Unbleached baking paper and baking cups soon followed, and If You Care still ensure that everything they produce is completely chlorine-free and made with as minimal waste as possible. Unbleached Wood pulp from FSC certified sources.
Simply print photos or graphics onto special icing sheets, or wafer paper, using edible inks through a dedicated printer. Whether it’s a photo of a loved one, or a business logo, printing your own edible image is a time efficient way to generate a high-quality finish on your bakes.
These can be passed through one of our Canon printers loaded with edible inks to create a high-resolution photo image that once dry, won’t smudge or rub off. These are the best option for printed photos, the best possible resolution is achieved due to the smooth surface.
Icing sheets are so thin they don’t have much flavor so won’t alter the taste of your creation. Wafer paper is moisture sensitive and the print may be affected if it becomes damp, so for best results apply just before serving.
We can transform your favorite photo into an edible topper for your cake or cupcake in the shape of your choice. We’ll transfer your image onto an edible icing sheet, and if we have your design before noon we will mail it the same day.
Printed images can be produced well in advance, saving you precious time at the decorating stage. At Sugar shack, our aim is to offer a full and complete range of quality cake decorating equipment and ingredients.
We are an independent family run business and have always understood that it is you the customer that helps define who we are, and in what direction we are moving. Please let us know if you are looking at starting up your very own business, and we will help you cost up all the essentials from the cake boards and drums, to the boxes and sugar pastes.
Every time my dad grills hamburgers, he doesn’t season the patties at all, squeezes all the juice out of them, and then wayyyyyy overcooks them. The end result is a weird, dry, falling apart, dark gray hockey puck.
The difference is obvious right after grinding, the smell is stronger and the color is so bright. The ready to use spices that I used to buy from the store have been standing around long enough to lose their flavors and potency.
What I am currently grinding: peppers, cumin, coriander, curium, nutmeg, cloves, fennel seeds, cinnamon. I was braising cabbage for a side dish and added a cube of frozen minced garlic that was probably over a head's worth.
I really like garlic and figured it would be fine, even though the cabbage only amounted to about a quarter of a small head. Edit: I ended up adding a couple of cans of diced tomatoes and turned it into cabbage soup.
She takes a napkin and pulls the cheese off and then just eats soggy tomato bread, and it’s her favorite thing. 15 Money saving cleaning tips using Bicarbonate of soda and lemon juice.
So now that the kids are back at school, and we can pretend that spring is on its way, use the foul weather outside as an excuse to get creative with your cupboard staples and get your home sparkling for next to nothing and without polluting the environment and your home. These two items can be found in most cupboards or can be picked up for next to nothing in most supermarkets and will prove to be invaluable.
Make a thick paste using water and bicarbonate soda and spread over any baked on grease and grime and leave for a few hours or overnight for really tough grease. There are no bad smells, no dangerous chemicals and no harm done if you accidentally turn the oven on while letting it set.
For added cleaning power use a soft brush and rub the baking soda in to the pile. Sprinkle into the toilet bowl and leave for a few hours to remove limescale.
For stubborn limescale marks around the taps make into a paste using water and rub around the offending area. For really stubborn smells or if you are storing food that really smells (curries, onions, Stilton, fish etc) leave the tub in the fridge for the duration of storing these types of food, just stir the contents regularly.
Grease fires can be put out by sprinkling baking soda over the flames. Lemon juice brings chrome up a treat and will remove any stains and marks quickly and easily.
Leave for 10 minutes and any stains, marks and smells will easily wipe away. To remove grease stains from clothing, rub with half a cut lemon and wash as normal.
To clean windows put a few tablespoons into a spray bottle with some water. Clean hard water stains and limescale off of shower screens.
Unclog the drains with a mixture of baking soda, followed by lemon juice. Add the baking soda first, followed immediately by the lemon juice and the foaming action will help unclog the drains quite efficiently.
Shortbread Cookies: In a separate bowl, whisk the flour with the salt. In the bowl of your electric stand mixer, fitted with the paddle attachment (or with a hand mixer), beat the butter until smooth and creamy (about 1 minute).
As you roll, periodically check the top and bottom sheets of parchment and smooth out any wrinkles. Place on a parchment lined baking sheet, spacing about 2 inches (5 cm) apart.
Cool on a wire rack before dipping in the melted chocolate. Chocolate Dipped Shortbread: Place 3 ounces (90 grams) of the chocolate in a heatproof bowl and place it over a saucepan of barely simmering water.
Shortbread cookies with keep in an airtight container for about a week, or they can be frozen. Written by That same box of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) that you have in your fridge is also an inexpensive way to remove odors from clothes, boost detergent and bleach performance, soften clothes, clean an iron and control detergent suds.
However, less expensive detergents that don't contain hard-working enzymes to tackle bacteria need a boost to work more effectively. Baking soda helps to regulate the pH level in the washer's water by keeping it from being too acidic or alkaline.
By adding 1/2 cup of baking soda to each laundry load, detergents can work more effectively and reduce bacteria. Fill the washer tub or a large sink with cool water and add the dissolved baking soda.
If you have garments that need refreshing, and they are not washable, place them in a sealable container like a storage tub with an open box of baking soda. Chlorine bleach is often used to help remove odors and general grime in our laundry.
Baking soda helps to regulate the pH level in the washer's rinse water by keeping it from being too acidic or alkaline. Adding 1/2 cup of baking soda to each rinse cycle acts as a balance to suspend detergent or mineral deposits in the water and keep them from redepositing on clothes that can make clothing feel stiff.
As a natural mineral, baking soda is less harsh on the environment than synthetic fabric softeners with perfumes that mask odors. Unlike synthetic fabric softeners that can interfere with fire-retardant finishes on children's pajamas, baking soda can be used safely.
To remove built-up starch and scorch deposits from the face plate of a cool iron, mix a paste of baking soda and water. Overflowing suds from the washing machine watches funny on TV, but it isn't much fun when it happens to you in the laundry.