TIP OF THE DAY: Make Syllabub For Dessert

Syllabub sounds like the sister of Beelzebub. But the words are totally unrelated.* Beelzebub is Satan, syllabub is a rather angelic Old English dessert. Cranachan is the Scottish name for a similar dessert. Originally made with milk or cream that was sweetened with sugar, then lightly curdled with wine, the roots of today‚Äôs syllabub date…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Yogurt Parfait

Turn everyday yogurt into a yogurt parfait. Photo courtesy California Milk Board. If you have parfait or sundae dishes, use them to enjoy your yogurt, granola and fruit instead a regular bowl. It turns everyday yogurt into something festive for breakfast, a snack or dessert. Layer the ingredients for an attractive visual presentation. 1. First…
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