PRODUCTS: Gluten-Free Mixes From Pamela’s Products

[1] Make gluten-free pancakes with Pamela’s Baking & Pancake Mix (photos #1, #2, #3 and #4 © Pamela’s Products). [2] Ready for some homemade banana bread? [3] America’s favorite cookie, gluten-free. [4] What are your favorite pizza toppings? For a switch, switch the basil with baby arugula—or use both. [5] Whatever you want to bake,…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Measuring & Weighing Ingredients In The Metric System

[1] Use a kitchen scale to weigh your ingredients (photo © GreaterGoods). [2] Read the directions carefully before you chop nuts, for example (photo © Good Eggs).   If you pay close attention to recipe ingredients, especially for baked goods, you’ve noted that some recipes give measurements in both ounces/teaspoons and grams/milliliters. While Americans have…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Use More EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil)

[1] Our mother and grandmother always served olive oil and vinegar in cruets, so people could serve themselves at the table. They’re becoming a thing of the past, as salads come pre-dressed from the kitchen—or as more people use commercial dressings (photo courtesy Flavor For Life). [2] The easiest switch is to serve EVOO with…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Parchment Paper Vs. Waxed Paper

Cookies on parchment paper. Photo courtesy King Arthur.   We’ve gotten a few inquiries about waxed paper versus parchment paper. The easiest way to remember which to use is that wax melts when it’s near heat. So: Parchment paper can take the heat. It’s thinly coated with silicone, which is nonstick and heat-resistant. It’s nonstick,…
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