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100 Greatest Cooking Tips (of all time!) : Chefs

100 Greatest Cooking Tips (of all time!) Food Network Magazine asked top chefs across the country for their best advice. Check Out All of the Handwritten Tips from Food Network Chefs. My cooking really need help!

100 Greatest Cooking Tips (of all time!) : Chefs : Food Network

100 Greatest Cooking Tips (of all time!) : Chefs

No cry onion

How to Dice an Onion Correctly and a tip from a Food Network Prep Chef on how not to cry (Always leave part of root end in tact. Light a candle & set near cutting board PRIOR to cutting onion.

Not freezer meals but 31 Things you can freeze, some didn't occur to me

20 Ways To Use Your Freezer To Save Time And Money

31 Things You Can Freeze To Save Time & Money! I had no idea you could freeze all of this stuff!

No Cracks, Easy Peel, Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs@madefrompinterest.net

No Cracks, Easy Peel, Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs

No Cracks, Easy Peel, Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs - Add tsp baking soda to the water. It changes the pH level and makes them easier to peel.

The biggest challenge of cooking: measurement conversion! Use this helpful chart to make kitchen math easy.

There are many different ways to cut a watermelon, I've put together a collection of some very creative ways.

Clever ways to cut a watermelon

How to easily cut a watermelon without a mess. Even though I don't eat watermelon, I should pin this.

A Super easy guide in making our own Baking Powder. #pioneersettler

Homemade Baking Powder (without any cornstarch

I know I'll need this someday -- Yes, you can make homemade baking powder in seconds with this super easy recipe! Homemade Baking Powder Recipe Ingredients: 1 part Baking Soda 2 parts Cream Of Tartar Directions: Mix together!

BAKING TIPS: AVOID USING COLD EGGS  Most people know to bring butter to room temperature but it’s just as important for eggs-otherwise, the mixture won’t emulsify properly. If you’re short on time, microwave cut up butter on low in 5-second intervals, checking in between, and place eggs in a bowl of warm water for 10-15 minutes. Cool

Rate 5 Pin:BAKING TIPS: AVOID USING COLD EGGS Most people know to bring butter to room temperature but it's just as important for eggs-otherwise, the mixture won't emulsify properly. If you're short on time place eggs in a bowl of warm water for minutes.

Learn how to set the perfect table with our hosting guide tips and tricks!

Learn how to set the perfect table with our hosting guide tips and tricks! Lauren B Montana

Cheaters may prosper on this one ;)

When baking cookies, take the pan out halfway through the cooking time and slap it on the counter two times. This pushes the air bubbles from the dough and. Makes the cookies soft and chewy.

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