The tips in this section will help get your kitchen in tip-top shape so that you can find what you need, when you need it. You'll find ideas for organizing your pantry, creating a personalized cookbook, and making a weekly shopping list. In addition, there are some ideas to help you keep your kitchen stocked, not just with gadgets, but with food.
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Creating Custom Recipe Cards
Are you looking for your favorite recipe, but just can't seem to find it amid all the other recipe cards? With just some time and effort you can have custom recipe cards. Not only can this be a fun project, but it will even help you be able to locate your recipes quicker.
How prepared are you? Your food storage can mean the difference between life and death. Follow these five simple tips to make sure your food storage is in the condition it needs to be, in case of emergency.
To run smoothly, your kitchen should include certain things. A well-arranged kitchen system can make preparing meals more efficient.
Making a Weekly Menu
There are many reasons why making a weekly menu is not only a good idea, but actually a great idea. First and foremost is that a weekly menu can save you money. Here are the hows and whys of making a weekly menu for your family dinners. Use them and see how stress-free dinnertime can actually be.
Making Personalized Cookbooks
Have you ever wanted to publish your own cookbook? At the very least, you can make an awesome collection to share with your friends and family.
Simplify your baking and create charming gifts. All you have to do is measure ingredients!
Opening Cans, Jars, and Bottles
Canít find your can opener? Have a jar with an immovable lid? A few tips will help you deal with tin cans, jars, and bottles fast.
Organizing Your Pantry
To make finding things more convenient, it is important to keep your kitchen pantry clean and organized. Clear out everything in the pantry, throw away unused or expired things, and reorganize in a way that will make it easy to access your food items.
There can be no bigger help to the burgeoning chef than an efficient and orderly kitchen. Of all the various parts of the kitchen that can use help, the one that may need the most attention is the pantry. Pantry organizing can help you save not only time when cooking, but also loads of money. Hereís how.
Recipes and Cookbooks
Do you have unreadable recipe cards? Or a mess of recipe clippings? Find out how to clean up all your recipe messes.
Storing Food Storage Items
If proper care isnít taken, food storage items such as freezer bags, aluminum foil, Tupperware, and more can quickly overwhelm just about any kitchen. Since food storage items donít magically appear when you need them, they are going to take up space when they are not being used. Here are some great ways that you can store food storage items when they are not being used.
Understanding Dry Cooking Measurements
Understanding dry cooking measurements is one of the most basic requirements for being a halfway decent cook. Now, just because it may be one of the most basic requirements, it doesnít mean that it is one of the easiest. Here are some simple guidelines that you can use to understand cooking measurements.