Monday, August 30, 2010

Magazine Monday's!

I've had a love for reading magazine's since I was a teenager! Then I read magazine's like Seventeen Magazine and Glamour now I read Women's Day, Real Simple, Martha Stewert Living, and an assortment of Scrapbooking/paper crafting magazines. Those are just to name a few! I've starting reading parenting magazines as well! This blog on Monday's will be a time to share things I read in those magazines as well as projects and ideas I've found useful.  For a little over 5 years now I've been saving a collection of pages from my magazines instead of the entire magazine...the saved pages include recipes, craft projects and tips on cleaning for example. Some of these pages I've put into a scrapbook others just a small box...this blog will be a way for me to put together all those favorites I've saved and share them as well.
To participate it's easy, just post something that interested you from a magazine on Mondays and mention the magazine you got it from of course. Also comment on Homemaker's Heaven Magazine Mondays entry each week that you blog and that way I can comment on your blog as well as other participants. Please share links to the magazines if you would like or pictures as well! Feel free to use the image above for purposes of Magazine Mondays in conjuction with this blog. Also please make sure to make a link back to this blog on your Magazine Monday blog! Thanks! Have a Happy MONDAY!

For this weeks Magazine's Monday:

Magazine = Family Circle
Article Subject: Food
Title: The best BAKING PANS

This article is nice because it informs you of what basic stuff you need for baking. This is good for newbies and also people who are down sizing the house from having too much clutter (what do I really need to keep?).

The Basics:
two 9-inch round cake pans
one 10-inch tube pan
one 8- or 9-inch square cake pan, preferably 2 inches deep
one 9-inch pie dish
one bundy pan
two jelly roll pans (1-inch lip all around) or cookie sheets (small lip at one end)
one 9x5x3-inch loaf pan
two 12-cup muffin tins

if you have room:
one mini-muffin tin (24 cups)
one 9-inch spring form pan
one 1.5-quart souffle dish
one quiche pan
assorted tart pans, gratin dishes and ramekins
one madeline pan
pastry, biscuit and assorted cookie cutters; flour sifter

Must-Have Accesories:
rolling pin
two cooling racks
liquid and dry measuring cups
two sets of measuring spoons
three mixing bowls that nest
a silicone baking mat
 mixing utensils: wooden spoon, rubber and slotted spatuals, icing spreaders (offset and straight)

This article was written by: Tery Trucco

Turns out I have most of the these items but on the "if you have room" list I am missing a few items but I have things not listed as well. I wish I had this list when I was stocking up my kitchen with bake ware, it would of made the venture a bit easier!

What are your most used baking items in your kitchen? Mine would be a cookie sheet... 

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