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Flours, Baking Powder, Baking Soda etc.
What does all of this white powder stuff do and how can I make it if I run out? Self Raising Flour The self raising flour that we buy in supermarkets is a mixture of plain flour with the addition of a leavening agent (and sometimes salt), used to achieve ... moreRead more
Baking Tin Alternative Sizes and Scaling Up/Down
If you don’t have a baking tin that the recipe calls for, check out the list of popular sizes below and find an equivalent. it’s probably easiest to check the volume and match up a round tin for a square tin or whatever. Dimension Volume Round Cake Tins ... moreRead more
Colour-in the Map
As you can see the website gets hits from all over the world. The brighter pink the more hits. So, in my bid for world domination, can you help me light up your country if you live somewhere a bit queer….. well when I say queer, I mean apart from ... moreRead more
Let’s sort out the true Scots…..
Where do the beans go? Beside the Pie or In the Pie? Please consider carefully, this could be the end of a friendship. ? ….. and which one am I ?? Pie Recipe https://recipe.corriganonline.com/recipe/scotch-pies/ Facebook Comments moreRead more
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Weights and Measures
Measurements (British, metric and US) 1 ounce flour = 25g = quarter cup4 ounces flour = 125g = One cup8 ounces flour = 250g = Two cups2 ounces breadcrumbs (fresh) = 60g = One cup4 ounces breadcrumbs (dry) = 125g = One cup4 ounces oatmeal = 125g = One cup ... moreRead more
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