Kitchen Tips

October 2007
PN;Oct2007, Vol. 61 Issue 10, p42
Trade Publication
The article offers tips on how to make food preparations easier and more convenient. According to the article, cooks should have the right tools such as nonstick pans, small stick blenders, countertop choppers and other small appliances. It is also advisable to clean in between baking tasks because it is less tiresome than doing it all at the end of the project. The article also states that ingredients can be substituted in order to create a better result in the preparation of food.


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