If you’re following a recipe from another country, you could run into some problems. Most of the world uses the metric system, which isn’t the norm for U.S.-made measuring cups. What’s more, bakers in both the U.S. and abroad often use weight instead of volume to measure for precision. So if you’re running into conversion problems in the kitchen at Rittenhouse Claridge, check out these websites for some help.
Measurement Equivalents [Exploratorium]
If you have a question about conversions when it comes to dry amounts, liquid measurements, or oven temperatures, refer to this website.
Cooking Measure Equivalents [Fact Monster]
Learn how to convert inches to millimeters and ounces to pounds on this website. There’s also a reference for metric-to-U.S. conversions.