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August 2013 Newsletter

Pretzel Cake Recipe!

Posted on August 2nd, 2013 by Brandon

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Ah yes, pretzel cake. Our favorite for this time of year. What’s that? You’ve never heard of pretzel cake?! Well, our friends at Yahoo! Shine (6 million circ.) just so happened to feature Silpat® in a pretzel cake recipe created by Christina Tosi,  last year’s James Beard Awards Rising Star recipient. You can view the delicious recipe here, and hopefully re-evaluate your opinions of what a cake should be. Plus, this is a great way to use those leftover pretzel crumbs at the bottom of the bag.

NY Times – Small Apricot Galettes recipe

Posted on August 2nd, 2013 by Brandon

 This month, The New York Times (1.7 million circ.) features a small apricot galette recipe created by renowned cookbook author, Martha Rose Shulman. Her recipe calls for first rolling out pastry dough, which she recommends using a Silpat® for. This is a wonderfully simple recipe, which is meant to show off apricots in season. Click here to try the recipe out yourself!

Silpat® stars in CBS’s “The American Baking Competition”

Posted on August 2nd, 2013 by Brandon

Bake with SIlpatSilpat®  has a starring role in several episodes of the CBS reality series, The American Baking Competition. The contestants, who are home bakers competing for the $250,000 grand prize and a cookbook publishing contract, have used Silpat® throughout the season when baking items from traditional French macarons to signature cookies. To see Silpat® in action in the ‘Making Macarons’ segment,  click here.

Sasa Demarle, Inc. donates 1,000 Silpat® Baking Mats to Philabundance

Posted on August 2nd, 2013 by Brandon

Bake with SilpatLast month, Sasa Demarle, Inc. donated 1,000 Silpat® Baking Mats to Philabundance, a non-profit food bank in the Philadelphia and Delaware Valley region of Pennsylvania. This organization is the region’s largest food bank, and helps to provide food and shelter to those in need through a variety of direct service programs, emergency kitchens, shelters, daycare and senior centers.

One program which will specifically benefit from the donation is the Philabundace Community Kitchen. This job training program boasts 475 graduates to date working diligently to improve their lives by developing the hands-on skills necessary to earn a living in the food service industry. While learning culinary skills, food safety, and teamwork, they also prepare 250,000 meals a year for people in need. William J. Clark, President and Executive Director of Philabundace writes, “Thank you! These will be put to great work.” You can check out our visit to the community kitchen in our albums on Facebook .

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