We’ve never been ones for rigid instructions, and tend to take that philosophy into the kitchen. A pinch of salt here, an extra handful of parmesan there, and our keen intuition and gut instinct will produce a masterpiece. But that doesn’t always work.

Experience has taught us that precise measuring can make or break a recipe, particularly when baking.

So we were pretty delighted to find this infographic on kitchen conversions. Entirely comprehensive and utterly helpful, it’s an easy way to ensure there’s method to the madness. Hang this up in your kitchen immediately.


Here’s some other stuff we loved from today:

What Farm-to-Table Got Wrong [NYT]

Merriam-Webster adds Turducken, Pho, and Poutine to Dictionary [Eater]

The Hard Truth About Boiled Eggs [Serious Eats]

The Wok Mon converts your home burner into a wok range [Serious Eats]