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Special Tips for Using the Ankarsrum Stand Mixer

Jul 02, 2014 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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This coming Saturday will be the first of five special bread recipes with specific details relating to the Ankarsrum stand mixer. I'm delighted to report that this sturdy mixer can knead a larger than usual amount of stiff bread dough so my first recipe offering is for a double batch of bagels!

There will also be step by step photos of all recipes. Here are a few ideas and tips for using this excellent heavy duty mixer.

When using the Ankarsrum for mixing bread, I start on low speed, which is the space between the first and second marking, to mix the dough just until the ingredients are incorporated and all the flour is moistened--1 to 2 minutes. When kneading the dough, I then choose the space between the second and third space.

Unless doing a very large amount of dough I use the roller/scraper attachment set at about 1/2 inch from the side of the bowl. The adjustment knob will hold firmly in place so in order to remove the roller easily, all you have to do is move the arm that holds the roller forward very slightly and then the knob will turn easily.

People have asked how the Ankarsrum functions for cakes and cookies. We plan to experiment in the near future but in the meantime I asked advice from Ashley McCord whose family is the long time US distributor. The following is her helpful hints:

"The Ankarsrum does a wonderful job using the plastic beater bowl with the batter whips for cakes and icing. You MUST always use softened butter or cream cheese though. The black plastic gear that the balloon whisks and the batter/cookie whips attach to on the double whisk bowl are not designed for hard, cold butter, or very stiff batters. I will also use the batter whips for small, light batches of cookie dough. If you are wanting to make a large batch of triple chocolate chunk or oatmeal cranberry cookies with the extras (nuts, dried fruit), then use the stainless steel bowl and roller/scraper to mix that up. For creaming the butter and sugar, I like a higher speed. Then when I start adding my dry ingredients, I like the slowest speed so that the flour doesn't poof out all over my counter."

A Few of My Favorite Things

May 17, 2014 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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Check out the new presence on our blog home page, left side bar. It is the portal to some of the equipment which I find indispensable for baking and cooking. There are two main categories:

Rose's Family of Products

and

Products I Recommend

I've added links to make it easy to find everything on-line. You will also be able to explore other available products within each product line.

Blissful Baking, Rose

The Rose Scale by Escali

Apr 12, 2014 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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As most of you know, I am a major proponent of weighing ingredients rather than using volume. My first book, The Cake Bible, was the first cookbook for the home baker to use ounces and grams as well as cups. That was over 25 years ago and gradually the wonderfully precise and near effortless process of weighing for baking has caught on.
I knew that it was here to stay when Escali, maker of the finest scales for laboratory and home baking, contacted me about producing a scale with my name and criteria.

The Rose Scale is a beautifully designed scale of the highest quality and durability. Its weighing range of up to 13 pounds/6 kilograms in increments of 0.1 ounce/1 gram which is ideal for baking and cooking.

The scale can be operated by A/C adaptor as well as by battery. When operated by battery, it has an automatic shutoff, but when using the optional adaptor, the scale stays on until it is turned off, which I prefer because the scale doesn't inconveniently time out when I am in the middle of weighing and get distracted for a few minutes. The scale is small and compact, not taking up much counter space.

The Rose Scale's adjustable-angle backlight display is easy to read even when using pans that are larger than the platform, which is easily removable. The display and the buttons are sealed to protect against accidental spills. There is also a tare button to remove the weight of the container and each ingredient after it is added.

Escali Rose Levy Bakeware Digital Scale - Multi-Purpose - Rose

My Favorite 7 Inch Mini Pie Plate

Oct 12, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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Recently, Melinda from Mississippi posted a question on the blog about how to use my mini pie plates. She was concerned that they appeared so shallow. My answer was that I found it was a lovely proportion of crust to filling when I baked in it and posted the following notes:

Roll the dough under 1/8" thick. i used about 100 grams/3.5 ounces and rolled it to 9 inches. I used 1/4 recipe of my cherry pie and found it needed more so I recommend 1 cup of fruit filling.

Here are her lovely results! My only suggestion was to roll the crust a little larger to allow for shrinkage.

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Rose Levy Bakeware Pie Plate - Mini 7 Inch - Fluted - Red

My Top Favorite Pouring Spout Cool Handle Measuring Pot

Sep 14, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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New Metro Rose Levy Beranbaum Pouring Spout Cool Handle Measuring Pot, 3-Quart

If you only had one saucepan in the kitchen it would have to be this one. The flared sides of this durable 4 quart saucepan facilitate reduction of liquids, and the airtight cover makes it ideal to store the contents after cooking and cooling. It is truly one of a kind as you can prepare, cook, and store all in this one pot.

The pot has a capacity of 3.5 quarts. It has a cool touch handle, quart and liter inner measurements, an easy pourspout, and a heavy gauge non-reactive stainless body suitable for all cooking surfaces including induction.

The Rose Levy Beranbaum Pouring Spout Cool Handle Measuring Pot is also available at Bed Bath and Beyond on line.

My Top Favorite Double Boiler

Sep 07, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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New Metro BANH-RLB Rose Levy Beranbaum Double Boiler, 1.5-Quart

This 2 quart double-walled pot, with an internal water chamber for safely heating and keeping water hot or at a gentle simmer without steam, is my pot of choice for making lemon curd, cream sauces, and even for melting chocolate.

The pot is made of polished stainless inside and out. It has a capacity of 1.75 quarts with flared rim for drip-free pouring, and inner wall measurement markings. The double wall stainless construction ensures no burning, scorching or boiling over. The flip-top lid makes for easy filling. The double boiler is suitable for all cooking surfaces including induction

The Rose Levy Beranbaum Double Boiler is also available at Bed Bath and Beyond on line.

My Top Favorite Juicer

Sep 04, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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NewMetro Design Rose Levy Beranbaum JuiceLab Manual-Style Citrus Juicer, Rose colored

This juicer has the perfect shape for easily extracting maximum juice. It also has precise built-in measurements both on the container and the storage lid.

The JuiceLab juices 5 ounces of citrus. It works easily by crushing lemon, lime or small oranges while not ripping pulp, delivering maximum juice. It is ergonomically designed for hand or table use. The pressure cap is used for storage and measuring up to 1 tablespoon of juice. The JuiceLab fits all refrigerator doors. It has a drip-free pouring spout and non-slip O-ring on bottom.

The Rose Levy Beranbaum Juice Lab is also available at Bed Bath and Beyond on line.

My Top Favorite Crepe Pan

Aug 24, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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ROSE CREPE AND PANCAKE GRIDDLE

I use this pan for so many things it has a permanent place on my cooktop. Not only is it the perfect crepe pan and pancake griddle, it is also great for sautéing The ceramic nonstick surface is so smooth and slippery I don't even need to use butter or oil to prevent sticking.

The pan has an 11 inch cooking surface with slightly sloped sides, cast stainless steel cool touch handle, heavy gauge non-reactive stainless body suitable for all cooking surfaces including induction

The Rose Crepe and Pancake Griddle is available at Bed Bath and Beyond on line.

My Top Favorite Mixing Bowl

Aug 17, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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NewMetro Design Rose Levy Beranbaum Line MixerMate Bowl

This rose bowl is the ideal ergonomic shape for using a handheld electric beater or whisk. It whips cream at record speed with no need to chill the bowl or beaters.

The bowl is 3 quart capacity, with ergonomic 4 sided pouring, non-skid feet, tall walls to prevent spatter and is perfect for all hand electric mixers and hand whisks. It is deal for beating eggs, meringues, whipping creams or cookie batter. Its funnel shaped design speeds mixing by up to 30%.

The Rose Levy Beranbaum MixerMate is also available at Bed Bath and Beyond on line.

My Top Favorite Zester

Aug 08, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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This micro grater fits in the palm of your hand and works perfectly for citrus zest, Parmesan cheese, chocolate, and even mincing garlic without retaining odor. I place it on my kitchen scale, tare out the weight, and know exactly how much zest I have for my recipe.

Did you know that the flavor of garlic is related to how it is chopped or minced? Putting it through a press results in a bitter flavor. Chopping or grating the garlic offers the best results. To use the zestnest to mince a clove of garlic, simply peel the garlic, hold it toward the stem end, and run it back and forth over the blades. The perfectly grated garlic is contained in the little container underneath which makes cleanup up a breeze. Be sure to put the ZestNest® in the dishwasher to remove all traces of garlic aroma.

NewMetro Design Rose Levy Beranbaum ZestN'est Zester, Rose Colored

The Rose Levy Beranbaum Caramel Pot is also available at Bed Bath and Beyond on line.

My Top Favorite Caramel Pot

Aug 01, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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I designed this 1.75 quart pot to be perfectly sized and shaped for making caramel, sugar syrups, and sauces. The chemical-free light grey ceramic based nonstick coating is environmentally friendly and does not pose the risk of emitting toxic fumes. It releases all food more easily than any other cooking surface, which ensures maximum release of caramel and other sticky syrups.

I find myself reaching for this little pot for things that are sticky such as oatmeal or other cereals, as well as for making side dishes such as wild rice, stringbeans, or just about anything that is designed for a dinner for two.

New Metro CMLP-RLB Rose Levy Beranbaum Caramel Pot, 1.75 Quart

The Rose Levy Beranbaum Caramel Pot® is also available at Bed Bath and Beyond on line.

My Top Favorite Baking Tool

Jul 25, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in Epicurious

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Is there anyone who has a stand mixer who does not yet know about or have the most indispensable attachment for it: The Beater Blade. If not, click on this link and tell me it it doesn't change your baking life!


NewMetro Design Rose Levy Beranbaum Beater Blade for KitchenAid Tilt-Head Mixer, Rose Colored


Click on this picture for the 5-Quart KitchenAid Lift Mixdf BeaterBlade



Click on this picture for the 6-Quart KitchenAid Lift Mixer BeaterBlade

Rose BeaterBlade® continuously beats, scrapes, folds and mixes ingredients for KitchenAid® stand mixers making BeaterBlade one of the most efficient tools in today's kitchen.

It virtually eliminates hand-scrapping and food build-up on sides and bottom of bowl. When mixing is complete, BeaterBlade doubles as a spatula. Perfect for quick breads, cheesecakes, chocolate chip cookies, cake & cupcake batters, frosting, gum paste, butter mixtures & more. The unique patented "Wing-System" design scrapes sides and bottom of the bowl while it mixes. BeaterBlade incorporates ingredients 100% for perfect consistency every time. BPA Free, made in the USA

The Rose BeaterBlade® is also available at Bed Bath and Beyond on line.

The Fante Book Signing and Demo

May 21, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose in APPEARANCES

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It had been many years since I last visited my favorite kitchenware shop in Philly and what a joyful homecoming it was! Fante's is located right in the middle of the vast Italian market. Bob Trinque and I drove down together and after finding a rare parking place were tempted by all the produce, sausages, and homemade cheese. But more exciting still was the incredible display of cookware at the store.

It couldn't have been lovelier visiting with old friends, meeting new ones young and older, and showing off the new Rose™ line. And after the demo, Mariella Esposito treated us to the biggest and best Philadelphia cheese steak ever. I can't wait to go back for a longer visit!

NewMetro Design New Rose™ Line Has Arrived!

Sep 23, 2012 | From the kitchen of Rose in Equipment

It is so new it's not even in the stores or online yet but if you call NewMetro: 800-624-1526, and ask for the New Rose™ Line you can place orders using a credit card.

Alternatively, you can wait until October when it will be available in stores and on line around the country. Here's a preview of the line (You can also check out the site directly for more information):

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BeaterBlade
I consider this piece of equipment to be the most significant invention and improvement to baking since the stand mixer or food processor. Not only does it save time, it also mixes more thoroughly than the standard paddle attachment.

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This micro grater fits in the palm of your hand and works perfectly for citrus zest, Parmesan cheese, chocolate, and even mincing garlic without retaining odor. I place it on my kitchen scale, tare out the weight, and know exactly how much zest I have for my recipe.


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JuiceLab
This juicer has the perfect shape for easily extracting maximum juice. It also has precise built-in measurements both on the container and the storage lid.

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MixerMate
This rose bowl is the ideal ergonomic shape for using a handheld electric beater or whisk. It
whips cream at record speed with no need to chill the bowl or beaters.

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CaramelPot
I designed this 1.75 quart pot to be perfectly sized and shaped for making caramel, sugar syrups, and sauces. The chemical-free light grey ceramic based nonstick coating is environmentally friendly and does not pose the risk of emitting toxic fumes. It releases all food more easily than any other cooking surface, which ensures maximum release of caramel and other sticky syrups.

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Double Boiler
This 2 quart double-walled pot, with an internal water chamber for safely heating and keeping water at a gentle simmer without steam, is my pot of choice for making lemon curd, cream sauces, and even for melting chocolate.

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Cook & Store
If you only had one saucepan in the kitchen it would have to be this one. The flared sides of this durable 4 quart saucepan facilitate reduction of liquids and the airtight cover makes it ideal to store the contents after cooking and cooling.

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Crêpe and Pancake Griddle
I use this pan for so many things especially sautéeing, it has a permanent place on my cooktop. The ceramic nonstick surface is so smooth and slippery I don't even need to use butter or oil to prevent sticking.


America's Test Kitchen Video of Rose's Heavenly Cake Strip!

Aug 25, 2012 | From the kitchen of Rose in Rose's Products

I'm pleased to report that while I was away on vacation, my dear cousin Elizabeth Granatelli happened to catch a Sunday program which included Chris Kimball demonstrating how to bake an even layer cake that unmolds well. I was delighted to discover that he recommended using my silicone cake strip!

paste this link into your browser to see the entire segment.

http://www.americastestkitchen.com/video/?&docid=37696

Rose Levy Beranbaum Bakeware Rose's Heavenly Cake Strip, Silicone

If you click on this red link above it will take you to Amazon where they are available for purchase.

The MixerMate from NewMetro Design

Jul 28, 2012 | From the kitchen of Rose in Equipment

Hector Wong sent me these great photos of how he uses the MixerMate with the hand mixer for which it is designed. I love the MixerMate for beating whipped cream as the shape of the bowl creates a tornado-like action bringing the mixture to the beaters and whipping cream with record speed without having to chill the bowl and beaters.

Hector's photos illustrate how well it works for cake batter too. I'm especially impressed with the different positions in which he rests the mixer in or against the bowl which shows off its stability.

The Rose Line includes the bowl in rose! I can't resist calling it "the rose bowl"! The shape of the bowl is ergonomically inspired to enable one to pour from both sides and to grasp it easily but it also reminds me of the shape of a rose petal. Lovely!

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Scenes from The Chicago Housewares Show (IAH)

Apr 14, 2012 | From the kitchen of Rose in Special Stories

It's been several years since I attended this show but I remembered the shear immensity of it. Just about every manufacturer of kitchen equipment and anything remotely related to it is represented here (in the hundreds). Chicago's McCormick Convention Center is the largest in the country and walking the aisles is a major expedition and adventure.

This year's show was very special for me because, for the first time, I had my own booth for The Rose Line™ as part of NewMetro Design.
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Walking the show and standing by my booth to meet the reps, reviewers, potential customers, and old friends was old home week. Matt, one of the reps, actually brought along the Pie and Pastry Bible for me to sign, saying that he won first place in three pie contests using my sour cream pie crust from the book!

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Of course the first person I visited was Robert Laub at Harold Imports and was rewarded with the great display of my pie plates, now available in four colors! I was delighted to discover that they will soon be distributing my products, including the Rose's Heavenly Cake Strip in the UK.

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Just a short walk from the NewMetro booth we discovered Fat Daddio's booth. We had a great conversation with owner Gregg Skipper and learned that they are the company that made the Parrish Magic Line pans I've listed in my cake books. They now have an extensive selection of pans and baking equipment. Close by was my long-time friend Lisa Mansour's of NY Cake & Baking--the go to place for bakers and cake decorators in New York City.

The booth next to us, the Wine Doctor, who shares Robert Trinque, marketing and sales, presented a device for wine preservation, which works so well it deserves a separate posting of its own (to come).

We were thrilled to have a visit from J. Randall Owen, president of ThermoWorks, producer of the Thermapen thermometer. I told him how highly I value his thermometer but that I wished it didn't have an automatic shut-off. He gave us the invaluable information that the newest model (the one with the round battery) has 4 switches in the battery compartment and if switch #3 is turned to the off position, it stops the auto shut off!

One of the most exciting discoveries at the show was at the Kitchen Aid booth where we viewed the new 14 cup food processor that has a thickness adjustment for the slicing blade easily accessible because it is located just above the controls on the front of the machine, plus a low starting speed choice option which prevents liquid ingredients from splashing up to the cover. I can't wait to try it but it won't be on the market until August.

Sassafras, creators of La Cloche clay bakers, has a new pot called The Bread Dome designed specifically for No Knead Bread. The rounded and glazed bottom container gives a lovely shape to the bread and makes unmolding a breeze.

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Another major show highlight was the discovery of USA Pans that has taken over the Chicago Metallic line (the former source for some of my favorite cake pans) and improved upon it!

We were delighted to visit the Bröd and Taylor booth where Michael Taylor and Julie Dykstra were demoing there wonderful bread proofer for the first time at the show.

After working so hard each day we all looked forward to two dinners I had arranged many weeks in advance. Saturday night was Frontera Grill, one of my dear friends Rick and Deanne Bayless' not to be missed Latino restaurant. As the weather was exceptionally mild, we opted to walk over. Chicago is such a beautiful city, especially at night.

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We so enjoyed the night's special of chipotle glazed short ribs and tastes of everyone else's dinner we were not even thinking dessert but pastry chef Jennifer Jones offered us 4 fantastic desserts that we couldn't resist so we dove in. Pictured here with Jennifer Jones is Gary, owner of NewMetro, and his assistant Cheryl, who are eagerly anticipating the desserts.

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Sunday night, on the recommendation of photographer Ben Fink, we had dinner at the Girl and the Goat. Again we overindulged in myriads of appetizers and main courses. My dear friend Elizabeth Karmel, of Hill Country, who lives part time in Chicago, recommended the chickpea fritters which was my favorite dish of the evening but the escargot ravioli were amazing, and the goat belly was better even than any pork belly I've ever tasted. I wanted that to be my last taste of the evening but was curious about the dessert of gingerbread, cranberry sorbet, and candied ginger. We decided to share it 7 ways and laughed hysterically when we saw how small it was but it provided a perfect portion of one spoon per person.
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We are so excited about the evolving Rose Collection™ product line, which will arrive in stores and on line in June or July of this year. We look forward to the IAH as an annual event and reunion with our new family of NewMetro.


Press Launch for the Rose™ Collection with NewMetro Design

Mar 10, 2012 | From the kitchen of Rose in Rose's Products

Last week on Wednesday we celebrated the press launch for my product line--one of the most important and joyful events of my life. Gary Fallowes, president and founder of NewMetro is the creator of the popular BeaterBlade®.

Gary's uncle Michael flew in from San Diego (and I mean literally flew in as he pilots his own jet!). Here he is with Gary and me just before my demo began.

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Also very present were Gary's mom, two sisters, cousin, my husband Elliott, Bob Trinque (Sales and Marketing) and, of course, the press and many close associates including the much esteemed Marion Nestle, and cake decorator par excellence Ron Ben Israel (who as a lovely surprise brought along Cynthia Peithman, a former student of mine who is now a teacher at the French Culinary Institute!).

Gary began by thanking everyone for coming on such a rainy night and quoted his mother as saying "the best things happen in the rain."

I began by saying that it was fitting we should launch our product on Leap Year evening as it represents the leap of faith we took joining forces. I went on to tell the story of how many years ago I asked my inventor uncle Nat, designer of the Movado Museum Watch, how to create and market an electric ice cream scoop, and how he started talking about prototypes (a word I needed to have defined) and made no effort to help me. I explained how after all these years it is such a joy to have a partner who believes in my ideas and makes them realities.

Gary went on to share the story of how it was that we met and after seven years of mutual admiration became partners in the new product line. He ended by expressing most sincerely and eloquently his appreciation of having me in his life by saying "I love you Rose." This inspired me to share that we have the ideal relationship--one in which he thinks he is the lucky one and I think that I'm the lucky one!

For my demo, I made the Lemon Poppyseed Cake from Rose's Heavenly Cakes to show off the beloved BeaterBlade® (which means never having to say 'scrape the sides of the bowl' again, the new ZestN'est™, and JuiceLab™. The accompanying lemon curd cream served to show off the Rose Double Boiler™ (with self-contained water), and the Rose MixerMate™ illustrated how ideal it is to beat with an electric hand held beater and to whip cream quickly without having to chill the bowl or beaters.

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I also made Chantilly Crêpes in the new Rose Crêpe and Pancake Griddle™ with porcelain finish so slick even the clarified butter resisted sticking to it. Finally I made caramel in my favorite new Rose Caramel Pot™ with the same finish that I designed to have high sides to prevent spattering and a small diameter appropriate for the usual amounts of caramel and syrup required for most recipes. This makes it possible to get a deeper immersion of the thermometer for a more accurate reading. The incredibly slick interior makes it easy to ensure that almost all of the syrup gets out of the pan and into the mixture.

Today I am at the Chicago Housewares Show for the official launch of the new product line. It will be available in stores by this June. Of course I will be announcing it here on the blog. If you would like a preview of some of these products, I have written blog postings beginning with the BeaterBlade® underneath the equipment section in categories.

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The Rose's Perfect Mini Pie Plate

Feb 18, 2012 | From the kitchen of Rose in Rose's Products

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Here is the link to Amazon where you can find the 7-inch version of my pie plate with fluted edge pictured above:


Rose Levy Bakeware Pie Plate - Mini 7 Inch - Fluted - Red

Cook's Illustrated Seal of Approval

Dec 19, 2010 | From the kitchen of Rose in Announcements

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I'm pleased to report that the January/February 2011 issue of Cook's Illustrated, page 25, listed my Rose's Heavenly Cake Strip as their "pick."

Purchasing My Products

Nov 14, 2007 | From the kitchen of Rose in Rose's Products

There have been many requests regarding where my products can be found.

U.S. Orders:
If you purchase from Amazon, a small amount of the purchase prices goes directly to me:
Rose's Heavenly Cake Strips
Rose's Perfect Pie Plate
Rose's Sweetheart Crème Brûlée Set

These also will be permanent links on the main page of the blog under equipment.

International Orders:
If Amazon carries an item, they will ship out of the U.S., but if Amazon is temporarily out of stock, and routes you to another purveyor, it is unlikely that they are set up to ship abroad at the present time.

Product Line: Rose Levy Bakeware

Oct 15, 2005 | From the kitchen of Rose in Equipment

I'm pleased to announce my association with Harold Import Company. Harold Import is distributing my new line called Rose Levy Bakeware™.

Rose Levy Bakeware™ represents my vision for the ideal bakeware that has been brewing in my imagination for years. I'm proud to offer these new design concepts for you to enjoy in your home.

Rose's Perfect Pie Plate
Rose's Perfect Pie Plate is the first product to be developed and I am very proud of it. It has a deeply scalloped border which effortlessly creates a beautiful crimped crust. Also available is Rose's Sweetheart Crème Brulée. Recipes for my favorite pie crust and three variations of crème brulée are below.

If you are a member of the trade, please contact Harold Import. If you are a consumer, look for Rose Levy Bakeware™ at fine kitchen and gourmet food stores near you. It is also available on line at CyberPantry.com, Fantes.com, and LaPrimaShops.com

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