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Measuring equipment

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    Test Drive: Digital Kitchen Scales

    How you measure can make or break a recipe. Fortunately, digital scales leave nothing to chance. Our top three picks will help you follow your favorite recipe down to the last ounce.

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    For Good Measure: Why you need a kitchen scale

    Baking is just as much a science as an art. A delicate, fluffy cake is the result of many chemical reactions, and when one element is off, the result can…

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    Spill-free pouring

    That plastic pouring shield that fits on your stand mixer is a great idea to prevent spills if you bother to get it out of the cabinet. We find it…

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    No overshadowing this scale

    Measuring ingredients by weight is one of the easiest ways to become a better cook. Especially in baking recipes, relying on a scale instead of measuring cups will make you…

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    A watched pot never boils over

    It happens to me all the time. I put on milk to boil, turn around, and it boils over. So now I use my digital thermometer with the alarm function…

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    Good Things Come in Small Packages

    Stocking stuffers that'll make any cook's holiday

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    Measuring Tools…

    If you are looking to upgrade your kitchen measuring implements, consider the sleek options mentioned in this article: a rimmed scale, collapsible measuring cups, prep/measuring bowls, narrow measuring spoons, and…

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    Dealing with the Sticky Stuff

    Get tips for measuring honey and molasses and a sure-fire way for cleaning a pot you've used for making candy.

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    How Useful Is a 'Laser' Thermometer?

    Sarah Jay explains the technology that powers infrared laser thermometers and discusses their usefulness in the kitchen.

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    Probe Thermometers: Can They Take the Heat?

    Fine Cooking takes a look at probe thermometers, also known as continuous-read thermometers. The editors evaluate 14 models through a battery of tests and offer reports on the three best-performing products.

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