Dessertspoon English measurment

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Dessertspoon English measurment

Postby Nanalovescooking » Tue Oct 26, 2010 3:44 am

I have several English cookbooks. Some of the recipes say to add, for instance; 1 dessertspoon of sugar. I have both a tablespoon and a dessertspoon (not measuring spoons) that I brought back from England some years back, but cannot remember which one I should use in the recipes asking me to add a dessertspoon of something. I have looked on the internet, but have found no clear answer.
Thank you for your help with this.
Nanalovescooking
 

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