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Caviar Know-How

Caviar Know-How

New Year’s Eve is about celebration, which most definitely calls for caviar and champagne. If you’re having a party or small get-together here are a few important tips about caviar.  Keep it simple! When serving caviar, keep it simple. You certainly don’t want to spring for something so speak jut to cover up the flavor […]

Rolling Pins

Rolling Pins

If you have many occasions to use a rolling pin then you really should have different sizes and different shapes of rolling pins on hand. Sometimes a very long, thick, and heavy one will be best. For other dough you will want a smaller, lighter one. The French style, which is extra long, narrow, and […]

Gluten-Free Baking

Gluten-Free Baking

Gluten-Free Baking Baking can be tricky when you throw gluten-free into the mix, even the most skilled cooks can be challenged. Here are some tips that can make Gluten-Free Baking less challenging. Gluten-Free flour mixes can generally replace wheat flour cup for cup. Nut and bean flours may need extra experimentation to find the exact […]

Storing Candy

Storing Candy

Storing Candy One of the nice things about homemade candy is that it can be eaten when it is at its freshest. In addition, it contains no chemicals, artificial flavoring, or preservatives, although the lack of preservatives does limit its storage capabilities. Most homemade candy, however, will keep well for several weeks if it is […]

Making The Best Candy

Making The Best Candy

Making The Best Candy Candy is not difficult to make. Some candy recipes require little or no cooking at all. Other candy recipes need only careful timing and adequate beating. For some types of candy, however, special care is necessary. Follow these basic instructions and you can become a successful and versatile candy maker.  Always […]

Tips For Baking A Better Cookie

Tips For Baking A Better Cookie

Tips For Baking A Better Cookie After making thousands and thousands of cookies over the years one learns a few important tricks on how to make a better cookie. Here are some tips from the Tiny New York Kitchen’s kitchen. Making Dough: Bring butter to room temperature for 30 minutes to 1 hour before you […]

Ways To Resist Overeating During The Holidays

Ways To Resist Overeating During The Holidays

Ways To Resist Overeating During The Holidays Tiny New York Kitchen’s new motto is that December is the new January! With countless cocktail parties, cookie exchanges, and holiday meals this time of year, even the most responsible eaters can be tempted to go all out. Here are a few tips that can prevent total diet […]

Brown Sugar

Brown Sugar

Brown Sugar Most brown sugars are made of white granulated sugar to which a dark syrup has been added. Dark brown sugar has a mild molasses, and light brown sugar has a milder, lighter syrup, which may also be molasses. Dark brown has a slightly stronger flavor, but they may be used interchangeably. You can […]

Old Fashioned Food Coloring

Old Fashioned Food Coloring

Old Fashioned Food Coloring Next time you have a need to use food-coloring trying using natural dyes the old fashioned way. Just do what grandma did, and use fresh beet juice for red; turmeric for yellow, and blueberry juice for blue. You’ll save money and have peace of mind that you used truly natural dyes. […]

What To Do With Leftover Pumpkin Bread?

What To Do With Leftover Pumpkin Bread?

Make Pumpkin Bread Eggnog French Toast Of Course!