St Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays that’s just, well, simply put, fun to celebrate. Irish or not, everyone likes to bring a little luck to their lives with a few gold coins, wearing a bit of green, or using it as a reason to have friends over and celebrate. We have unique St Patrick’s Day party ideas that will inspire you to bring a little luck to your office, classroom, or home. Oh, and did we mention we’ve made a free printable just for St Patricks Day?
Let’s talk vegetables, they might not be your favorite, but when cooked right can add tremendous flavor, color, and nutrition to a meal. One of the most common ways to cook vegetables is to steam them with a little hot water in the bottom of a saucepan and a steamer basket. It’s easy to tell if your vegetables are done by the color and tenderness of the vegetable.
Here is a quick guide to steaming vegetables.
With every new year comes new resolutions and new goals. Whether your goals this new year revolve around healthy living or kitchen ambitions, Gygi is going to help you with all your kitchen basics to make your goals easier. We’ll kick the new year off with a guide that will help you throughout the new year, a simple guide to help you understand the differences of your cocoa powders.
It’s important that everyone knows and understands which type of cocoa powder is right for them. We’ve created an easy to understand guide all about the different types of cocoa powders and which one will taste the best in that healthy recipe or your nutritious baking.
Gygi’s kitchen cheat sheets and tips
We have so many useful charts that can help the novice chef to the professional chef have an easier time in the kitchen. Here are some downloadable Gygi’s kitchen cheat sheets we have found our customers love!
Visit Gygi.com/blog to find more great kitchen tips, cheat sheets, and upcoming kitchen tricks!
A few helpful tips on how to thaw a turkey:
Do you ever use a meat thermometer when cooking meat? If not, we recommend that you do. Using a meat thermometer provides you with the temperature accuracy you need to cook your meat to perfection. They are super easy to use: Simply insert the metal probe deep into the meat, away from the bone. By doing so, the thermometer will give you a better reading, letting you know how much longer you will need to cook the meat. Once the thermometer reads the desired temperature, your meat is done.
Do you have a favorite meat thermometer? If so, why?
A few posts ago, I gave you a Gluten-Free Conversion Chart. Since then, we’ve had a few inquiries about baking with coconut flour because not everyone wants to use starches.
Well, you asked, and we answered! Here’s a helpful chart for baking with coconut flour.