Articles of interest on gingerbread cookies, gingerbread kits and baking.
Lots of research and experience has gone into the Ginger's Breadboys gingerbread cookie baking kit. We use this knowledge to write articles to share with you on things we find of interest about our gingerbread cookie baking kits.
Look for future published articles on topices such as:
- Molasses - sulphured, unsulphured or black strap?
- Why is baking the ultimate show of love / feelings for another?
- Why is Ginger's Breadboys the ultimate gingerbread man cookie baking kit?
- The History of Gingerbread
- The History (and gruesome details) of the gingerbread man fairy tale
- The trend and popularity of kits and kitting
- The art of Ginger’s Breadboys
- Let’s talk about flour sack towels - is it a tea towel, a kitchen towel, a bar towel, or a dish towel?
- Let’s talk about food coloring?
- Red Hots or cinnamon imperials. Discuss.
- Getting a small business loan and starting a business – the journey, the hassles, the hurdles and the constant feeling of wanting to quit!
- Food lawyers. We all need 'em. We really like ours.
- Finding a copacker and testing a recipe. Why is it so hard?
- Nutrition labeling – why, how, history, and what it all means.
- Making gingerbread dough and how to make gingerbread cookies.
- Baking the Ginger's Breadboys cookies.
- Making royal icing.
- Decorating Ginger's Breadboys gingerbread man cookies and the intricate artwork of decorating gingerbread.
There is more than value in that Gingerbread Baking Kit!
We recognize that our kits may seem pricey. However, we've shopped for these ingredients for over 35 years. Unless you're a regular baker of gingerbread cookies, Ginger's Breadboys cookie kits are an economical choice not to mention convenient. And for a kit that produces over 3 dozen, 5-inch cookies at $1,00 a piece? It's the best buy in town!Read more
Butter or shortening?
Ginger's Breadboys® gingerbread boy cookie kits bases its recipe on a recipe that dates from the 1950s and more than likely well before. The recipe has no attribution probably because it has been handed down from one generation to the next and no one really knows who came up with it. But it specifically calls for shortening and, well, Crisco was the most popular brand of the early 20th century.Read more