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Chowhound Gift Guide 2019: Under-$25 Gifts You Can Still Order on Amazon

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What’s for Dinner #434 (December 2019) - Fall/Winter

by sallyt 14 days ago

Here's where we help each other decide "What's for Dinner,” celebrate (or commiserate about) our nightly dinner results, and share recipes - with our modifications noted. What's for Dinner? Phot...


pierogies that are not rolled and filled

by Kasyjansk1 1 hour ago

looking for a recipe mom made called easy pierogies. These are not rolled and filled. Mostly farmers cheese.


The ideal stock/broth pot?

by CHSeifert 4 days ago

I’m going to have easy access to left overs from whole chicken, duck and other meat types. My wife is eating vegetables like a vegetarian, so I constantly have easy access to left over veggies too....

Handles on Matfer Bourgeat copper pans

by DonaldT123 8 months ago

I wanted to ask those members who own and use Matfer Bourgeat copper pans, how they like their handles? While I've been happy overall with the performance of my Atelier De Cuivre copper pans, their...


What does the number in the stamp mean

by Curlyjeepgirl 20 hours ago

I just received a Matfer Bourgeat saucepan that is stamped bourgeat 20. I see some others on sites like eBay and the say Bourgeat 24 or Bourgeat 18. What do the numbers mean?


White pumpkin, white on inside-edible?

by MarleneDietrich 17 hours ago

Hello, It was always my understanding that white pumpkins were orange on the inside, but I just cut open one I had and it's completely white. I'm sure it's edible, but will it taste as good as a...

Yukihira nabe pot

by Vicv07 2 hours ago

I'm not sure if everyone knows this pot but it's a traditional Japanese saucepot. My wife really wants one and I admit they look neat and feel nice in the hand. I've seen the Yoshikawa one in perso...

Cookware Performance on Induction (Part 3)

by VFish 11 days ago

And now for something completely different. I'd like to start off this round with a purchase I decided upon, because for a saucier, I *really* wanted the responsiveness of copper. It had been n...

Gino D’Acampo enamel pan?

by starzzz 3 hours ago

Can anyone identify the Green Enamel pan Gino uses frequently on his cooking series Ginos Italian Escape. Link to an episode and around 10min mark can see him cooking with the pan https://youtu....

Weekly Menu Planning December 2019

by MidwesternerTT 22 days ago

Let’s use this thread to share concise weekly dinner menus for each week in December. It's helpful if you can include your location and how many people you are feeding. Links to recipes are always ...

Holiday Treats 2019

by sallyt 9 days ago

Hi everyone, let's talk about making candy, cookies, treats, etc. for yourself, family, friends and neighbors, whatever your cause for celebrating may be! ANY kind of edible treat is fair g...

made tamales this weekend...

by withalonge 14 years ago

they turned out pretty well. I stewed about 12 pounds of pork shoulder with cumin, garlic, onions, carrots in beef stock. then shredded w/ ancho chili, oregano & more stock thickened with a littl...

Most non-toxic cookware: Unglazed clay pan or 100% titanium coated pan?

by drewsky1 5 years ago

Ok, so I'm ready to buy one of these. I'm looking at either one of the clay pans at Miriam's Earthen Cookware (here is a test of the heavy metals in their cookware: http://miriamsearthencookware.c...

Demeyere vs All Clad vs Mauviel

by bombadilio 6 years ago

So I have about $1,000 - $1,600 to spend. I am looking at new cookware and am deciding between the following in the title. I am looking for what I feel is the "Best cookware" I have had Calphalon a...


Archaic Tin Sizes?

by StevietheFish 19 hours ago

I was reading a cookbook of my mother's, The Gold Cookbook, by Louis P. de Gouy, the 1951 reprint. It's fascinating reading. Much of it would strike many today as not only unfashionable, but also u...


Sausage Makers

by jammy 21 hours ago

Would you go for nylon or aluminum stuffing tubes? I've only used the kitchenaid attachments in the past and made a major upgrade this summer.

Autumn 2019 Cookware Deals & Delights

by am47 3 months ago

Since it's now officially fall, autumn, herbst... take your pick, figured we should get around to starting another of these threads. So, with that in mind, I'll post the best deal I've found recent...

Pashka and booze?

by StevietheFish 19 hours ago

I was looking at pashka recipes last night (seven - three Russian, three Finnish, one Estonian), and none of them includes an alcohol. I've looked on the internet, and a couple add brandy, or a liq...