How to Cut a Recipe in Half | Just A Pinch Recipes
Are you trying to figure out how to cut a recipe in half and aren't sure the exact measurements? This graph will help you do just that.
DIY Spice Round Up: 9 Make Your Own Spice Recipes - One Hundred Dollars a Month
I feel so liberated since I started making my own spice mixes. Sounds silly, I know. But I used to hate it when I had a dinner plan, only to open the cupboard and find out I was missing an essential spice. Now I just make them myself. They are a lot easier than you’d Read More >>
The Original Instant Pot Cooking Times Cheat Sheet
I've made a few useful updates to my printable Instant Pot Cheat Sheet – like cooking times and pressure release info – and you can download it for free!
All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt. | Just A Pinch
"All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt."
Sous Vide Cooking Guide, Sous Vide Cooking Times and Temperatures:
SOUS VIDE COOKING GUIDE Cooking Times & Temperatures Sous vide cooking is a fool-proof way to bring a given food to its perfectly cooked temperature. This cooking charts provides the target temperatures for your desired doneness, and the recommended cooking times are provided by food type. But perfection, to a degree, lies in the taste of the beholder. One cook might consider the perfect medium-rare steak to be found at 134°F (56.5°C), while another’s might be a few degrees higher or lower…
How To Dehydrate Garlic — Plus Making Garlic Powder
Step by step instructions on how to dehydrate garlic and then make garlic powder. Includes tips for peeling garlic and storing dehydrated garlic.
How to Oven Dry Fresh Herbs | Scratch Mommy
Drying homegrown fresh herbs requires no special equipment and tastes so much better than store bought! Read on to find out how to oven dry fresh herbs.
Guide to Cooking With Spices
Adding herbs and spices to your culinary efforts can do wonders in the way of bringing out the flavors of their ingredients. While the words "herbs" and "spices" are often used interchangably, the herb refers to leafy portions of the plant, and spices are the product of any other part. Many are easy to grow at home; starting from seeds or a small plant can save money and add to your homemade dishes and salads. For those who are interested in honing their cooking skills or get
Bobby Flay's Dry Rub
I seen Bobby Flay's on a show and he gave this dry rub. I use it on everything and it doesnt matter what it is it turns out good.
Best Dry Spice Rub for Chicken, Beef and Pork
The Best Dry Spice Rub for Chicken, Beef and Pork is a must for your next barbecue; it has the perfect blend of ingredients to up your BBQ game!
The Advantage of Home Cooked Meals
There is nothing quite so invigorating as having home cooked meals on a regular basis. It seems that experiencing such regular fare is not only good for the individual from the standpoint of good nutrition, but it is good for the psyche as well. When the...