Hi! I was reading one of your recipes, and I was wondering what the little 't' and the big 'T' meant. If you don't know what I'm talking about, here is an example of one of your recipes:2c flour
2T sugar
4t baking powder
1t baking soda
1t salt
4T melted butter (plus more on the griddle)
2c buttermilk
1.5t vanilla extract
2 eggs

dyingxroses

Great question!

BIG T = Tablespoon

little t = teaspoon

Once at Ninety Acres, I was making a cornbread recipe and me being a cook I thought ‘bp’ was black pepper. Nope! Baking powder.

The cornbread was SO peppery. 

Thank you for asking because sometimes even I don’t know the lingo!

Rachel