Rolling Pins: Ready to Roll | Food & Nutrition Magazine | November/December 2019
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Rolling Pins: Ready to Roll

October 30, 2019 Emily Cooper

In the late 1800s, J.W. Reed patented the dough kneader and roller, which helped bakers and chefs knead and evenly roll out dough while also limiting the contact with food using bare hands.

Cheese Knives: Slice It Right
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Cheese Knives: Slice It Right

August 30, 2019 Emily Cooper

The cheese knife is a must-have tool for the connoisseur and the everyday cheese fan alike. Cheese knives come in many different shapes, forms and sizes, each suited for specific types of cheese.

Why are Golden Berries Gaining Popularity?
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Why are Golden Berries Gaining Popularity?

August 30, 2019 Taylor Wolfram

Golden berries, also known as ground cherries, husk cherries and cape gooseberries, are characterized by their papery outer layer which protects a bittersweet, juicy berry that is golden in color. They are in the same genus as tomatillos, hence the similar appearance.