I'm planning to make candies for the holidays and wondered if anyone knew of a Cape supplier for edible wafer paper (a/k/a rice paper). It's readily available online, so I will order if necessary, but I was hoping for a local source.
Learn to make popcorn in a brown paper bag. This technique is simple, reliable, and delicious! Read more.
Gadget Tip: Grill with Cedar Paper
Jason Fox, executive chef of San Francisco's Commonwealth, grills meat on cedar paper—it gives the food a smoky, wood-grilled flavor. He recommends getting cedar paper online or at your local Asian grocery.
Are your kids obsessed with making their own “slime” creations? (Obviously, we can relate.) If so, they’re going to go nuts for this glittery, next-level unicorn version of edible slime. That’s right, it is non-toxic and safe to eat. Read more.