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At her NYC chocolate shop Stick With Me Sweets, Susanna Yoon (formerly of Per Se) makes edible miniature works of art. These colorful, marbleized, portable chocolate domes are packed with the flavors and textures of some of Susanna’s favorite desserts, which include a kalamansi meringue pie, and the vero, a silver blue bonbon that houses a mix of sea salt caramel and crunchy pecan bits.

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Read the Kikkoman Stir-Fry sauce, simple recipe for? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking food community. Join the discussion today. A $60 All-Clad Fry Pan Set & Other Great Deals for Mother’s Day from Nordstrom’s Sale. Make Homemade Soft Pretzels and Win the Weekend +

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We are cooking two 6-7 pound bone-in, smoked (not pre-cooked) butt portions. They need to be cooked at 250 because there's only one oven. The powers-that-be seem to have decided that 325 is the magic temperature for ham, and after googling and asking my grandma, I'm coming up empty.

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Read about Lidl Bring The Pain Super Super Hot Sauce by Real Ale Craft Beer and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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I created a Texas-style dry rub from a recipe I found online and it's been sitting in the rub since Wednesday. I don't have a BBQ, smoker, or meat thermometer but I do have an oven. I was hoping to put the brisket in the oven at around 225 degrees F and let it slow-cook for several hours.

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I am in search of the best recipe for liptauer spread. My experience with this stuff is relatively limited, but really amazing. I first encountered this (and related spreads) at Dano's Heuriger on Seneca Lake (Finger Lakes of NY).

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My local Thai restaurant uses spearmint in place of Thai basil quite often. I discovered that a few mint leaves with melon and prosciutto is nice and looks a bit fancy on the plate. It went over well at our last block party.

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Read the parsnip mushroom risotto discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Mushrooms food community. Join the discussion today.

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I have a small, illustrated booklet of Plenty and tried a veggie tart last night for dinner. Despite some mishaps that I caused by not tossing out the foil container for beans (pie weights) before it disintigrated and fell all over the place, knocking over the tart case so that I was forced to piece it back together, this was a delicious dish.

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Another great eggplant recipe is Paula Wolfert's Chicken with tomato eggplant "jam". It's a Moroccan recipe and I'll post it if you are interested. It's truly delish and the eggplant melts into the sauce and can't be distinquished as eggplant. I've served it to raves from a couple of people who don't like any veg very much and hate eggplant.

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The Best Plastic-Free Food Storage Options for a Greener Kitchen; The 7 Best Bread Machines to Buy in 2020; These Bright Kitchen Accessories Are Perfect For Spring

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Read the Medieval Recipes discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking food community. Join the discussion today. Read the Medieval Recipes discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking food community. Join the discussion today. 7 Summer Seafood Feasts That Can Be Delivered to Your Door.

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Usu. either serranos or Thai chili (aka Thai bird chili or prik chi fa) are used when a recipe calls for "green chili". Green chili peppers are added for their heat, and not necessarily just for color or sweetness, which is why green chili peppers like poblanos are not used.

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Just holler if you want me to mail you a little chunk of root-- the stuff seems to regenerate like a weed. Reply Veggo Sep 29, 2010 09:20 AM re: bushwickgirl I have had more than a few mojitos at La Bodeguita del Medio in Havana, and the mint they use closely resembles our spearmint.

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I'm making carnitas for an upcoming potluck----but I've never had them before what sort of toppings are most typically served. I'm leaning toward a fresh salsa, cabbage and avocado. I don't really want to go all out for this it's a work thing, just the basics.

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I'm going to try my first pot roast and have been reading and finding lots of good information but one piece seems to be missing. Most sites/blogs etc. give an amount for liquid, 2 cups etc.

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Mise en place is just having everything in a recipe chopped or sifted, etc and measured and on the counter in front of you before you begin cooking or mixing. A well-written recipe will have the ingredients listed in the order you use them, so that would be an obvious help in lining things up.

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Turkey thawed? How to thaw? New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. keb0506 | Nov 22, 2017 05:31 AM 4. I bought a 19.65 lb frozen turkey. I put it in fridge to defrost Friday night.

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Hi everyone. I'm making kabobs on the grill for a crowd (17). I'm doing the vegetables and meats on separate skewers. I'm using boneless chicken thighs and beef for the meats.

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Captivated by the soufflé-style omelettes of Mme Poulard, I've been playing around with hand-whisked omelettes for the last few days and wonder what secrets people have to make them light and fluffy? I've got my copper mixing bowl and balloon whisk -- and things are improving! -- but I'm far away from an MP soufflé. (Latest attempt pictured.)

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Read the Substitute for epazote discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Mexican food community. Join the discussion today.

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Last time I had some, I pulled my usual routine of whisking together three parts olive oil to one part hot chile oil, some salt and pepper, and a pinch or two of herbes de Provence (very optional) and letting the fish sit in that for an hour or so at room temp, then giving it a couple of minutes per side in a hot-hot iron skillet.

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Read the Churros Guatemalteco discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Guatemala food community. Join the discussion today.

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Hessenbub Nov 29, 2006 08:30 AM The most popular cooking-websites in Germany are www.chefkoch.de and www.kochpiraten.de. To translate the ingredients use http... To translate the ingredients use http...

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Read the May 2020 COTM: Voting discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Cookbook Of The Month food community. Join the discussion today.

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parsnip mushroom risotto. New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. arifa | Mar 17, 2009 08:48 AM this dish came out so well, i had to share. i used the parsnip rosemary risotto recipe from epicurious but made some changes:

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Tropicana adds calcium citrate to it's low acid orange juice in order to aid the stomach in processing the acid that remains in the juice. They may start with a lower acid orange, like a Valencia, and add calcium, ascorbic acid, and other ingredients not normally found in fresh juice, vitamin D and omega-3 fish oil, yum.

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After using the mustard slather/dry rub(go easy on the dry rub for this method) technique I shared in an earlier post, let ribs sit in fridge for 2 hours. Preheat oven to 325. Place ribs in a deep large pan.

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Read page 2 of the Uses for leftover tri-tip? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Bbq Barbecue food community. Join the discussion today. A $60 All-Clad Fry Pan Set & Other Great Deals for Mother’s Day from Nordstrom’s Sale

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Read page 2 of the Weight Watchers Foodies--October 2016 discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Healthy food community. Join the discussion today.

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Ok---so my friend who is doing Weight Watchers told me about this recipie to make a 1 point treat. It is simply 1 can diet soda + 1 package cake mix (any kind) mix together, pour into muffin tins bake at 350 for 20 mins or so and voila a 1 point cupcake.

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Welcome to our February, 2020 COTM threads for KACHKA and SUPRA. Use this post for general discussion of the books, ingredients, etc. Use the posts linked below to report on the recipes you make. Note that I am including the "Pantry" chapter of Kachka in with the beverages and pickles, even though it is at the end of the book.

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We kick off our new mini-season of CHOW-TO with an episode about the Instagram-famous pancakes you've definitely seen in your feed. Back before the coronavirus pandemic shuttered restaurants in New York, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros visited Tom Yang, co-founder of Japanese ice cream shop Taiyaki, to learn how to make their ridiculously fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes.

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10 Comments Latest Mar 16, 2015 by CarloG pinehurst Mar 5, 2012 04:12 PM I have never made this without lemon juice or egg yolks, Don't know how it would emulsify with just oil, garlic and salt? Also...

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For this Calcutta kabab, use the narrow width, or the square or hexagonal Indian type 'saaria" if you are able to get these which you can in New Jersey and tandoori supply shops, through mail order. Don't spend a fortune on postage, though.

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If you have the Cook's Illustrated monthly web membership for $3.95/ mo., do you think it is worth it? I mean, I know it's only $3.95, but do I really need access to it all the time or can I just get my information elsewhere for free like I've always done?

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Recieved some e-mail requests for Dak Doritang so thought I would post the recipe here as well.-----Dak doritang Ingredients. Seasoning paste: 4 tablespoon soy sauce 1 tablespoon pure toasted sesame seed oil 2 tablespoon fine or medium ground red chile pepper 1 1/2 tablespoon sugar 3 cloves garlic, peeled 1/2 inch section of fresh ginger, peeled

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In one store, it's a very thin (maybe 1/4 inch) cross section cut that has three or four slices of bone in it - those are great for marinating and grilling as ricepad suggested. In another store, it's a single long bone with a large chunk of meat attached - those can be roasted as you suggested or braised, bbqed, etc.

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I'm making my mother an angel food cake for her birthday, and all the recipes I come across call for inverting the cake after it's done baking. I know that an angel food pan has a bottom, but I don't have that kind of pan, nor do I plan on buying one. I was going to use a bundt pan (because I have one and it's prettier), and not invert the cake ...

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LOTW | Nov 19, 2008 01:25 PM 12 I'm a chicken wing fanatic, and I keep seeing turkey wings in the poulty isle. It gets me thinking, can you deep fry (or bake) a turkey wing - making the largest possible Buffalo wings ever?

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a Mix-and-Match Mexican Menu; Celebrate Spring Produce This Cinco de Mayo with Vegetarian Mexican Dishes; 13 of the Best Mexican Recipes to Grill This Spring and Summer

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Fresh Strawberry Pie 1 baked pie shell ( deep dish) 4 cup strawberries, cleaned and hulled 1 cup granulated sugar 3 Tablespoon cornstarch 1 cup water 1/2 cup water 3 oz. package strawberry Jello Combine sugar and 1 cup water in a saucepan; bring to boil. Stir in paste of cornstarch and 1/2 cup water. Boil gently until clear and thick.

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A few months ago I had a fabulous Arros con Rabo de Toro at the Bodegas Campos Taberna in Cordoba. Now that I'm back in the U.S. and a snowstorm is about to hit, I would like to be able to replicate something like this dish. I know how to cook rabo de toro, but I'm not sure how to do it as a rice dish in a paella pan.

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I recently picked up some Gruenkern at the German market and want to prepare it as a side dish for a lamb dish, preferably with some mediterranean or middle-eastern flavorings (cinnamon, dried fruits, nuts, parsley, lemon, etc).

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Read page 2 of the Boston-style Chinese Food recipes discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Boston food community. Join the discussion today.

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You assume incorrectly. The "A pint's a pound the world around" adage applies. 2 cups (1 pint) of most foods = 1 pound. Granted, once cooked and drained, a pound of raw ground beef becomes less than a pint. But a pint container filled with cooked, drained ground beef would weigh a pound, although it might have taken 1-1/4 pounds (guessing here ...

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Recipe Round-Ups 11 Margarita Recipes You Need to Try for Cinco de Mayo. by Caitlin M. O'Shaughnessy | A great margarita is an absolute necessity for a proper Cinco de Mayo celebration. Fresh limes? Check...

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I make the spinach-feta stuffed mushrooms from the original Silver Palate and they are really good. You can make the stuffing as far ahead as you like and freeze it. You can stuff the mushrooms earlier in the day and just bake them as needed. One tip for this recipe: just lightly stuff the mushrooms, don't pack the stuffing in.

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mary celona Jun 18, 2006 11:45 AM This recipe was on GMA last fall/winter for football season. It sure got raves from Diane Sawyer and Charlie Gibson's gang. It sure got raves from Diane Sawyer and Charlie Gibson's gang.

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You could also, or instead of, add some canned chipotle in adobo. It will add an air of smokiness to it. You can pull them out and cut the seeds out to make them less potent. Peppers and onions are a nice addition and I like to puree mine for chili. DT

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I've come across various tips for a light cheesecake -- ricotta, mascarpone, whipping the egg whites first, etc, but lack the time + resources to test all of them out. Please share any tried-and-true recipes for your favorite airy and fluffy cheesecakes!

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I made a ham on Christmas Day. My hubby's work gave all employees one, so there was no packaging. I assume it was precooked (He works at Sara Lee/Hillshire and all the stuff they sell is precooked, so assuming) I cooked it to a safe temp and all that.

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So I made beef stroganoff for the first time this week. Flavor was delicious but the beef was very tough and dried out. I used Angus beef strips. They were barely browned (actually grey) when I removed from the pan so I don't think they were overcooked at the time that I removed. The strips were probably 2 inches in length and 3/8 of an inch in ...

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Read the What to do with Duck Confit? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Confit food community. Join the discussion today. You'll Put This Herby, Spicy Peruvian Green Sauce on Everything. This Iconic French Glassware Is Stylish, Sturdy & 40% Off Right Now + Newsletter Shop Site Feedback FAQ / Help Center. Home Cooking.

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Portal Moj HoT vam omogoča, da preverite stanje na vašem računu, vključite nadzor nad stroški in spreminjate nastavitve.

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what in your opinion is the best icing to go over pound cake. i have never made it and i like icing on the cakes i make, so i would appreciate if you would help me and tag your favorite icing that you have put on pound cake.

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In Vienna there is a vinegar distillery, Gegenbauer, that makes... One more suggestion, but it requires a bunch of advance planning. In Vienna there is a vinegar distillery, Gegenbauer, that makes vinegar out of all kinds of vegetables -- including asparagus.

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