Friday, July 15, 2011

what's the history behind Baking

We all like cakes and pastries. Cupcakes are especially popular because of their fastidiousness and idiomatic goodness. Cupcakes are the latest trend in baking and other special occasions such as tea parties, gatherings, parties and holidays. Baking is a long time. Nobody knows for sure whether the date or year when the containers were invented or discovered. Stone Age people used a paste of wild grasses, grains with water and then cooked it on a stone heated in the fire. There is recorded evidence of baking and pastry, bread and cake, as the Babylonians, Egyptians and Greeks.

Baking flourished during the reign of the Romans. Bakers and confectioners were evaluated employees and was groomed in the rest of the waiters. Beloved novels banquets and parties and cakes were cooked in large quantities for these occasions. Many of the baked goodies we enjoy today can be attributed to the Roman bakers and pastry chiefs. The art and science of baking, then spread throughout Europe and Asia through the Roman Empire. In contrast to the history of baking in general, is the story of the cupcake is still shrouded in mystery. There is no real evidence, and therefore no concrete answer to the question where they came from or who created them.

There is some evidence indicating the history of the cupcake. Cupcakes began to appear in cookbooks in the years 1790-1800, but it was not until 1826 that the phrase appeared in a cupcake recipe. The term refers to the measuring cup system, cups instead of scales used to measure the ingredients. There is also a version where the cake was prepared cups, hence the name cupcakes. These are the two origins of the word cupcake. Through the 19th century cupcake evolved in America. It is believed that the reason she was such a revolutionary dessert is because of the huge time saver in the kitchen.

As the popularity of cupcake grew several varieties were developed and tested in the market. More flavors, different varieties and colors and unique names associated with the area they came from that province or country. They were also known as number pies to help remember the measurements of each ingredient. Today the Muffin has been a pop culture trend. Today cupcakes served with whipped cream and sprinkled with herbs. After observing the history of the cupcake and baking, there's one thing we can be sure. The cupcake with its delicate and subtle flavor is here to stay. The Cupcake has a template, with its taste and color, depending on the person.

Here is a basic cupcake recipe. Line muffin tins with Muffin papers. Mix one and three quarters cups all-purpose floor and a quarter cups sugar, two and half teaspoons baking powder and one teaspoon of salt. Gradually mix in half cup softened butter and two-thirds of a cup of milk, an egg and a teaspoon of vanilla essence. Pour into muffin tins and bake until springy on top.

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