Bay Leaves in Flour

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2016 • all rights reserved

Putting a bay leaf in canisters of flour is great for keeping bugs out, but what about keeping the bay leaf out of your baking. Here’s a simple trick to solve that problem!

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Moldy Bread

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2014 • all rights reserved

What do you do when the only bread aboard has a bit of mold? Can you go ahead and eat it?

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How NOT To Fall For a Spray

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2013 • all rights reserved

Don’t have a serious injury from a stupid mistake! Take care when spraying pans . . .

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Instant Read Thermometer Temperatures

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2013 • all rights reserved

Wonder if your burger is done? Or your steak? How about that loaf of bread? Never guess again — and never overcook things “just to be safe.”

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Baking When It’s Hot?

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2013 • all rights reserved

I baked and “cooked as usual” all through the summer in the Sea of Cortez and Central America, even though it was plenty hot out. Here are a few tips on how I made it work.

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