Print out a selection of free cooking and baking guides including Kitchen Measurement Conversion Chart, Common Substitution Guide, Reducing a Recipe Guide and Internal Temperature Guide. Never wonder again how to half a recipe, what the proper internal temperature of pork should be or how many pinches make a teaspoon! Print out these easy to follow free cooking and baking charts today!
While I am not always the most organized person, this post takes the cake. I had these uploaded and ready for posting before Christmas last year!!! I was going through my blog media files, and found these in May of this year, made a mental note to get them posted, and again promptly forgot about them. Shesh. So when I came across them in my files again last week, I immediately set about writing up this post so I would not forget… yet again.
I can’t imagine what it is gonna be like around here when I really get old. I am going to be one of those people with lists of where I keep my lists.
And to top it all off, I DO keep a blog calendar. It is penciled in six months in advance with generic topics (recipe, craft, gardening, etc.), and then reworked a few months out with actual titles, an outline, and more. I do allow for last minute changes, but my schedule is usually set pretty far out. Heck, I have already started scheduling 15 Days of Holiday Sweets posts that will run in December!
Needless to say these conversion charts slipping through the cracks – twice no less! – was totally out of charterer.
Printable Cooking and Baking Guides
I do hope you print and use these. Laminate them and use a magnet to hold them on your refrigerator so you never have to search for a conversion again! Or simply print as on paper and leave them in your recipe box or cookbook.
• Click here to print the Kitchen Measurement Conversion Chart, Common Substitution Guide, Reducing a Recipe Guide and Internal Temperature Guide. This is the chart you really want to print out and laminate!
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• You might also enjoy these FREE Printable Recipe Card, Meal Planner and Kitchen Labels
I hope you can use these free printables!
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