How to Salvage Cooking Disasters and Other Tips
As you know I am dead keen on everyone in the Whole Wide World learning to cook (or at least those who have access to food, I’m afraid that many people have much bigger problems to cope with) and to that end I have written a book of over 500 handy tips containing all the useful information I could think of to help with every aspect of cooking.
Whilst obviously I am not going to reproduce the entire book here I thought it would be useful, as a taster so to speak, to post some ways to salvage a tricky situation in the cooking department.
So – taken directly from ...
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... and in no particular order:
Dish too Spicy?
Cooked the Veggies Too Long?
Instead of being smooth and creamy it is watery with bits of fat floating in it.
No Self Raising Flour?
Melted Chocolate has gone all strange and lumpy aka has seized?
Sadly Sunken Cake?
To read the other 490 or so tips buy the book, it’s only £2.82 for digital and bit more in paperback. The eBook has colour pics but the paperback has nicer fonts – tricky choice, I know!
500+ Truly Useful Cooking Tips & Techniques also contains absolutely essential information, good ideas you should do, things you MUST NOT DO, storage tips, kitchen equipment info, conversion charts and miscellaneous stuff such as how to separate eggs without resorting to the popular plastic bottle “hack”.
I even enclose one or two helpful suggestions from other people in the know, eg. ...
In Other News ...
Nothing I can think of. I’ve just voted in the referendum, I wonder what will happen next!