Aug 16

Edge Vs End: Which Cutting Board Is The Best?

By Rose | Cutlery & Knife Accessories

Ingredients, check! Fire, check! Knife, check! What do you think is missing? Yep, a cutting board. Of course, you don’t want to prepare a whole cow and look like some sort of caveman in the kitchen. Meat and other ingredients are better cooked when they are chopped up.

Although cutting boards are sometimes neglected, they vary a lot and there are lots of different types to consider. Important things to look out for include where they were manufactured and how they are used. There are two styles of cutting board that you will need to know about: end grain and edge grain.

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Aug 16

Soup-like Tomato Sauce Problem: How To Make It Thicker?

By Rose | Condiments

Does your tomato sauce appear closer to soup than “sauce”? If it does, then it’s quite frustrating to come up with a supposed-to-be saucy dish that’s not rich enough to meet your expectations. Tomato sauce is the secret ingredient that makes the dish smooth, rich, and tasty. However, it takes around 6 cups of fresh tomatoes that weigh 5 pounds each to create the perfect dish for you! Quite a lot, isn’t it?

So to resolve the problem and save the day, here are different ways to thicken the tomato sauce.

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Aug 15

Simple Ways To Make Cookies Chewy

By Rose | Snack

If you are simply curious about how the cookies end up being so chewy or determined to bake cookies the way that you like them, we cover both grounds here. We also explain the different things that go into chewy cookies and provide a step-by-step guide to making a chewy cookie recipe. This will be especially useful for novices, as well as a useful reference to your own recipes.

But we will start by explaining what goes into making a cookie chewy, and then give a sample chewy cookie recipe you can make. So saddle up and get ready to learn a thing or two about how to make your cookies chewy.

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How long does cream cheese last?
Aug 12

Everything You Need To Know To Keep Your Cream Cheese Safe

By Rose | Storing Tips

Cream cheese makes everything more delicious, whether it’s used for spreading on crackers for a quick snack or for making a dip extra creamy, or for baking a special cheesecake. Cheese lovers will surely have a tub of this in their refrigerator and serious bakers horde packs of it in their pantry.

But, have you ever craved that smooth, delicious cheese, but then found that your cream cheese has gone past its expiry date? It is such a waste to throw out good food, so here’s everything you need to know about how long cream cheese lasts – and how long you can extend its shelf life.

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Aug 12

5 Potatoes You Need To Make The Best Soup

By Rose | Vegetables

Potatoes are the ultimate comfort food – from fries to chips and creamy salad to fully loaded baked potatoes – and what is better than a steaming bowl of potato soup on a cold day?

On one such rainy day, I was down with a cold and decided to make myself a big bowl of my grandma’s potato soup. So I dragged myself out of bed and started cooking. To my dismay, the soup turned into a thick, gluey mass.

What my dear grandma’s recipe failed to mention was that not all potatoes are created equal. Here’s what I have learned for the next time I try to make this bowl of potato goodness.

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