This is the last post in 100 days of Homemaking Skills Series. Although there is a lot to be learnt for myself as well as all the other homemakers out there, this was a little effort on my part to polish up my skills and take them in a new direction from here. Today I … Continue reading Day 100 : Master the art of using spices
I have been dreading to sew a zip since a very long time. It looks quite tough but in reality it isn't so. This tutorial from ehow makes it look like a breeze. Follow this tutorial for a step by step guide.
In today's world, where the diseases are on the rise, it is extremely essential to get your nutrients right to save you from these venoms. Eating plant nutrients helps you to increase your immunity to diseases and reduces the risk to fall prey to them. But how do you know which food you have to … Continue reading Day 98 : How to get your daily nutrients right
Although cooking pasta may seem like a breeze ( just to think of it ) , like just add water and pasta but still there are times it can go wrong. For example, if it gets too much cooked or too undercooked for that matter. That's when you realize there comes a set of skills … Continue reading Day 97 : How to cook the perfect pasta
Salad dressings are a great way to oomph your greens to a delectable level. As the times of healthy eating and living has started to upscale these days, the consumption of salads has increased. It's nice to learn to make a few dressings for your salad to enjoy it more. The vinaigrette is one of … Continue reading Day 96 : How to make a basic vinaigrette
Cauliflower is one of my favorite vegetable. I remember calling it a "tree" as a child because of its shape. Since cauliflower seemed so big a word, the easiest option was to call it a tree. Ha ha. Now that I cook up dishes with them, I realized how big of a task it is … Continue reading Day 95 : How to cut a cauliflower into florets
Yeast is used in breads to make them rise. They are mixed while forming the dough. The dough then is left for an hour. The yeast makes it double in size. There are basically two types of yeast. Active dry yeast and instant yeast. No matter which yeast you use, your end result will be … Continue reading Day 94 : How to work with yeast