Culinary Term of the Week

Grease - If a recipe calls for you to grease the pan or dish you are using, that means you need to apply butter, oil, shortening or cooking spray before you add food or batter to it.
Greasing your pan or dish will make sure that the food you are making will easily come out once done. To get the job done right - grease with your clean fingers, or a pastry brush. Make sure all areas of the pan/dish are coated.
If using cooking spray, just aim and squirt.

Tip: Use parchment paper for baking cookies (and cakes too - just cut into a circle). Not only will your cookies turn our beautiful but clean up is a snap!

Note: When using cooking spray, use a paper towel to wipe any excess spray that gets on your pans surface...otherwise your pan may become permanently spotted in those areas.

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