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Gardens and Baking Unite!

The soil is turned and warming up for planting. Those soft spring rains may bring tulips and daffodils, but it shouldn’t surprise you our thoughts turn to what we can BAKE with all that’s sprouting— both in the garden and … Continue reading

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How to Make All Natural Homemade Food Coloring

Now more than ever we want to know what goes into our food.  What better way to know than to make your food yourself. Food dye has gotten a bad rap, so if you don’t want to use it or want an … Continue reading

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Bake and Take Month

Sharon Davis of the Home Baking Association sat down with the folks at Kansas Farm Food Connection earlier this month for a discussion about Bake and Take Month. What’s better than baking something delicious? Sharing it with others! That’s what … Continue reading

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Wednesday, March 27th is Whole Grain Sampling Day!

What if there were one day when, everywhere you went, there were opportunities to try delicious whole grain foods? You’d stop into the cafeteria at your workplace, and you’d be offered a taste of quinoa salad. Your teenager would duck … Continue reading

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Bake for Family Fun Month: Week 3

Baking History and Traditions Baking traditions might just start today- they don’t have to be generations old. After all, they have to start sometime, or they’d never make history! (Like the Chocolate Chip Cookie!) Before you read Sofia’s traditions, tweak … Continue reading

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A Must on the 2019 Baking Bucket List

Bread home bakers and bloggers, age 18 or older at this time, from all over the U.S. are entering the National Festival of Breads. Have you considered it? The entry deadline is January 22, so gather your favorite bread ingredients and … Continue reading

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Sugar Association and HBA Celebrate the Art of Holiday Baking

The Sugar Association and Home Baking Association have joined together to celebrate the holiday season by helping you turn your kitchen into a wonderland of fun! Everyday pantry ingredients like flour, sugar, and spices can become a magically delicious world … Continue reading

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The Winner of the 2018 Educator Award Has Been Announced

Congratulations! 2018 Home Baking Association Educator Award First Place Selection: Cheryl Z. Doyle and Louann Moos Family and Consumer Sciences Teachers Pennbrook Middle School North Wales, PA Entry: The Pennbrook Baking Club   Congratulations to this year’s winners!  The Pennbrook Baking … Continue reading

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Bake to Build Learning with Special Needs Children

Summer vacations are coming with teachers and students both glad AND hopeful.  Teachers HOPE their students will USE summer time with their parents, grands, friends and sibs to keep learning.  Students are GLAD to have creative learning opportunities. Baking is … Continue reading

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Bake to Savor those May Celebrations!

With the first brave rhubarb and asparagus pushing up in my garden comes the absolute confidence there will be a bounty of brunches. May has its way of making that happen.  From May Day to Memorial it’s one great opportunity … Continue reading

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