BeveragesLooking at Cooking with Mildred Swift If you need a punch bowl and just don't have one, don't worry. Take a roll of aluminum foil 7 inches wide and the largest mixing bowl you can find. Measure circumference of bowl. Cut 3 of aluminum foil, two red and one gold, 2 inches longer than circumference … Continue reading Let’s Make the Punch Bowl
Grandma’s Kitchen Hints
How To Boil Water
Beverly Vaughan Family Treasures First, you fill your teakettle full of water. Set it on the stove. Turn the stove eye on under it. Then you pick up a good book, lie down on the couch and start reading. By the time the tea kettle whistles, you forget what you boiled the water for -- … Continue reading How To Boil Water
Jeanette Price VaughanFamily Treasures Always heat the skillet BEFORE adding oil or grease and it won't stick. Really works.
MAMA SUE Seasons Her Cast Iron
Mama Sue’s Southern Kitchen https://youtu.be/vo81ibtdaQc
FRESH EGG QUESTIONS & ANSWERS 💕 with Amy’s Louisiana Kitchen
Amy's Louisiana Kitchen From Union Parish https://youtu.be/cB27CJIHgLo Amy lives in Union Parish and can be found at Amy’s Louisiana Kitchen on YouTube.
Mattie Stone’s Bible Cake
Submitted by Cody McCullin In a bowl, add: 1/4 pound butter - Judges 5:25 1/4 pound cane syrup - Jeremiah 6:20 Add 2 eggs, lightly beaten - Luke 11:12 1/2 lb flour - Leviticus 2:13 1 pinch of yeast - Galatians 5:9 Then add a pinch of salt - Leviticus 2:13 1 pinch of cinnamon … Continue reading Mattie Stone’s Bible Cake
How to Roast Garlic
Cut top from head of garlic; discard. Wrap garlic completely in foil. Bake at 400° for 30 to 40 minutes or until very soft. Separate cloves; peel.
Contents of Cans
8 oz 1 cup Picnic 1 1/4 cups No. 300 1 3/4 cups No. 1 tall 2 cups No. 303 2 cups No. 2 2 1/2 cups No. 2 1/2 3 1/2 cups No. 3 4 cups No. 10 12 – 13 cups
dash - less than 1/8 tsp 3 tsp - 1 Tbsp 16 tsp - 1 cup 1 cup - 1/2 pint 2 cups - 1 pint 2 pints - 1 quart ( 4 cups) 2 Tbsp - 1 oz 1/4 lb stick oleo - 1/2 cup or 8 Tbsp 2 medium eggs - 1/3 cup … Continue reading Simplified Measures
Herbs and Spices
The difference between spices and herbs is that SPICES are the roots, bark, stems, berries, seeds or buds of aromatic plants generally found in the tropics; whereas, HERBS are the leaves or plants grown mostly in the temperate zone. A combination of herbs and spices makes a bouquet garnish. Usually 3 or more are used … Continue reading Herbs and Spices