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SMEG Stand Mixer

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A feast for the eyes, the beautiful retro designed SMEG Stand Mixers are available in 5 irresistible colors; styled to look just like we were in Bubbie's kitchen. But, trust us, these are not Bubbie's appliances. The colors and retro design are superb, but the contemporary functionality and ease... Read more...

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Salute the USA!

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Celebrate the 4th with this beautiful, creative, healthful and seasonal dessert:
Pineapple, Watermelon and Blueberries.
Yes, it's ok to serve it alongside two... Read more...  

Hot Idea for Hot Dogs

 

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For the 4th of July...spiral cut your hot dogs. So easy to do - more surface for mustard, onions and relish.
Watch this video to see how:

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Red Star PLATINUM Yeast
Sampling/Baking Competition Winners

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We are delighted to announce the winners of the Red Star PLATINUM Yeast baking competition:

Grand Prize:  Judy Stern, Soft Onion Rolls.
Prize: A PLATINUM wood cutting board and apron, PLATINUM yeast for a year (52 packages), and a $50 King Arthur Flour Baker’s Catalog gift card.

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                          Photo: Soft Onion Rolls by Judy Stern

Runners Up: 
Prize: A PLATINUM wood cutting board and apron, along with 12 packets of PLATINUM yeast.
Diane Krutsch, 60 Minute Dinner Rolls

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   Photo: 60 Minute Dinner Rolls,by Kiane Krutsch              

Lynn Teichman, No Knead Bread

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          Photo: No Knead Bread by Lynn Teichman

All of the recipes we received were wonderful and it was not easy for us to select the ones we submitted to Red Star for the final decision.

And how did Linda and Kelly from Red Star make the final decision?
"For judging the entries, we looked at content, pictures and their experience using our Platinum yeast.

We loved reading about Judy Stern’s excitement to try the Platinum, and also about her success with the product.  Her soft onion rolls were beautiful and would make a great addition to a holiday dinner or for leftover sandwiches.

Lynn Teichman made a recipe using whole wheat flour, which we loved.  She had incredibly detailed photos of the bread making process and we liked how she showed two different ways to make the breads.

Diane Krutsch had nice comparison photos of rolls made with Platinum and with another yeast. The Platinum rolls looked so light and fluffy!"

We thank everyone who entered – the quality of the recipes and the accompanying pictures were terrific. We have some very good bakers out there. KosherEye thinks that every entry was a winner. We have posted the three winning recipes, and plan to post more in the coming weeks.

 
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