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Although hand blenders and hand mixers sound like the same tool, they have many different uses. Do you know the differences?

from Real Simple

6 Baking Tips for Flawless Cakes

Measure the Flour Properly Spoon flour into a dry measuring cup, then sweep off the excess with a knife. Don’t scoop it directly from the bag with a measuring cup. The flour will become compacted, and you’ll get more than you need for the recipe.

from Cosmopolitan

12 Baking Tricks That Make Food Prep So Much Easier

BUTTERMILK :: Never buy buttermilk again with this trick! Using a 1-cup measuring cup, add 1 tablespoon of lemon juice or vinegar. Fill the remainder of the cup with plain milk. Let it sit for five minutes and you have DIY buttermilk that will always get the job done! (via Jane Maynard)

from Real Simple

Clever Ways to Simplify Your Kitchen Prep

Clever Ways to Simplify Your Kitchen Prep - When cutting messy things (tomatoes), put cutting board over pan. When juicing something with seeds (lemon), squeeze it over a grater to catch seeds. Don't have a flour sifter, use a fine mesh strainer.

from POPSUGAR Food

14 Pins to Make Your Life Better in the Kitchen

You want to something special for a party, but the recipe calls for cake flour and buttermilk and all you have is all-purpose and 2%. It's happened to the best of us. Luckily, there are substitutions for these no-so-common ingredients that you can whip up with items you likely already have in the cabinet (baking soda! cornstarch! lemon juice!)

from POPSUGAR Food

14 Pins to Make Your Life Better in the Kitchen

You want to something special for a party, but the recipe calls for cake flour and buttermilk and all you have is all-purpose and 2%. It's happened to the best of us. Luckily, there are substitutions for these no-so-common ingredients that you can whip up with items you likely already have in the cabinet (baking soda! cornstarch! lemon juice!)

from simplyrecipes.com

The Difference Between Baking Soda and Baking Powder

Baking soda baking powder, what's the difference? How to substitute, how to make…

from Annie's Eats

How to Make Puff Pastry

Puff Pastry 3 cups (15 oz.) unbleached all-purpose flour 1½ tbsp. sugar 1½ tsp. salt 1½ cups (24 tbsp.) cold unsalted butter, cut into ¼-inch cubes ½ cup plus 1 tbsp. ice water 2 tsp. lemon juice