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Posted in Explore and Discover on December 2, 2021 at 7:45 am
Here’s the science behind chocolate-covered cherries: the center liquifies inside the chocolate coating. This can make for a fun discussion, especially if you have young helpers in the kitchen. Kids may not believe you at first, but you can drop some culinary science. […]
Tags: adults, baking, candy making, cherries, chocolate, cooking, crafting, holiday, recipe, recipes, teens
Posted in News on November 20, 2018 at 6:00 am
By Erin Dodge I’ve made a few cakes and cupcakes for birthday parties over the years, usually from a box mix and a tub of frosting. Inevitably, my cake turns out lopsided, my cupcakes are dry, and the frosting is half-melting off the side. I realize that the last one happens because I start baking […]
Tags: adults, art, baker, baking, buttercream, cake decorating, chocolate, classes, cookie decorating, cooking, creator in residence, cupcake decorating, DIY, edible art, fondant, food, frosting, hobbies, teens, The Food Network, The Lab
Posted in Business and Careers, Explore and Discover, For You on November 5, 2014 at 6:00 am
By Aileen Luppert The Flour Mill, located just outside of Spokane’s lovely Riverfront Park, has been a place of fun, funky shops, and tasty treats since I was a little girl. About seven years ago, the Chocolate Apothecary joined the tenants in the Flour Mill and has been serving specialty chocolates, gourmet drinking chocolate, and […]
Tags: chocolate, Chocolate Apothecary, history, q&a