Join Us on Monday, December 12th, 2022 at 7:00 PM (central) via Zoom!
Her work can certainly be described as “biblical.” And Rose Levy Beranbaum is certainly one of the most sacred figures in all of cookbook publishing. Please join us as Rose delivers a sweet sermon about her latest scripture, The Cookie Bible. And she’ll do a lot more than tell us how a cookie crumbles. Just sit tight in your pew as Rose regales us with crisp comments about cookie history, her own history, and then preaches baking tips that will save your soul. And be sure to offer your kitchen questions to Rose. Her answers will surely prove to be a blessing. Amen!
Bio: Rose Levy Beranbaum has been called the “Diva of Desserts” and “the most meticulous cook who ever lived.” She is an award-winning author of 13 cookbooks, including The Cake Bible, which is now in its astounding 60 th printing. She is a popular guest on major TV, such as The Today Show, Martha Stewart, The Food Network and PBS. And she’s a frequent contributor to The New York Times and all the major food magazines.
Rose pioneered the reverse creaming technique of cake-making. In this process, the fat and flour are mixed first before adding the remaining ingredients. By coating the flour in fat, gluten development is inhibited, helping to prevent toughness. This is in contrast to the usual creaming technique, which first mixes fat and sugar.
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