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July 2012

"How do you measure flour after it is sifted? It would be so messy to then put it back into the measuring cup!" The easiest way to measure flour after sifting is to sift onto a piece of (waxed) paper and then use that to transfer the flour to a dry measuring cup. This is likely how your grandmother would have done it. Read more →




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Oh, Nuts! A Sticky Problem

Heating maple syrup with lime juice makes for sticky results. Read more →




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Working the Odds

My husband cooked chicken breasts on the barbecue grill yesterday. We put the remaining breasts into the refrigerator soon after pulling them off of the grill, around 3:00 pm. At 4:00 am, my daughter pulled the chicken out of the fridge to make a sandwich and forgot to put the other breasts back. My husband found them at 5:30 a.m.... Read more →




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