Springerle cookies are quickly becoming a popular choice for beautiful, edible gifts, due to their intricate detail and unique designs. These lovely cookies have a history dating back as far as the 14th century in Germany, and are traditionally prepared for Christmas and other special occasions. Using springerle rolling pins or boards, ornate designs are embossed into the cookie dough before baking.
This Saturday, we will show you our tips and tricks for creating perfectly beautiful springerles using these special molds. We will also explain how to properly bake your cookies using techniques that will help to maintain the intricate nature of the design.
Stop in and bring all your holiday cookie questions!
Getting ready for all the upcoming holiday cooking? Come and learn about the only way to properly cook roasts and the traditional turkeys, as well as other thermometers that are essential in any kitchen.
Joey Baldino: Author Event
Dinner at the Club
Join local chef and author Joey Baldino for a signing of his new book, Dinner at the Club.
In keeping with our family traditions, no festive table would be complete without a platter of crispy pizzelle, those delicious anise-scented Italian wafer cookies.
Today, we’re going to show you all our secrets of how to get perfect pizzelle every time.
Learn helpful methods of greasing your pizzelle iron so your cookies won’t stick, tricks to getting the perfect amount of batter on the plates, how long your pizzelle should bake, and lots more. We’ll also explain proper maintenance tips, to keep your iron in tip-top shape for years to come.
Stop in for a taste and to see a pizzelle iron in action and don’t forget to ask about monogramming your own Palmer Pizzelle Iron!