The gummy-like, clear liquid that forms inside the eggs and surrounding the yolk. Making up about 60 percent of the liquid weight of the egg, the egg white is an excellent source of protein and it has no cholesterol. All of the egg's cholesterol is contained within the yolk. An egg white turns to an opaque white as it is beaten or cooked. Beaten egg whites are used in many baked items and desserts, providing volume, thickening the ingredients and acting as a leavening agent.
White chocolate, coconut, and macadamia nuts combined together to make one irresistible cookie. Decorated for the holidays, this delicious cookie will be the first to disappear from your holiday treat tray.
White asparagus is sweeter and milder than green asparagus. White asparagus is popular in Europe; in the U.S., it's a more of a specialty item. Look for it at farmer's markets or the produce section of gourmet grocery stores.
This soft textured White Creamy Frosting recipe is thick enough for piping and creating shapes. It will remain soft and when made with butter, it has a rich flavor. Because of its ability to hold its shape, it works well for cake, cupcake, and cookie decorating.
Make this a Red, White, and Blue summer with some of these ideas to add color to your celebration. Whether you are celebrating Memorial Day, the 4th of July, or welcoming our troops home, you will find these suggestions will add just the right touch to you special occasion.