liddlemaedae:

Candied Rose Petals© Photo by Eric Wolfinger
1 pasteurized egg white beaten with a little water (prepared meringue powder or a simple syrup will also do)
Granulated sugar
Rose petals, rinsed and patted dry
A small brush (a watercolor brush will work just fine)
Whip egg white until frothy. Using your small brush, paint the egg white onto each side of the petal. Roll the petals in the sugar to coat evenly, being careful not to coat the petal too thick. Leave on waxed paper to dry for a day. They may be stored for a few months in an airtight container, without losing flavor or fragrance.

liddlemaedae:

Candied Rose Petals
© Photo by Eric Wolfinger

  • 1 pasteurized egg white beaten with a little water (prepared meringue powder or a simple syrup will also do)
  • Granulated sugar
  • Rose petals, rinsed and patted dry
  • A small brush (a watercolor brush will work just fine)

Whip egg white until frothy. Using your small brush, paint the egg white onto each side of the petal. Roll the petals in the sugar to coat evenly, being careful not to coat the petal too thick. Leave on waxed paper to dry for a day. They may be stored for a few months in an airtight container, without losing flavor or fragrance.

(Source: indigo-lezebel, via thelavababe)

teamheichou:

allthegayships413:

jumpingjacktrash:

the-rain-monster:

weeheartfood:

Marshmallows dipped in melted butter, then cinnamon sugar, wrapped in crescent rolls and baked. They’re called Hocus Pocus buns because the marshmallows disappear! YUM is understatement!

OMFG.

i want to try this wow

i made these in foods class, they are marshmallow puffs, and they are heaven.

but what if they were fried because I am impatient

teamheichou:

allthegayships413:

jumpingjacktrash:

the-rain-monster:

weeheartfood:

Marshmallows dipped in melted butter, then cinnamon sugar, wrapped in crescent rolls and baked. They’re called Hocus Pocus buns because the marshmallows disappear! YUM is understatement!

OMFG.

i want to try this wow

i made these in foods class, they are marshmallow puffs, and they are heaven.

but what if they were fried because I am impatient

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gnorcs:

pleiadic:

gnorcs:

why are mini m&ms so much better than normal m&ms 

because there’s this thing called the square-cube law (x) which basically says that as volume decreases, so does the surface area, but not as quickly (by the square of the scaling factor, instead of by the cube), which means that smaller m&ms have a higher candy:chocolate ratio than normal ones

i was gonna call u a nerd… but.. thats actually….kinda…interesting

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