QUIZ: How is your "Kitchen Keeping"?

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QUIZ: How is your "Kitchen Keeping"?
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Sat, 09-26-2009 - 6:36pm



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Sat, 09-26-2009 - 6:40pm

I don't know about kudos ---- i seems to me I have a lot to learn!

Your Score: 6 of 10, or 60%

Your Rank: Now you're cooking! Kudos to you on your knowledge of kitchen keeping.



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Mon, 09-28-2009 - 9:40am

Better than I thought I'd do LOL!


Your Score: 6


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Mon, 09-28-2009 - 4:20pm

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Mon, 09-28-2009 - 4:25pm

I have a question about question #2. Whenever I cook in a ceramic cookware, my food is not cooked through. I end up having to cook it much longer than I should. The answer on the quiz should lower the cooking temperature. Doesn't seem to mesh.

Your Score: 4 of 10, or 40%

Your Rank: Now you're cooking! Kudos to you on your knowledge of kitchen keeping.

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Mon, 09-28-2009 - 10:06pm

Even the manufacturer admits that ceramic cookware "doesn't conduct heat well, sometimes your food won't cook as evenly as on a metal pan, particularly for lower-temperature cooking."
"http://dvice.com/archives/2009/04/getting-xtrema.php

And this baker agrees with you:
"Although glass manufacturers recommend reducing the oven temperature by 25 degrees F when using their products, I never do it, and my pies and fruit desserts always turn out fine."
http://www.baking911.com/howto/baking_tips.htm

So I wonder if the "experts" have it wrong...



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Mon, 09-28-2009 - 11:35pm
Wow, I got 6 out of 10. Not too shabby since the kitchen isn't exactly my favorite room in the house! ;)
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Tue, 09-29-2009 - 2:34pm

I got the same as you! Your Score: 6 of 10, or 60%

Very helpful tips in that! Thanks Carol!


I think the most important thing in a kitchen is food safety and they should have had something there on that.


Anywho, for those that have a need to know, I thought I would add a food safety link with some tips to keep your family safe:


http://kidshealth.org/parent/firstaid_safe/home/food_safety.html


I have a food safety list tacked to my fridge, LOL my Hubby is so bad about keeping food safe.


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Tue, 09-29-2009 - 11:02pm
I agree, Doris. Thanks for the link on food safety!



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Tue, 09-29-2009 - 11:10pm

Your Score: 6 of 10, or 60%

Your Rank: Now you're cooking! Kudos to you on your knowledge of kitchen keeping.


Of the ones I got correct, half were outright guesses

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