Why all the small batches?

July 26, 2010 at 2:24 pm Leave a comment

A friend asked if it was because I was short. It’s a joke of course, but a good question.

Unlike many, I actually like left overs, but after the second serving of a dish, I’m like, enough already. So, if a recipe with 4 plus servings doesn’t freeze well, I make the effort to rework it to suit my needs.

Cooking is much more flexible and forgiving than baking, and dividing a recipe in half, or even in quarters, rarely fails. Sometimes you need to compensate here and there, but in the end, it’s an easy task that only needs a minute or two extra.

Entry filed under: General Info, Tips, & DIYs.

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