- JAM SCROLL YUM! // Real Living;Jul2013, Issue 89, p156
A recipe for the Jam Scroll Yum is presented.
- Thinking Outside the Cake Tin. Healey, Ian // Food Marketing & Technology;Apr2015, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p1
The article focuses on the celebration of birthday with cakes which is prepared by using food ingredients, marshmallows and chocolate sticks and designed using colors to enjoy celebration of peoples birthday.
- Break an egg! // Woman's Day (Australian Consolidated Press);1/6/2014, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p56
Several recipes for eggs including Egg & salami pizzas, Baked salmon & egg pots, and Tuna & za'atar scotch eggs are presented.
- The Sweetest SEASON. Riell, Howard // Frozen Food Age;Sep2001, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p42
Reports on the strong sales of frozen pies. Supermarket sales for the total pie business for 12 months ending June 17, 2001; Increase in sales of Mrs. Smith's brand; Factor that affected the frozen cake category.
- Upper crust. Postlewaite, Kimbra // Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery;May99, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p18
Looks at the effort of bakers to lure shoppers to the pie market during the off-season. Examples of pie products offered by bakers, such as Sara Lee Bakery and Table Talk Pies; Products in the dessert case; Pie manufacturers which are tempting consumers with their pie packaging.
- Weave a lattice crust. // Sunset;Aug2006, Vol. 217 Issue 2, p98
The article offers tips on how to make a lattice piecrust.
- Crazy for crumbles. // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);7/20/2015, p56
The article presents baked crumble recipes including Breakfast Rhubarb Apple Crumbles, Chocolate Mandarin Crumble Tart, and Peach Melba Crumble Cake.
- How to makeâ€¦Perfect pavlova & other egg desserts. Plummer, Jennene // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);5/3/2010, Vol. 62 Issue 18, p66
The article presents several recipes for egg desserts including classic pavlova, lemon meringue tart, and pavlova roulade.
- soufflÃ©. Morton, Mark // Cupboard Love;1997, p285
An encyclopedia entry for "soufflÃ©" is presented. It refers to a light, egg-based dish heated in an oven until it puffs up, and derives from the Latin source as the word flatulence, the name of an eructation that proceeds from the nether end of the alimentary canal. The source of both words...