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Recipe Lab: How to make a Caramelized Apple Tarte Tatin

From Recipe Lab by Julia Moskin, learn how to make a delicious Caramelized Apple Tarte Tatin, also known as Foolproof Tarte Tatin, "a gloriously simple but often misunderstood French confection of apples, caramel and ...

Automated Cake Icing and Decorating Machines

Cake-decorating robots! We generally prefer the whimsy and unique details that happen when humans decorate cakes, but this cake finishing equipment from food service manufacturing company Unifiller is interesting to w...

Making Baklava at İmam Çağdaş

Go behind the scenes at İmam Çağdaş, the famous restaurant in Gaziantep, Turkey that's been making baklava since 1887. The Perennial Plate teamed up with FoodieTV to show how İmam Çağdaş turns handmade, paper-thin fil...

How to make Strawberry Rhubarb Sorbet in ice bowls

Not only does this recipe for Strawberry Rhubarb Sorbet start in a garden and end up looking delicious, but it's served in ice bowls. ICE BOWLS. File under DIY, these temporary bowls -- made with thyme, rosemary, ...

Numberphile: The Scientific Way to Cut a Cake

This "scientifically correct way" to cut a cake will not work for birthday parties, where the cakes are often consumed too quickly by kids and adults alike, but it may be absolutely perfect for the "mathematical loner...

Olive Us: How to Make Snoball Cookies

Maude, Olive, and Betty of Olive Us make Snoball Cookies with the help of filmmakers Tiger in a Jar. You can find the recipe here.

Olive Us: How to Visit a French Bakery

How to Visit a French Bakery by Olive Us. via DesignMom.

Elephantine: How to make an Apple Galette

The Apple Galette, a beautifully illustrated how-to video by Rachel Ball of Elephantine. The detailed recipe is at Too Much Food.

Stop-Motion Biscuit Cake: A chocolate biscuit cake that makes itself

"…Dee joked that she has made her legendary chocolate biscuit cake so many times now that the ingredients could make it by themselves." And so begins the idea behind Alan Travers’ f...