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Kitchen reference card: where to find one?

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joeljkp Nov 19, 2009 11:34 AM

I'm looking for a nice pre-made kitchen reference card, something that I can download as a PDF and print out, maybe laminate, and stick on my fridge.

My dream ref sheet would have common conversions, common times and temperatures, units of measure, substitutions, etc.

Anyone have good source for this?

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  1. Antilope RE: joeljkp Nov 19, 2009 02:44 PM

    Here are some a quick Google search turned up:

    Kitchen Conversion Cheat Sheet - PDF
    http://www.cookbookpeople.com/images/...

    Kitchen Conversions - PDF
    http://tipnut.com/projectfiles/Kitche...

    Kitchen Conversions - PDF
    http://moxiemamagourmet.com/wp-conten...

    Liquid & Dry conversions - PDF
    http://www.butterball.com/pdf/LiquidD...

    Traditional Weights & Measures Conversion - PDF
    http://www.butterball.com/pdf/Traditi...

    Temperature Conversion - PDF
    http://www.butterball.com/pdf/Tempera...

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      joeljkp RE: Antilope Nov 20, 2009 05:06 AM

      Thanks Antilope, that first one was almost exactly what I was looking for.

      I wonder why it doesn't have the conversion for beans, though? 1 15-oz can = 1/4lb dry, in my experience.

    2. Phurstluv RE: joeljkp Nov 19, 2009 06:20 PM

      Sur La Table sells ones that are magnets for your refrigerator door.

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        janniecooks RE: joeljkp Nov 20, 2009 03:36 AM

        Check out marthastewart.com, I think you'll find a number of conversions and handy charts there, perhaps under clip art if not in the cooking section.

        1. greygarious RE: joeljkp Nov 20, 2009 05:27 AM

          Mine were cut from women's magazines and are taped on the insides of my upper cabinet doors.

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