Geode cakes are incredibly impressive but don't have to be complicated. We've provided simple, step-by-step instructions (with images) that make the process so easy that these culinary masterpieces no longer need to be reserved for extravagant parties and weddings!
This Vanilla Bean and White Peach Sparkling Wine Cocktail with flecks of Edible Gold not only looks stunning, but it is also absolutely delicious—perfectly fruity and fragrant without being overwhelmingly acidic or sweet. It's an excellent substitute for that brunch mimosa.
Gold leaf sheets are often used as an adornment for pastries and sweet treats. We rarely see the edible metal embellishing more savory delights, though. In this post, we decorate the party favorite of baked brie with gold using loose leaf sheets.
Edible Silver Foil, or Vark, is a culinary embellishment used to adorn both sweet and savory dishes. In the past, it was primarily used in South-Asian cuisine but has recently garnered attention in fusion foods globally. If you are an edible silver foil novice, though, there may be some serious hesitation—questions that need to be answered before taking a metallic leap of faith in your gastronomic escapades. I’ll do my best to answer those questions here!
Gold is one of the most expensive and highly desired metals on the periodic table of elements. It’s also quite delicate and the most malleable metal in known existence. But should it be used for culinary purposes? This post mines the science, safety, and purpose of edible gold and provides 10 ideas on how it can be used.