Thanksgiving is coming up, and my family is already beginning to divvy up the meal responsibilities. Each family brings something for the dinner, whether it’s the potatoes or the cranberry sauce, the rolls or the green bean casserole. I generally offer to bring a few desserts. My mom is REALLY good at making pies, so she will likely bring a few of those, but I like to experiment with new recipes and flavor combinations
In the past I have made flourless chocolate cakes and rich chocolate and coconut pies. This year I think might need to bring some salted caramel into the mix. The great recipe search will start soon. One other new item I will be trying out this year, is grapeseed oil spray. I have used grapeseed oil in the past for frying and sautéing, but I have never used it in spray form.
Pompeian Grapeseed Oil Spray is a light, all-natural cooking spray that can be used in place of other oils or cooking sprays. Besides being a healthy fat, grapeseed oil also has the benefit of a very high smoke point. That means that you can crank the heat without little risk of the oil burning, which is a fabulous benefit for beginning chefs and bakers. Pompeian Grapeseed Oil Spray can be used for all your holiday food, whether you are stir-frying, grilling, sautéing or baking.
Pompeian is currently holding a Baking for Better contest that runs from now until December 6. Enter by following Pompeian on Instagram, uploading a photo to Instagram showing any baked goods that incorporates Grapeseed Oil Spray, using the #Bake4Better hashtag and tagging @Pompeian.
The most innovative photo taker, as chosen by celebrity pastry chef Duff Goldman, will receive a $5,000 donation in the name to their local food bank and a Pompeian gift basket to continue baking better all year long.
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