Matty Matheson's Doughnuts Are Too Good to Share with Trick-or-Treaters
What’s a little egg on your garage door if it means you don’t have to give these caramel glaze creations to a kid wearing a Star Wars costume?
An NYC Candymaker Is Putting Famous Art Inside Lollipops
How many licks does it take to get to the center of an 18th century masterpiece?
You’ll Need Four Hours and a Pillowcase to Make This Dumpling
The “clootie dumpling” is a fruit-filled Scottish dessert, traditionally wrapped in a pillowcase and steamed for hours. “It will always take anyone back to their family kitchen,” says Glasgow chef Jak O’Donnell.
Britain Can’t Resist America’s Baked Goods
According to new market research, sales of traditional British baked goods are falling, as the country develops a taste for American-style cookies, muffins, and brownies.
This 200-Year-Old Marzipan Factory Makes an Entire German Town Smell Like Candy
Real-deal marzipan is still made the old-fashioned way in Lübeck, Germany, where an army of candy artisans is preparing for the holidays.