DIY 4 Ingredient Poison Apple Recipe from Simply Delicious Food. Apples, corn syrup, water, sugar and gel food coloring. I like this site because they have the best conversion site. For more unique Halloween party food go here.
I have never used gel food coloring.I usually use paste food coloring (never liquid) because it’s more vivid and lasts FOREVER. You can get it at Michaels using a coupon.
- Liquid gel gives a deep, rich color without thinning and blends well. It is available online and in specialty stores.
- Liquid is the most familiar form of food coloring. It gives the weakest color compared to other types of food coloring and, because of its liquid consistency, it will thin out whatever it is being mixed with.
- Gel-paste gives deeper, more vivid colors than gel or liquid. It is very concentrated and should be used in very small quantities.
Powdered Food Coloring
- Powdered food coloring is very concentrated. It can be combined with sugar to decorate cookies, and with lemon extract to paint onto iced cookies (just roll cookies in it to color them).
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Labor Day Travel Essentials
What every guy should pack for the long weekend ahead
Who’s looking forward to the three-day weekend? We sure are! Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer and the beginning of school, and kicks off football season. So, before the weather starts to cool off and you head back to the grind, take advantage of the holiday weekend and spend your time outdoors.
In preparation for the long weekend ahead, take note of these Labor Day travel essentials and stock up on the ones you need today! Click the pic to see which brands we love.
2) Be Shady
4) Smell Fresh
5) Slip it On
Where are you taking off to this holiday weekend?
The idea behind the “Time Sliced” Project was to photograph iconic world buildings at sunset and capture the changing light from day to night in a single image. Experimenting with a few different kinds of processes I came up with the “Sliced” idea. I decided to Slice time and light showing the progression of the day from left to right.