Have you wanted to cook or bake something and an ingredient is missing ?
Have you ever gone to the kitchen to bake cookies only to find you are out of vanilla or sugar or oatmeal etc. ?
I certainly have, it seems how ever much stuff I buy and how much I prepare there is still just something not in the cupboard.
I wanted to make weed cookies but was missing the main ingredient! hahaha
Happens to me all the time. If its something impertive to the dish I scrap the idea of making it: like flour would be in cookies. If its something small, I do a quick internet search for a comparable recipe. Its always fun to try something new.
by lisasuniquevoice 9 years ago
Do you do any baking? If so, what do you bake?
by MellyMoo 5 years ago
Do you think that children should learn to bake and cook?
by Corey 11 years ago
What is the most unusual ingredient you cook with?I like quinoa. It is a nice side dish instead of rice.
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