For a novice baker like me entering the bakery world was a multilayered discovery. And I’m not talking about the satisfaction from the first golden pie or the aromatic homemade bread, or the terrible doubts around the type of yeast to be used. I mean the discovery of the whole new world of essential tools
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This post will probably sound as a sonnet or a praising song for my precious electronic kitchen scales. It is not new, we’ve had it for some time now, but my appreciation towards it is rising day by day.
For years I cooked without taking into consideration the precise measurement of ingredients – I didn’t
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As you know freshly ground pepper is the only way to go. It has a much better aroma and flavor than pepper purchased ground. For the very best ground pepper, use a mortar and pestle.
A mortar and pestle is a tool that has been used by people from ancient times to crush,
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Salad spinner in action
This is one of those things that make life in the kitchen easier. We have recently bought our salad spinner but I can already recommend it especially since finding few additional uses for it.
The main use of the salad spinner is to dry green leaves. This is a clever
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The scrudle – 3 in 1 clever gadget, substituting a scoop, a scraper and a ladle at once. Soure: www.finish.co.uk
Margaret O’Callaghan (65) invented a very clever device: a cross between a scoop, a scraper and a ladle, which she called wich the scrudle. With this invention she won a competition run by the
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