Roundup: What’s So Great About…

Roundup: What’s So Great About…

I love reading the “What’s So Great About…” articles because they are always filled with great information. Also, I’m a nerd who loves learning new things – especially when it comes to food! I find cooking and baking more enjoyable when I am knowledgeable about the ingredients. I thought I would roundup five “What’s So Great About…” articles featuring my favourite ingredients of the moment. If you’re ever in the mood for a little reading, there are tons of What’s So Great About… and What’s So Bad About… articles in the archives.

I love garlic. Whenever a recipe calls for garlic I usually with double the quantity so it’s nice to know What’s So Great About Garlic.

With the Holidays just around the corner, all of my baking is full of cinnamon, learn a little more about the seasonal spice – What’s So Great About Cinnamon.

I’m sure that you know how much we love Sweet Potatoes, learn a little more about our favourite vegetable.

I never liked ginger until recently, and I love hearing all the great things about it in What’s So Great About Ginger.

Lastly, I couldn’t resist: What’s So Great About Red Wine.

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