Great ingredients make for great meals. Whenever you can, use the highest quality supplies for your recipes. The flavor difference will always come through in your finished dish.
If there is an ingredient that you are not familiar with, check our Ingredient section. There are pages and pages of information about the ingredients used in my recipes.
There are two types of brown sugar - Light and Dark. These are now made by combining granulated sugar with molasses and it is the amount of molasses added that determines the darkness of the sugar. Light brown sugar has a more delicate flavor. The recipes on this Web site generally use light brown sugar unless specified otherwise.
There is no significant nutritional difference between granulated (white) sugar and brown sugar.
1 Tbsp. = 34 calories, 0g fat, 0g sat fat, 0 mono fat, 0g protein, 9g carbohydrates, 4mg sodium, 0mg cholesterol