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1. Baking Basics: Beating Egg Whites
Many recipes ask for beating egg whites. Beating egg whites is a very delicate thing because you can over beat them or under beat them and some call for sugar while others call for no sugar. It can be a little overwhelming but it doesn't have to be if you know the right way of doing it! Pastry Chef Emily Luchetti shares all the terminology and things to look for in beating eggs in this Grokker Premium video.
2. Christmas: Side Dishes and Turtle Pumpkin Pie
Thanksgiving dinner is at your sister's house this year. Let us give thanks! Tracy Metro for the Kraft Kitchens shares ideas for what you can bring to Thanksgiving dinner and how to get it there it there in one piece.
3. Baking Basics: How to Make Pastry Cream
One of the fundamentals of baking is knowing how to make Pastry Cream. If you don't know how yet, don't worry: Pastry Chef Emily Luchetti shows how easy it is and once you learn the basics you can make many different variations. You can substitute granulated sugar for brown sugar or add coffee, cinnamon, rum, or even citrus! The variations are endless. This is a must-watch Grokker Premium video. It'll help you when you want to make Boston Cream pie or even Banana cream pie.
4. Baking Basics: A Lesson in Baking Terminology
Ever wondered what beating, whipping, and folding means in the baking world? You hear chefs say it all the time! Pastry Chef Emily Luchetti demonstrates the meaning of various baking terms to improve your baking knowledge and understand every recipe. Grokker Premium video in the Baking Basics collection by Pastry Chef Emily Luchetti.
5. Separate Egg Yolk with Plastic Bottle Trick
Separate egg yolks with an empty plastic bottle trick!
6. Expert Tip: The One-Handed Egg Crack
Increase your efficiency in the kitchen and impress your friends with this technique for cracking an egg with one hand.