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How to Make Strawberry Shortcake with Lalese Stamps

Ceramicist Lalese Stamps (of @lollylollyceramics) shares how she makes Strawberry Shortcake and a trick for how to hull strawberries. 

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Lalese Stamps, founder of Lolly Lolly Ceramics based in Columbus, Ohio, creates modern handmade ceramics. When she's not in the studio, Lalese likes making desserts, like the quintessential summer treat: Strawberry Shortcake. The combination of a crumbly cake, fresh whipped cream and ripe strawberries make this dessert a winner. But, it also makes for some work.

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Hulling strawberries is a bit tedious, so Lalese uses a Strawberry Huller to quickly and efficiently remove strawberry hulls without wasting any precious fruit.

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Lalese says, "I definitely missed the baking memo during quarantine last year so lately I’ve been really into baking and growing my kitchen tools...Lately I’m all about using items that make my life a little easier and this huller fits the bill. Definitely made the prep time for the strawberries so much more seamless than using a knife!"

Head to Lalese's feed to see how the Strawberry Shortcake(Opens in a new window) comes together.


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