A:Most cookie recipes make three to five dozen cookies or 36-60 cookies per batch on a 15-by-10-inch cookie sheet. In baking, a batch means an amount produced at one time. The amount of cookies that are in one batch varies by recipe.
A:A dry ounce is equivalent to 2 tablespoons. The dry ounce is also equal to 1/8 cup and 28.3 grams. These simple conversions are helpful to know when cooking because the measurements indicated in a recipe can vary depending on where the cookbook or resource is published.
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:In the United States system of measurement, 6 tablespoons are equivalent to 3/8 of a cup. According to this rule, there are 16 tablespoons in a full cup measure. The English measurement system is comprised of teaspoons, tablespoons, cups and pints.
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:A "part" is any type of measurement, such as ounces, jiggers or cups. A part is a ratio cue that allows bartenders to scale recipes easily to make multiple drinks or large batches instead of just one cocktail.
A:There are approximately four to six carrots in a bunch with tops, depending on the length and diameter of the carrots. There are approximately six to eight topped carrots, which are sold by weight, in a 1-pound bag. A 2-pound bag contains 12 to 16 topped carrots.
A:A standard carafe holds one standard size bottle of wine. However, size may vary depending on the manufacturer and the intended use of the carafe. While there is not a set capacity, a full carafe is typically 0.75 liters of wine or roughly four full glasses.
A:A liter of water contains 4.23 cups in the U.S. standard measurement system. In the U.K. imperial measurement system, a liter contains 3.52 cups. A metric cup contains 250 milliliters, so there are precisely 4 metric cups in a liter.
A:An average serving of meat is 3 ounces per person, so cooks should prepare portions of meat in this size. Lean meat, fish and fatty cuts all fall under this generalization. Ground meats vary in size, but the weight is consistent with other kinds of meat portions.
A:A teaspoon holds 0.1667 fluid ounces or 4.929 milliliters. Other equivalents are 1.333 fluid drams, 80 minims and 4.929 cubic centimeters. It is also one-third of a tablespoon. This is the standardized measure of a teaspoon as used by cooks.