Adjust the heat to keep it bubbling, stir in the shredded and ½ teaspoon salt and partially cover the pan.
Scoop about 1/2 cup of crab salad mixture on plate, followed by a teaspoon of tarragon oil at the base.
I have the one with common measure equivalents--how many milligrams in a teaspoon, how many teaspoons in a cup.
Also great for recipes that call for a teaspoon of fresh-ground black pepper, which is otherwise incredibly tedious.
Beat the remaining egg in a small bowl with a teaspoon of water.
Such a spoon, as shown in Fig. 3, is about the length of a teaspoon, but has a round bowl.
She agitated the Britannia-metal teaspoon furiously in the empty tumbler.
Stir in one-fourth teaspoon of soda, and when it stops foaming turn into a puree strainer and rub the pulp through.
Taras toyed with his teaspoon, turning it between his fingers and looking at them askance.
Thicken soup with one teaspoon each flour and cornstarch mixed smooth with little water.
teaspoon tea·spoon (tē'spōōn')
Abbr. tsp., tsp A measure of about 1 fluid dram or 5 milliliters.