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You can use these bowls to mix batters for cakes, cookies, or muffins; whip egg whites or whipped cream; let bread dough rise; or even toss salads, whip up sauces and dressings, or store leftovers (if you buy bowls that come with handy plastic lids). Chapter 2: Investing in the Essential Tools ✓ Whisks: Whisks may be made of stainless steel or heat-proof plastic (for use with nonstick cookware). Two types we recommend: • Sauce whisk: This stiffer type of whisk is about 8 to 10 inches long and perfect for blending sauces, such as béchamel and some cream sauces (see Chapter 14).
Beaters, or hand mixers: These are great for mixing batters, beating egg whites, and making whipped cream. Most hand mixers aren’t sturdy enough to handle bread dough or thick cookie dough. • Blender: The blender is definitely a must-have. Even if you don’t enjoy protein shakes for breakfast or daiquiris on the weekends, you’ll certainly use your blender for many kitchen chores, from chopping a cup of walnuts to making homemade salsa. Blenders and food processors can do many of the same chores, but for beverages and really smooth purées, you can’t beat a blender.
Also try other colored peppercorns for a variety of flavor. Saffron The world’s most expensive spice, made from dried stigmas handpicked from a special variety of purple crocus flowers. Available as powder or whole threads. A little goes a long way. Essential to classic Mediterranean dishes like bouillabaisse and paella. Imparts a rich yellow color to cream sauces and rice dishes. Turmeric Yellow-orange powder that is intensely aromatic and has a bitter, pungent flavor; gives American-style mustard its color.