Help Kitchen Visual Guides
Fire up the color printer because we have 16 of our favorite kitchen diagrams. We need these because we never have all the ingredients, always wonder if that’s still good to eat, and what is the best wine to pair with string cheese. In all seriousness, tape some of these up on the inside of your cabinets for a fast answer to simple kitchen questions.
1. Easy Soups
Hold up, you may not need to run to the store to pick up dinner. Here are 10 soups you can make combining an odd can of beans, the last veggies in your fridge and seasonings that may have expired.
2. Spice Pairings
Did you know you can use Caraway with Cottage cheese?
3. A Guide to Cooking and Baking Substitutions
This one is super useful. We have made entire recipes using only substitutions.
4. Cooking Methods
Disappointed the torch method can’t be used for Grilled Cheese.
5. Guide to Flavoring with Spices
Another spicy visualization.
6. Conversion Chart
For when you find a recipe on a British Blog… Or when you’re anywhere else in the world and need to know what the American’s are talking about.
7. Kitchen Volume Conversion Aid
When you need to turn the volume up in the kitchen…
8. Healthy Oil Cooking Guide
If you watch Food Network, you may not know you can’t use Olive Oil for everything.
9. The Onion Breakdown
This is helpful in some dishes but I normally ignore everything except the Red Onion bit.
10. Egg Substitutions
If I don’t have eggs, I normally have bananas. The PB substitution is mind-blowing.
11. How Much to Serve at a Party
Cupcake ratio seems a bit low.
12. Veggie Cooking Cheat Sheet
You can’t throw in all veggies at the same time and expect it to taste good.
13. Perfect Cookie
All look good to me, but 7,3,6,5,4,8,2,1
14. How to Store Your Groceries
Have you stored a peeled banana more than a day? I’d like to hear the story behind that.
15. Real Good Cheap Easy Food
Lots of good recipes and note the shopping list on the sides.
16. Wine & Cheese Pairing
Everyone knows Boursin and Gruner Veltliner pair well, but you may not know cheddar and merlot are BFF’s