Use This Cheat Sheet To Master Kitchen Measurement Conversions

When making a recipe, it can get confusing when something asks for a quart or a liter.

I don’t know about you, but I’m used to cooking and baking strictly using cups and tablespoons; anything else gets my head spinning.

Of course, you can always whip out an old recipe book and turn to the index, or you can try doing a quick Google search for your answer.

But why not make things a little easier for yourself and keep a cheat sheet on hand so you never have to look too far? Print it out, stick it on your fridge and use this nifty guide to kitchen measurement conversions.

Who knew that a 1/4 cup was equal to 4 tablespoons? This information is definitely handy.

Conversion Chart

 

Here’s The Best Way Remove Stains And Smells From Your Plastic Food Containers

Have you ever had some stains or odors that you can’t seem to get out of your plastic storage containers.  This happens to us all the time (especially when we have chili or a red sauce item stored in them).

Have no fear, watch the video above to get some helpful tips on the best ways to clean up those containers and make them looking like new again.

Now, a lot of our readers will suggest to just get glass containers instead.  I completely agree, but sometimes you may want to use the plastic ones you have around the house or you can’t use glass due to concerns around them breaking.

Let us know what you think.

Here’s The Fastest Way To Peel Potatoes

This is genius! Almost every large family get-together in my house involves mashed potatoes. While I prefer to make my mashed potatoes with the skin included, the rest of my family does not.

Historically, I curse and complain my way through making homemade mashed potatoes because of the cumbersome (and sometimes dangerous) peeling process.

But I’ve found a better way – watch the video and be amazed!