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That’s what this Kitchen 101 post is all about: the different mixing methods, when and why we use them, and some tips and tricks on how to make your dessert come out perfect every time. As with all of my Kitchen 101 posts, I’ve included a Mixing Methods Poster.
Thought I'd share, because this is one of the best kitchen tricks I've ever learned. To cut corn off the cob, just prop your corn on the center post of your bundt pan (I like to put the narrow end into the hole) and cut away. The bundt pan steadies your cob, and it catches all the kernels so they don't fly all over the place!
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Kitchen 101: Baking Substitutions. A information potluck featuring tips and tricks from over 20 food bloggers and cookbook authors! I don't agree with the baking powder substitution though... I have one from a southern cookbook that works great which is 2 parts cream of tartar to 1 part baking soda.
Need softened butter but it's frozen. Just grate it and then add to recipes etc! What a great idea