I am an unabashed foodie. Yet despite an awesome Mom who always made sure I knew my way around the kitchen, two years of cooking lab in college, and nine years of cooking proper meals for myself and my husband, I still regularly find reminders of just how much I don't know when it comes to food and cooking.
So today, I thought I'd share four of the best resources I've encountered recently that have helped me refine and inform my cooking in ways I hadn't ever learned before:
How to Choose the Right Onion
(sorry for the Pinterest link - I couldn't find the graphic on the original site to link to)
Vegetable Roasting Guide
(Roasting is my new favorite way to cook veggies of all varieties, and this super-helpful chart tells you everything you need to know about how to do it well!)
Baking Pan Conversions
This is a must-have resource for anyone who's ever tried to halve or double a batter-based recipe (cake, brownies, etc) or tried one of those awesome-but-weird recipes that sounds amazing but is only gauged for some random pan size no real person actually owns and realized that they had no idea how to appropriately accommodate the situation with pans you already own!