Joined 5 years ago
Hello, all! I'm Jenni, and I'm happy to be here on Squidoo. I was a Special Education Teacher for many years. Then, I left the profession to go to culinary school for baking and pastry. I've been a professional pastry chef, and I now spend my time writing food science and related articles for several food websites, including my own. I successfully (and quickly) sold our house in Central Florida, so I wrote an ebook about how I did it. My lenses reflect (hopefully) my diverse interests, from cooking and baking to selling a house to teaching. Hopefully, I will also write some lenses about my hobbies and other interests.
8 years ago
The creaming method is one of several ways that you can mix ingredients to make a cake or cookies. It is probably the most prevalent method written about in cookbooks, and, when done correctly, the resulting cake will be light and tender. There are...
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