Let’s do some “did you know” kitchen tips:
--Did you know that adding water to eggs instead of milk
will make scrambled eggs fluffier? Add about one tablespoon of water for
each egg being scrambled. A few drops of water added to eggs will also
make them easier to beat.
--To keep milk from sticking to the pan when you heat
it, rinse the pan with cold water first.
--Five parts flour and one part cornstarch makes a good
pastry flour for pies.
--Pour orange juice over raisins and store covered in a
cool place for several hours. The raisins will absorb the juice and
you’ll have a new flavor treat for your salads, cereals, cookies or
--More juice can be squeezed from a lemon if it has been
heated a little in the oven first. If the rind is to be used, grate
--If you have had eggs in your refrigerator for a while
and want to beat the egg whites, add a few grains of salt.
--When baking cakes, cookies or doughnuts, and sour milk
is called for, but not on hand, add about one tablespoon of vinegar to
sweet canned milk. Let it stand for two or three minutes and then add it
to your recipe.
--Did you know that you can make a festive garnish for
vegetable or meat dishes? Use some fancy shaped mini cookie cutters to
cut potato slices into different shapes. Sauté the slices in canola oil
until golden brown on both sides and add to your dishes.
Hope this helps you a little. By the way, did you know
that your dog can count? Don’t think so, huh? Put three dog biscuits in
your pocket and only give the dog two. Good luck with that. He or she
My thought for the month is that all have a blessed and
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