A great thin and crispy chocolate chip cookie is delicious, not particularly difficult to bake and can please a wide variety of customers.
Nostalgic pastries and other desserts are a great source of inspiration when it comes to crafting modern treats that customers of all ages will enjoy.
Let’s examine just a few examples of how restaurants are using technology to augment management and contribute to the dining experience.
Baking at high altitudes means potentially making a number of adjustments, but the issues that occur at 3,000 feet and above are entirely solvable.
Better-for-you desserts are increasingly popular among a variety of eaters. How can you build such options into the menus you offer to your customers?
Choux pastry dough is a key component of many dishes in French cuisine and beyond. Learn what makes this dough unique along with key tips for preparing it.
Opportunities abound for online pastry students who want to add a new dimension of flavor and complexity to the otherwise simple but delectable croissant.
Blossom and thumbprint cookies are both bakery classics that are easily made and adapted to create intriguing new treats for customers.
If you’re an online pastry student who hasn’t yet forayed into the world of pound cakes, get ready: This is your crash course in one of the most simple and revered pastries.
Boulder culinary students interested in expanding their pastry menus, or just experimenting with new international cuisines, should try their hand at making this delicious Canadian classic.