A:One pound of powdered sugar is approximately 3 3/4 cups when measured unsifted. The measurement of powdered sugar can vary slightly, with 1 pound ranging between 3 1/2 cups and 4 cups.
A:One pound of pitted cherries equals approximately 80 cherries, and there are between 2 and 2 1/2 cups per pound. Therefore, using equivalent measurements, 1 cup contains approximately 32-40 cherries.
A:One cup of all-purpose flour is the equivalent to 128 grams, or 4.5 ounces. Half a cup of all-purpose flour is equal to 64 grams or 2.25 ounces, and a fourth of a cup is equal to 32 grams or 1.13 ounces. These measurements also apply to confectioners sugar.
A:150 milliliters (abbreviated mL) is equal to 0.634 cups. This amount is approximately equivalent to 5.072 ounces. A single cup contains 8 ounces or 236.59 milliliters.
A:The unit that is used to measure energy in food is the kilocalorie, or kcal. In food, kilocalories are usually known as simply "calories," sometimes as "Calories" with a capital "C."
A:If using a standard dropper where 20 drops equal 1 milliliter, approximately 98 drops fit into a U.S. teaspoon. The number of drops can be more or less depending on the size of the dropper.
A:Typically, a bushel of oysters weighs between 45 and 60 pounds and contains between 100 and 150 oysters. The number of oysters in a bushel varies depending on how big the oysters are. Bushels usually feed between four and six people.
A:A heaping tablespoon means that the tablespoon should be filled with as much of the ingredient that it can hold. A recipe calling for simply "1 tablespoon" means that the tablespoon should be level; a heaping tablespoon should not be used unless specifically called for in a recipe.
A:There are 48 ounces in 6 cups according to the U.S. system of measurement. In the British imperial system of measurement, there are 60 ounces in 6 cups. The imperial cup is not often used as a form of measurement, but it is equal to half an imperial pint.
A:One stick of butter equals about 1/2 cup. Some recipes will give butter in cups, but will also include measurements for the sticks. Some websites will even convert certain measurements to make it easier to follow the recipe.
A:A quarter-pound of butter is equal to a half-cup in U.S. measurements. In the British Imperial system of measurements, this is 0.42 cup or 118.29 milliliters. In the U.S., a quarter-pound of butter is packaged and sold as a stick.
A:There are eight slices in a 14-inch pizza. According to Pizza Hut, a top pizza chain, one slice is 1/8 of a standard 14-inch large pizza. This number is subject to change depending on the pizza.
A:Fourteen crushed graham crackers make 1 cup of crumbs. Although they are often enjoyed as a snack, graham crackers in crushed form serve as an ingredient in pie crusts for cheesecakes, lemon icebox pies, key lime pies and various frozen desserts. The crumbs are typically mixed with butter and sugar.
A:The average packaged, presliced slice of cheese weighs about 0.6 ounces. The dimensions, thickness and type of cheese impact the weight of each slice.
A:There are three teaspoons in a tablespoon. That means that there are 1.5 teaspoons in a 1/2 tablespoon, and 1/3 of a tablespoon is a single teaspoon.
A:A cup of rice weighs approximately 7 ounces, according to Traditional Oven's conversion calculator. The exact weight of 1 cup of rice varies depending on the type of grain, whether the rice is cooked, how tightly packed the grains are and whether the measurement is a metric or U.S. cup.
A:One-third cup of butter is equal to 5 1/3 tablespoons. One teaspoon is equal to 1/3 tablespoon, so the measurement is 5 tablespoons and 1 teaspoon of butter. These measurements are the same for butter as for other materials like flour or milk.
A:To serve 40 people 4 ounces each of potato salad, one needs to make approximately 10 pounds of it. When planning food per person for a large gathering, the serving portion for each person should be one pound.
A:Butter is available in 1-pound solid blocks, according to the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board. This is usually what is meant by a "block of butter." Butter is more commonly sold in sticks, with four sticks packaged together to total 1 pound.
A:There are two cups of butter in a pound. This is an industry-standard dairy measure that can be generally relied upon by cooks and bakers across the United States.