This week is our final Wine Wednesday. We’ve had so much fun pairing Wilton recipes and Kendall-Jackson wines, and we hope you have had fun following along!
Welcome to another edition of Wine Wednesday! I’m so excited to take the reins from Stephanie and share another delicious wine and dessert pairing with you all. If you’re just now joining us, check out the first three posts in our series with Kendall-Jackson wine:
1. PASTRY Wheel
Cut a pretty lattice with a pastry wheel. Ever wonder how people get that pretty ruffled edge on a lattice-topped pie? The fluted edge of the pastry wheel makes it easy to get this special effect.
2. pie crust impression mat
Sculpt your way to a fancy fluted edge with the Pie Crust Impression Mat! The edge of your pie will be Instagram ready when you use this impression mat. While there are many routes to a pretty crust, this mat is a super easy way to get a really cool effect. (Seriously, if you’ve ever played with Play-Doh, you can handle this mat).
3. PASTRY BRUSH
For a pretty shine, brush on egg wash to get that shiny golden brown goodness! It’s a simple step, but it makes all the difference for your finished pie.
Ever wonder what it means to blind bake a pie? Here’s a quick glossary for some commonly-used pie terms and pan types.
“Easy as apple pie” is a cliché, but it’s a cliché for a reason! Apple pie is a classic dessert that is easy to master, and there are so many ways to put a twist on the recipe to suit your personal taste. In honor of National Apple Pie Day, here are the 3 different apple pie recipes to help you celebrate; plus tips and tricks for how to bake the perfect apple pie.
Summer may be hot, but we still have plenty of reasons to bake here at Wilton. Below, a few tips for making baking in the summer heat a little more bearable.
I come from a long line of bakers, including my great-grandmother, Elizabeth. My grandmother likes to tell a story about how her nephew, Tom, always loved the center cinnamon roll. One morning, he passed when the rolls came around, saying he was too full. Everyone else at the table knew he was actually hoping they would come back around to him—including my great-uncle, who took the center roll on purpose! (Clearly, I’ve inherited not only my baking ability, but also my contrary nature from that side of the family).