As someone who has many different cookbooks from all over the place, I am so excited to have this chart, because now I don’t have to constantly google ‘fahrenheit to celsius conversion’. Print and laminate so you don’t get cake batter on it!
p.s - check out the rest of Sweetopia for more fantastic kitchen guides!
3 Ingredient Sweet Potato Burger
I’m not kidding. And they taste phenomenaul at about 160kcal a patty.
- Cut up 3 large sweet potatoes, then boil them until soft.
- While that’s cooking, mash up 4 cans of white beans with a fork, potato masher, or food processor.
- Once the potatoes are cooked, add them together with 2Tbsp crushed red pepper flakes and mash it all together.
- Form into patties, throw in the oven at 425* F until the edges start to crisp.
So fucking easy. Thank me later.
Happy World Vegetarian Day!
i’m taking this pretty neat free online course on edX, SPU27x: Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science, that starts today if anyone would like to join me
they bring in master chefs to talk about their most famous dishes and then harvard professors explain the science behind them, and every week you do a cooking lab in your kitchen and eat the results and how fun does this sound you guys come on
there’s no commitment since it’s free so even if you’re too busy to really do the class you can still register and poke around and engage with it at your own pace so what’s stopping you come learn awesome stuff about food and science!
this sounds really cool
DIY Glow in the Dark Kryptonite Candy Recipe and Tutorial from Instructables here. You use vitamin B2 to get it to glow under UV lights. GIF by me.
Quinoa & Cheese. When I crave Mac & Cheese
• 1/3 - 1/2 cup quinoa
• 1 cup water
• 1/4 cup cheese of choice
• 1 tsp garlic powder
• pinch oregano
• pinch sea salt
—> Put your quinoa and water in a pot, bring to a boil then let it simmer, this could take 10-15 minutes till the water is absorbed
—> Mix in the salt, oregano, garlic powder and cheese and stir until the cheese melts.
—> ENJOY! x
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I just made this and it is AMAZING.
Started to make a ginger bread house but then we had a better idea
I’m thinking I need to do some more edible architecture. If anyone else feels the same, just remember: if you apply gingerbread techniques to a stiff biscuit dough, you can have chocolate, sugar cookie, whatever flavour houses.