Baking Conversion Chart
Growing up in the US and learning how to bake in the UK I'm pretty comfortable using both the cup form of measurement and measuring by weight. Personally, I prefer to weigh my ingredients in grams.
Measurement Conversion Chart
I recently saw an awesome conversion chart idea where the conversions are put on to the inside of a kitchen cupboard door with vinyl and then there are little hooks where each measuring cup or spoon hangs. This is to save space by not having to have a drawer full of measuring cups and spoons, and
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Common Food Substitutions - Free Printables!
Do you ever begin a recipe and then realize that you do not have all the needed ingredients? Yep, this has happened to me several times. Because I like to try new things, this doesn't always stump me. Yet, sometimes I am not exactly sure how much of a substitute ingredient to use. To make those times a little less stressful, I decided to make a chart of common food substitutions. I keep my list in a very visible place - on the inside door of a cupboard. While I was at it, I made a few more…
Vintage "Round-the-Clock" Cookbook and Heirloom Weights & Measures Conversion Chart
Today, I have decided to share one of my much-loved vintage cookbooks, The Around the Clock Cookbook, which was published in 1935 and remains one of my favourite vintage books for old-fashioned recipes, step-by-step photos of cookery techniques and the rather fascinating advertisements of the day.