Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinYummlyemailPrintTumblrPinterestHomemade Self Rising Flour. The pantry is overflowing with items. Look at the number of flours you can have, all-purpose, pastry, cake, whole wheat, bread, rye, pumpernickel, semolina, Bisquick®, cornmeal, etc. Do I really need to store self rising flour? For convenience sure, but it is just as easy to make your own by mixing a few basic kitchen staples […]Read more
Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinYummlyemailPrintTumblrPinterestHomemade Bread Flour How may times have you looked at a bread recipe and it calls for Bread Flour but all you have is All-Purpose Flour. Have no fears because adding some vital wheat gluten you can make your own. Vital Wheat Gluten is a protein from flour which creates long strings of molecules and helps hold the carbon […]Read more
I have added my recipe posts to the Tasty Query web site www.tastyquery.com.
This web site is like Pinterest® in how it shows the posts, where you can click on a like icon or you can click on the image and be transferred to the web site the image is from.Read more
I am a recipe hoarder. I love to look for recipes all over the place and then save them. At one time I used to print them out and well, I had well over 1,000 pages and truthfully it became very hard to find anything. But technology has come to my rescue and it can save you tool.
I am going to take you through how I would save a recipe from my site. I will warm you that is going to be a long post, but you should find it very informative and helpful.Read more
You may have seen recipes geared towards the professional baker. The formulas they provide are in percentages (%). What does it mean and how to make a recipe is explained in this post. Featured are two examples to help you out.Read more
A comparison to the different weight of various rolls along with instructions on how to weight out your dough at home.Read more
Hints on using and automatic bread machine and how to adapt your favorite recipe to so it can be used in one.Read more