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Without the treatment the researchers used, the raspberries don't keep their structure when baked in a muffin (left). With the treatment the researchers used, the raspberries baked better (right).

Researchers make raspberries easier to use in baking

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter March 11, 2021

A WSU research team developed a treatment to make frozen raspberries more desirable in baked goods. The berries are primarily grown in California, Washington and Oregon, and are growing in demand. However,...

Thanksgiving pies are some of the year’s best, but they’re not all equally good. Here’s some favorites.

OPINION: Thanksgiving’s best pies

GRACE LAPIERRE November 19, 2020

Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful, but it is also a time to eat. For me, pie is one of the best parts about Thanksgiving, especially since my first time having a pumpkin pie was at Thanksgiving a few...

Elizabeth Nalbandian traveled from Jerusalem to Pullman in the pursuit of studying baking. Since then, she has studied abroad and became involved in the Carson College of Business.

‘This is like the movies’

ANNIE HAGER July 7, 2020

From family inspiration to mindless scrolling through Pinterest, Elizabeth Nalbandian started learning to make pastries when she was a young girl. Pastry-making became a passion for Nalbandian while...

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