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2 mm baumalu pans worth retinning?

by cloudsofviolet 8 hours ago

I have a 1.95 mm baumalu pan that will need to be retinned at some point. I'm wondering if its worth the $$ of re tinning. Is the performance difference between these baumalu and mauviel, falk grea...


What are you using your Cast Iron for?

by mobiledynamics 10 hours ago

There was a recent CI thread....which sorta revisits the age ole poll. For those with CI, what are you using it for. The only CI I have is two ECI, one 9qt oval and 7qt round . It probably sees les...


Reconditioning Rubber Knife Handles

by eclecticsynergy 13 hours ago

I have two nice little Kershaw knives with soft rubberized grips and blades by Shun. This series wasn't made for long so I can't simply replace them. Anyway, after six years they are feeling a bit ...


November 2020 DOTM (Dish of the Month) - VOTING

by MelMM 17 hours ago

Welcome to our November voting thread for our Dish of the Month. We'll be voting on our top two nominees, LAKSA and WAT/INJERA. For the purpose of DOTM, all versions of Laksa are welcome. It can...


Can You Make Apple Sauce From Peels Without Apple Fruit?

by westes 2 days ago

I read that most of the pectin in an apple is in the peels, not in the apple fruit. If you cook the peels alone - leaving out the apple fruit - will it become a viscous fluid like an apple sauce?...


NOVEMBER 2020 COOKBOOK OF THE MONTH (COTM) - David Lebovitz website

by LulusMom 3 days ago

Here we are almost 8 months into Covid quarantine, and the majority of us decided it makes the most sense to stick with an online source for our COTM. We voted for David Lebovitz’s blog as our Nove...

Weekly Menu Planning – November 2020

by MidwesternerTT 3 days ago

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


Soft steel knives

by Sear101 3 days ago

So I got into pocket knives and hunting knives well before kitchen knives. So excuse me if the metal names are off any. I have a plethora of expensive pocket knives with surgical stainless, S30V,...


Japanese Butter Tableware

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 3 days ago

Some interesting designs of butter knives/scrapers and butter cases found in Japan.

Found a cheap lid for my Fissler 11" pan

by jankdc 4 days ago

At my local Asian food stores, they have separate lids for sale. They are made with tempered glass. The 28cm fits the Fissler Original Profi 11" pan (and my Winco 11") perfectly. It was under $7. I...


Thanksgiving plan 2020

by sandramrma 4 days ago

Has Covid effected your plans for this year? Traveling, getting together with family? Going out to dinner-ordering in-or just staying home???


COVENTRY COPPER cookware to buy....

by NORMNESS 4 days ago

I'm looking to BUY a "Coventry Copper" pan and pot...used or new?


Question about techniques involved in making (chicken/lamb) biryani

by eugenep 5 days ago

Hello,  I needed to ask if I can change the normal technique of making a biryani:  STANDARD COOKBOOK TECHNIQUE  1. Saute: You saute the meat, garlic/ginger/onions  2. Boil: then you boil ...


Top Chef Amateurs

by Amandarama 5 days ago

So. This is a thing that is happening. https://www.foodandwine.com/news/top-chef-amateurs-new-series Thoughts?


Do You Save Your Oil?

by Steve 5 days ago

If you deep fry or other heavy use of oil, do you ever strain and put it back in the bottle? Same bottle or a bottle for just recycled oil? If you've done this, did you like the results? I r...


Crazy coronavirus behaviour

by Chatsworth 6 days ago

I just put something in my freezer that I named "Soupish". That's going to a helpful descriptor six months down the line.


Less than ideal apples - what can I do with them?

by LulusMom 6 days ago

We've gotten a lot of apples from our CSA, and some of them are not much fun to eat. I'm looking for ideas for things to do with them. But nothing that involves canning, etc. I don't think they'd b...

Cabbage shortage hits South Korea's kimchi culture

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 6 days ago

" . . . The damage has left households struggling to find affordable cabbages to turn into the spicy pickle, which accompanies almost every meal in South Korea and has become a popular 'superfood' ...