A mood board is a place where you pull together visual elements, words, and images that will help you create content for a specific audience/purpose. In design, we use them to direct our brand identity designs, such as logos, business cards, websites, etc.
This post will be my defining and inspirational draw for posts for the year.
What would you like to see from the blog this year?
Do you ever find yourself all geared up and ready to make a favorite recipe but then discover you’re staring at an empty container of a needed ingredient? Ugh. You don’t want to run out to the store right now. So what do you do?
Well, that’s when emergency kitchen substitutions come in handy. I’ve printed out the following list and keep a copy taped to the inside of my pantry door at all times.
Although these substitutions will work in a pinch, I don’t recommend always substituting ingredients in your recipes. The recipes will technically work with substitutions, but often the finished product won’t be exactly the same as when you use the original ingredients called for in the recipe.
Do you ever daydream of going on the TV game show Jeopardy? I do, we love to watch it along with dinner (I know, TV and dinner aren’t a good mix!) But I feel slightly better when Jam randomly tells me a bit of knowledge he could have only gleaned from an episode last week. Plus, watching Wheel of Fortune helps with letter recognition and word building…
Anyways, here are a few interesting facts about food that you might find interesting as I did.