November 15, 2019

LloydPans Extends Cyber Monday through Cyber Week

Get your computers booted up and your shopping lists together, because Cyber Monday will be here before you know it! For those of you on the nice list (OK, we’ll allow a little bit of naughty, too), we have a great deal that will extend past Cyber Monday (this year […]
November 13, 2019

Pumpkin is the Pie of Choice Across Thanksgiving Dinner Tables

A Thanksgiving staple, pumpkin pie is key to most dinner tables during the uniquely American holiday. We’re obsessed with versatile uses of the orange gourd through the fall months, racing to the market for the first decorative pumpkin centerpiece of the season, to pumpkin carving parties. But, the way to […]
October 31, 2019

The Second Rise of Bread

Could it be that carbs aren’t as forbidden in mainstream America as they have been in recent years? Is the buttery, crunchy, delectable loaf on the rise once again? We’re happy to report that not only is bread back on the upswing, but is dubbing the re-rise of bread […]
October 25, 2019

Scary Unique Halloween Baking Ideas

Trick-or-treating is a time-honored tradition, but do you know how far Halloween parties date back? November 1, designated way back in the 8th century, is the day to honor the saints. All Hallows’ Eve, or Halloween as we colloquially know it, is the time for festive gathering and eating treats […]
October 21, 2019

Great British Bake Off Ideas for Your Bakery

After a decade of demands of no soggy bottoms, puddings (no, not the JELL-O kind, the British variety), great bakes, tent meltdowns and pure television entertainment from a select elite of amateur home bakers, Americans have been engrossed in the Great British Bake Off (GBBO) competition.  Throughout the years, we’ve […]
October 18, 2019

An Ode to National Pizza Month

Who can we thank for our something-for-everyone, have-it-your-way slice? The word “pizza” itself goes back to 997 CE, first mentioned in a Latin text written in southern Italy. Alexandre Dumas, author of The Three Musketeers, noted in 1835 that the Naples, Italy-based poor ate nothing but pizza in the winter. Some […]