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Soups

Soups

With cold winter days among us, simple soups are a favorite for weeknight dinners. There are plenty of reasons to love soup: lots of tasty choices, simple to make from scratch, stores well for leftovers, and is a delicious way to warm up on a cold winter’s day. There is something extra cozy about soup […]

Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi (pronounced cole-rah-bee) is in season now. This funny looking vegetable is so versatile and delicious. Try it raw in a crunchy slaw, blended into a velvety soup, or in place of rice for a low-carb side. Though it looks like a root, kohlrabi is actually a bulb that grows above ground. It’s in the […]

Building A Charcuterie Board

Building A Charcuterie Board

A Charcuterie Board makes entertaining super easy. Whether you call it a charcuterie plate or a charcuterie board, it’s easy to make when you begin with quality smoked, cured, and cooked meats. The perfect charcuterie board will contain at least 3 to 5 types of charcuterie representing different styles and textures, an assortment of cheese, […]

Holiday Baking

Holiday Baking

Some people are natural bakers and some people learn as they go. I’m guessing that most people are the “learn as you go” types. Here are some little things that, are not giant revelations, but are useful tips to help you through your holiday baking. Unwrap Butter Before Bringing To Room Temperature Many recipes call […]

Autumn Fruit

Autumn Fruit

The fruit that is available in the autumn isn’t nearly as abundant as the fruit that’s available in the summer, but there are actually some delicious seasonal autumn fruits that you can look forward to eating. Delicious, tasty, and healthy seasonal autumn fruit is also a refreshing alternative to the heavier food we tend to […]

101 Simple Cooking Tips

101 Simple Cooking Tips

Tips to make every experience in the kitchen successful! 1. Set up your workspace by gathering clean tools, bowls, and utensils. Make sure to keep a trashcan within reach. 2. To create an egg wash, whisk together a large egg with one tablespoon of water until smooth. Use as a glue to seal pastries, then […]

Slow Cooker Season

Slow Cooker Season

When the weather turns chilly, it’s time to pull out the slow cooker. From hot breakfasts to family dinners and show stopping desserts, using your slow cooker is easy and versatile. “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2019 All Rights Reserved

Rules For Better Baking

Rules For Better Baking

Turn out amazing treats with these easy tips and tricks to help you bake your best every time. Measure Flour Accurately Using a measuring cup to scoop directly from the bag can pack in too much flour, leading to dry, dense baked goods. Use the “spoon and sweep” method by gently stirring the flour in […]

Cooking Pasta

Cooking Pasta

There are a few pasta cooking rules that are important to memorize and you’ll have perfect pasta every time. Boil your noodles in well-salted water, save that pasta liquid to make the glossiest pan sauce, do not rinse cooked pasta, and always pass extra grated parmesan cheese at the table. “Work With What You Got!” […]

Kombucha

Kombucha

Kombucha is a tart, fizzy, fermented beverage made of sweetened tea and a specific culture known as a SCOBY (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast). It has been around for thousands of years. Kombucha’s probiotic content is what has everyone’s attention. The fermentation process also creates some vitamins, including vitamin C and certain B vitamins, […]