s called lots of things – honeycomb, hokey-pokey, sponge candy – whatever you call it it’s the stuff that’s inside a Crunchie, and I often get requests for this recipe.  Very quick and easy to make and a perfect bonfire night treat. […]

Jordy Houtman’s Pitch Black Forest Gateau

History of this family cake and why it’s so special This family cake is a combined recipe from two families. One is English, the other one Dutch. The Dutch family loves a good rich chocolate cake with cherries.. and liqueur. The English side of the family loves their victoria sponge cake. Everyone loves both. This […]

Tempering Chocolate – Edd Kimber

Tempering chocolate might sound like a tricky and unnecessary step in a recipe, but with a SuperFast Thermapen® and tips from Great British Bake Off’s Edd Kimber it’s simple.   Why temper chocolate? Edd: “It’s a process that makes chocolate set properly, so that it’s smooth and shiny with a firm texture.” “If chocolate is […]