Rebecca Gordon’s Buttermilk Lipstick Presents The Recipe Blueprint: Fruit Diction

The Recipe Blueprint By Rebecca Gordon Editor In Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques Stone Fruits By Rebecca Gordon Editor In Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques Digital Magazine. Summer Tarts Walnut-Plum Galettes. Summer Appetizers By Rebecca Gordon Editor-In-Chief Buttermilk LIpstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques Instructional Magazine. Summer Appetizers Simple Plum Jam By Rebecca Gordon Editor In Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques Instructional Magazine. Summer Entertaining Cooking Baking Tutorials Modern Southern Socials Game Day Entertaining How To Make Summer Fruit Appetizer Galettes RebeccaGordon Pastry Chef TV Cooking Personality Birmingham AlabamaCooking & Baking Essentials

The Profile 

Fruit Diction

Firm, ripe fruit versus ripe fruit. You may ask yourself what does that really mean or you may just buy what is available, not give it much thought, then wonder what happened when your expectation was not achieved. Knowing how to interpret a recipe as to it’s specific meaning & dialog is a crucial component in regards to success or failure in the kitchen. Recipe edit style is essentially your guide as to how a list of steps & instruction should be followed & in a particular order so that the intended result is achieved once the cooking or baking process is complete. The Recipe Blueprint is a new tool that will be integrated as necessary on Rebecca Gordon’s Buttermilk Lipstick in the coming months designed to offer additional assistance to consumers so that success may be achieved each & every time a recipe is prepared. 

Southern-Entertaining-Game-Day-Entertaining-Buttermilk-Lipstick-Tailgating-Rebecca-Gordon-ButtermilkLipstick-RebeccaGordon-Gameday-Entertaining-Tailgating-Recipes-Tailgate-Party-Football-Party-Tailgating-Dips-Tailgating-Appetizers-Tailgate-Dips-Tailgate-Appetizers-Southern-Entertaining-Southern-Hostess-Buttermilk-LipstickFROM THE KITCHEN OF BUTTERMILK LIPSTICK
{testing notes}

How To Interperet Fruit Diction

A simple breakdown of the verbiage & sentence structure will guide you a bit further so the desired results may be accomplished. Hopefully, if you have followed all of the directions as written from a good, quality source, your result should mirror the photographs that accompany it. Conversely, good, quality sources from which recipes may be found should make note of any variance from The Recipe Blueprint during preparations in order to achieve a desired look when published. When there is a breakdown in these key details & consumers try a recipe & do not get the same result, they will look elsewhere for the information they need at a later date. The two recipes featured show how a line of text or copy in a list of ingredients offers very different results. Neither is incorrect however as a consumer, you may be wondering if you did something wrong, particularly in regards to the Plum Frangipane Galette.

Stone Fruits By Rebecca Gordon Editor In Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques Digital Magazine. Summer Tarts Walnut-Plum Galettes. Summer Appetizers By Rebecca Gordon Editor-In-Chief Buttermilk LIpstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques Instructional Magazine. Summer Appetizers Simple Plum Jam By Rebecca Gordon Editor In Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques Instructional Magazine. Summer Entertaining Cooking Baking Tutorials Modern Southern Socials Game Day Entertaining How To Make Summer Fruit Appetizer Galettes RebeccaGordon Pastry Chef TV Cooking Personality Birmingham Alabama

Game-Day-Entertaining-Buttermilk-Lipstick-Tailgating-Rebecca-Gordon-ButtermilkLipstick-RebeccaGordon-Gameday-Entertaining-Tailgating-Recipes-Tailgate-Party-Football-Party-Tailgating-Dips-Tailgating-Appetizers-Tailgate-Dips-Tailgate-Appetizers-Southern-Entertaining-Southern-Hostess-Buttermilk-LipstickThe Recipe Blueprint

When it comes to stone fruits in particular & baking pies, tarts & galettes, it’s important to know what kind of result you can expect from the degree of ripeness of them. Since they are more delicate that apples & pears, firm, ripe fruit versus ripe fruit language may be used to help identify to consumers as to what they should look for when purchasing these fruits. 

Nectarine Galette By Rebecca Gordon Editor In Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques Instructional Magazine How To Make A Galette By Rebecca Gordons Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques. Summer Entertaining Cooking Baking Tutorials Modern Southern Socials Game Day Entertaining RebeccaGordon Pastry Chef Birmingham Alabama TV Cooking Personality Southern Hostess Summer PartiesNo. 1

Nectarine Galettes

The Nectarine Galettes recipe calls for 4 firm, ripe fresh nectarines {about 1 pound}, pitted & thinly sliced. What does that truly mean? For a galette that bakes more contained & looks neater in appearance, look for nectarines that are firm when choosing them from markets. Pick up the fruit & gently press it between your fingers. It should not give very much at all. The best way to slice fruits that fall under the category of firm, ripe is to cut sections away from around the pit. It can generally be accomplished in four portions. Those portions may then be sliced thinly & fanned out over pastry dough.

Plum Frangipane Galette By Rebecca Gordon Editor In Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques. Summer Tarts, Galettes Pate Sucree By Rebecca Gordon Editor In Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques. Summer Entertaining Cooking Baking Tutorials Modern Southern Socials Game Day Entertaining RebeccaGordon Pastry Chef TV Cooking Personality Birmingham Alabama Southern Hostess Southern Entertaining How To Make Fruit GalettesNo. 2

Plum Frangipane Galette

The Plum Frangipane Galette recipe calls for 5 ripe, fresh plums {about 1 pound}, pitted & quartered. For a galette that bakes a bit more wild, look for plums that are soft in hand when choosing them from markets as they will be good & juicy. Pick up the fruit & gently press it between your fingers. It should have some give to it & be certain these fruits will be used within a day or two as they will only get softer the longer they stand. The best way to slice fruits that fall under the category of ripe is to slice the fruit in half from stem end to stem end. Once open, remove the pit then quarter them or cut them into eighths. 

The Tune
“Prelude To A Kiss” Billie Holiday

social butterfly
instagram: buttermilklipstick
facebook: Buttermilk Lipstick
twitter: Buttermilk Lipstick@ButtermilkLips
{college football} Rebecca Gordon@TidefanFare
pinterest: Buttermilk Lipstick
Rebecca Gordon

Be sweet. 

About Rebecca Gordon

* Southern Born * Southern Bred * Tailgate Queen * Southern College Football Fanatic * SEC Tailgate Strategist * Southern Recipe Writer & Sometimes Novelist * Half-Hour Hostess * Media Personality * Houndstooth Hound Owner * Small Town Dreamer * Big Idea Doer * 3rd Generation Pimiento Cheese Fixer * Casserole Maker * Budweiser Drinker * Bourbon Cocktail Sipper * Peanut Butter Love Affair * Cookie Monster * Calorie Burner * Retainer of Useless Pop Culture One Liners * Terrible Dancer * Even Worse Singer but doesn't care * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Rebecca Gordon shares over 20 years of cooking knowledge in the instructional filled original editorial content on Buttermilk Lipstick as well as the cooking class format videos that can be found on her YouTube channel through regular collaboration with numerous media outlets. Gordon draws from an extensive background in corporate publishing spanning over 13 years on both the business and editorial side focusing on women’s southern lifestyle. She is a classically trained pastry chef and draws from fine dining restaurant experience from a James Beard award winning chef as well as her southern roots upbringing to share cooking, entertaining & style content relevant to today’s modern woman.

,

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply