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Are you getting ready for holiday baking? This Handy Baking Conversions & Equivalents cheat sheet is going to be super handy! Tape it to the inside of your baking cupboard for a quick reference. #sponsored
This is a vintage General Mills Cookbooklet from 1947: Learn To Bake: You’ll Love It. It is to help you better use: Calumet Baking Powder, Swan’s Down Cake Flour, and Baker’s Chocolate. Baker’s Chocolate had cool-er packaging back then!
Eggs-actly Perfect Baking - How many eggs exactly does it take to make a great cake? In a traditional 9-inch, two-layer American butter cake, four eggs seem to be the typical number found in most recipes, but other butter cake recipes call for anywhere from 2 to 6 eggs. So what number of eggs is really best?