Tips/Tricks

If there’s a recipe for success, it starts with selecting the perfect ingredients!

Making The Best Candy

December 11, 2014

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...

Tips For Baking A Better Cookie

December 9, 2014

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...

Ways To Resist Overeating During The Holidays

December 6, 2014

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...

Brown Sugar

December 2, 2014

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...

Old Fashioned Food Coloring

November 29, 2014

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...

What To Do With Leftover Pumpkin Bread?

November 29, 2014

Make Pumpkin Bread Eggnog French Toast Of Course!

Turkey Roasting Instructions

November 26, 2014

Turkey Roasting Instructions Remove turkey from refrigerator at least 1 hour prior to roasting. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Place turkey in sink and remove neck and giblets. Place in roasting pan and brush with melted sage butter and season with kosher salt and pepper.  Place turkey in lower third...

Thanksgiving Cooking Tips

November 24, 2014

Thanksgiving is nearly here. If you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner don’t panic. Here are some important tips that will help you get organized and ensure that your meal goes smoothly and tastes delicious. What’s important is enjoying being with family and friends. Plan your menu according to the number of guests...

Substitution Guide

November 21, 2014

Substitution Guide Ingredient Substitution Allspice (1 tsp.) 1/2 tsp. cinnamon + 1/4 tsp. nutmeg + 1/4 tsp. ground clove Baking Powder (1 tsp.) 1/4 tsp. baking soda + 1/2 tsp. cream of tartar Baking Soda (1 tsp.) 2 tsp double-acting baking powder + replace acidic liquid ingredient in recipe with non-acidic liquid Balsamic...

How To Thaw A Turkey

November 20, 2014

Yes, this is an ENTIRE piece on how to thaw a turkey because it’s THE most important part of planning your Thanksgiving menu (if you purchased a frozen turkey that is). Food safety is important so please take a few minutes to review these thawing directions. 1.    Make sure to...

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