Know Yo' Dough - Baking Tools, Tips, and Techniques
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Know Yo' Dough Intro1:06
Background on Becky Sue0:52
The Importance of Quality Ingredients0:59
Top 10 Baking Tools2:00
Lemon Poppy Seed Shortbread Cookies Part 16:54
Lemon Poppy Seed Shortbread Cookies Part 28:16
Lemon Poppy Seed Shortbread Cookies Part 32:43
Maple Walnut Scones Part 17:35
Maple Walnut Scones Part 24:10
Maple Walnut Scones Part 35:03
Lemon Herb Dinner Rolls Part 16:09
Lemon Herb Dinner Rolls Part 29:52
Lemon Herb Dinner Rolls Part 34:19
Know Yo' Dough - Wrap Up. Thank You!1:54
About This Class
Great baked goods begin with a carefully crafted dough. In this class, I'll share with you the importance of using quality ingredients in your baking and go over my top 10 essential baking tools. Then, I will demonstrate my most valuable tips, tricks and techniques throughout the mixing, shaping and baking processes. I'll introduce you to 3 of my favorite recipes and walk you through them step-by-step, incorporating the tools and techniques you need to succeed as a baker. You'll Know Yo' Dough and be baking up a storm in no time!
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Love it! Highly recommend this class to anyone learning to bake or enjoys baking. I am not good at baking so I was watching it to teach my son who loves to bake. Very easy to follow instructions and the instructor keeps holding your interest throughout the class. Highly reccomend!!!
Know Yo' Dough was fabulous! Becky Sue did a fantastic job facilitating each lesson. I felt like she was really in the room with me and was impressed by her poise, humor and outfit! Also, the video was so professional! I am timid in the kitchen but with her tips, explanations and expertise I will grab a glass of wine and confidently try my hand at her recipes.
Becky Sue Wilberding is a food photographer and stylist. She develops her recipes, bakes her goods, and shoots the stunning photos seen on her website, BakingTheGoods.com.
I'm a West Coaster to the core, raised in rural Eastern Washington but Portland is home. I left my heart in San Francisco (more specifically, Oakland) and I'm currently soaking up the sunny Central California coastline of Santa Barbara. With stunning landscapes, diverse climates, creative and unique folks and a laid back approach, the left coast is a melting pot of constant inspiration and comfort for me.
My professional career has spanned the disciplines of interior design, production design and graphic design but I’ve found that I am most passionate about photography, especially within the culinary arts. I started getting more serious about baking 8-ish years ago, after years of being chained to laptop for hours on end. I began to break up all of that screen time by getting my hands dirty in the kitchen and exploring the world of baked goods. Over the years, that hobby has become a passion of mine that led me to eventually create my recipe blog, bakingthegoods.com.
My vision with Baking The Goods is simple; provide a space that features approachable recipes for the home baker, through step-by-step instructions from a do-it-yourselfer. As a (mostly) self-taught baker, I know how overwhelming baking can be to the beginner. I do my best to break down the recipes into visually informative little morsels packed full of tips and tricks.
I am a big proponent of keeping it real. Life is meant to be lived in and things occasionally get messy. I prefer to embrace the realness and let the natural wear and tear of life shine through in my work. I do my best to communicate an all natural aesthetic throughout my photography and design work.