We have come across two examples of hybrid measures, and speculate if these might help in those countries struggling with the transition from old to new measures.
A headline in The Independent caused us cause for concern, if only briefly.
Most of us buy our Christmas turkey from a supermarket, trussed and accompanied by cooking instructions. But for those of our readers who have obtained a bird elsewhere, and are wondering how to cook this unfamiliar monster, we have some pointers to success.
Continue reading “Tips for cooking that turkey”
We look at some of the consequences when there is more than one option for supplementary units on product labels.
There has been some media excitement over a suggestion that eggs could be sold by weight. MetricViews asked its cookery correspondent for a quick comment, and this is what she said: Continue reading “Eggs by the kilo”
Guests arrived early? Not sure what to serve? There is just time to pop down to the supermarket and pick the ingredients for this quick recipe (assuming you can get into the car park). Provided by Roz Denny, UKMA’s answer to Delia Smith.