16 Cooking Tips You Need To Know

16 Cooking Tips You Need To Know. Cooking tips and tricks to make your cooking time in the kitchen faster, easier, with more delicious results. You won't want to miss these secrets to a better cooking experience.


16 Cooking Tips You Need To Know

Cooking tips and tricks to make your cooking time in the kitchen faster, easier, with more delicious results. You won’t want to miss these secrets to a better cooking experience:



30 Second Shredded Chicken – I Am That Lady

Bread Baking 101 – Baking With Yeast – Roxana’s Home Baking

The Easy, No Soak, No Scrub Way To Clean Your Dirtiest Dishes – It’s A Fabulous Life

How To Blind Bake a Pie Crust – A Family Feast

How To Cook From Scratch – Living a Frugal Life

How To Cut Open An Acorn Squash

How To Make Lard

How To Make a Taco Shell Bowl – A Family Feast

How To Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs Views From The ‘Ville

No Mess Cheese Grating – Thrifty Jinxy

Quick Fixes in the Kitchen – Two Chics and a Blog

Pizza Tips Farm Fresh Feasts

Secret Tip #1 For Flavorful Sauces and Gravies – Frugal Living Mom

Secret Tip #2 For Flavorful Sauces and Gravies – Frugal Living Mom

Storing Fresh Herbs – Off Tract

Tips For Great Biscuits – Two Chics and a Blog


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12 Tips For Better Baking

12 Tips For Better Baking. Looking for new tips and tricks to make your baking easier? Better? More efficient? These 12 Tips For Better Baking are just what the pastry chef ordered!




12 Tips For Better Baking

Looking for new tips and tricks to make your baking easier? Better? More efficient? These 12 Tips For Better Baking are just what the pastry chef ordered!

Easiest Way To Make Whipped Cream – Ever!

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe

Heavy Cream Substitute – The Coupon Challenge

How To Chop Nuts Easily

How To Grease and Flour a Baking Pan

How To Make Castor Sugar

How To Make Colored Sugar

How To Make Vanilla Extract

How To Soften Brown Sugar – How To Have It All

Melting Chocolate Using a Crock Pot + Mason Jars – Framed Frosting

Secrets and Tips For Perfect Cut-out Cookies – Home In The Finger Lakes

Time Saver Tips: Cutting In Butter for Recipes – Mission to Save


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Five Go To Seasonings and Spices

Five Go To Seasonings and Spices. Spices bring out the flavors of meats and vegetables turning plain foods into culinary masterpieces. Every cook has their favorite spices. In our family, Hubby is the cook. Here are the Five Go To Seasonings and Spices he would be lost without!




The 5 BEST! Go To Seasonings and Spices

Spices bring out the flavors of meats and vegetables turning plain foods into culinary masterpieces. Every cook has their favorite spices. In our family, Hubby is the cook. Here are the Five Go To Seasonings and Spices he would be lost without!

Five Go To Seasonings and Spices. Spices bring out the flavors of meats and vegetables turning plain foods into culinary masterpieces. Every cook has their favorite spices. In our family, Hubby is the cook. Here are the Five Go To Seasonings and Spices he would be lost without!


Chef Paul Prudhomme’s Magic Seasoning Salt Free Blend – great for Cajun seasoning recipes, as well as gumbos. It is a bit sweet, so it is unique.

Cheyenne Powder – because he likes things hot and spicy (like me!)

No Salt Seasoning – he uses this because it is a cheap, spicy thickener. Since he gets this at the dollar stores, he feels it is well worth the price.

Tony Chachere’s Salt Free Seasoning – has salt substitute like no salt, but it is much less expensive. The negative is if you inhale it while using the Tony Chachere’s Salt Free Seasoning, it makes you cough. A lot.

Trader Joe’s 21 Seasoning Salute – fancier version of the original Mrs Dash

I am an extremely plain cook, so seldom venture further from salt and pepper for my cooking. But, I am the baker in the family, and have my own 5 Go To Seasonings and Spices that I would never be without:

Allspice – dried unripe fruit of Pimenta dioica ( a tree in found in warm climates)

Cinnamon – I use it for baking, making the house smell great, in cider, mulled wine… so very many uses!

Cloves – basically what I said for cinnamon. A very functional spice!

Cream of Tartar – how in the world could I not name a spice that is a bi-product of wine making!? (It formed on wine barrels during fermentation – it comes from tartaric acid, a naturally occurring substance in grapes, and helps control the pH of fermenting grapes while acting as a preservative for the wine.) It is a stabilizer for whipped cream and meringues, and in frostings to prevent crystallization. I guess it isn’t technically a spice, but I always think of it as such.

Nutmeg – dried, ground nut seed of the Myristica species of trees. I use nutmeg in a lot of fall and winter baking.

What are your 5 Go To Seasonings and Spices?


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