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How Important Are Your Eggs?

by kaleokahu 1 month ago

Lest there was any doubt that PFAS, one of the "forever chemicals", is dangerous, consider this Danish study linking high PFAS blood levels with severe Covid 19 symptoms and outcomes.

Fried Whitebait and Smelts?

by zackly 1 month ago

I love deep fried smelts. They, as well as dried cod, (bacala) are traditional around here (suburban NYC) at Italian restaurants during the Christmas season. I've even caught a few through the ice ...

12/12 “The Culinary History of Disneyland and Walt Disney” with Marcy Smothers (zoom)

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 month ago

"While mid-century fare in America may have been humdrum, Walt's world of food was filled with fantasy and color; he was committed to making the dining experience at Disneyland entertaining—just li...

'101 Best Pizzas in America 2020': The Daily Meal...

by gutreactions 1 month ago

Let the pizza debates begin...again! Ranking pizzas across the country is a daunting and controversial undertaking, yet the media continues to stoke the flames in the oven. This is the latest from ...

Making brisket fancy enough for Christmas

by becwells 1 month ago

Any ideas?? We may smoke a hunk of brisket for Christmas for 10, but I don't want it to feel too casual, and I also don't want it to feel too heavy like regular brisket/bbq can feel. Any ideas fo...

Cooking rice in a Yunnan steam pot

by LilRedHen 1 month ago

I have just bought one of these beautiful steam pots, but the recipe book that came with it is entirely written in Chinese. Generally speaking, I don't think I will have a problem finding recipes ...

Apron for Baking--for very tall male

by GraceW 1 month ago

Greetings, I am searching for recommendations for a high quality apron for my beau--maybe around $50. Unfortunately most aprons that I see geared toward men are for grilling--however, he makes a lo...

Food Vacuum Sealer

by Kathy642 1 month ago

I have an old white plastic Foodsaver vacuum sealer that has worked well for several years, but now it doesn't always seal. It works by pressing hard on both front corners for it to seal and it is...

Personal Blender

by Kathy642 1 month ago

Would like to know if anyone here has a small personal blender you like and if you would recommend it? I have a cheap slushie maker that works to make smoothies and will even crush frozen fruit, b...

Molly Stevens' Seven-Hour Leg of Lamb

by Meat_Tyrant 1 month ago

I've seen this recipe recommended several times around here and I'm going to make it. I've never cooked anything like this before, so I could use some wisdom. The recipe instructs to first brown...

"Small Data, Big Implications"

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 month ago

" . . . On the one hand, these studies confirm how hard it is to make indoor dining safe,since masks cannot be worn while eating. Airborne transmission is not only possible while dining, it is poss...

Going over-board with savory and aromatic ingredients in making my Classic Stirred Fried Sticky Rice with Cantonese wind-dried meats! ( 生炒糯米饭 )...

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 1 month ago

To combat the chilly weather, I decided to make myself one of my favorite savory, hearty, comfort food. Based on the ingredients used, I think I am to go trump any commercial version out there! Ha!...

Question about soaking prunes in brandy for clafoutis

by eugenep 1 month ago

Hello, Need some help here.  I soaked brandy and prunes for 24 hours and used it to make a prune clafoutis based on Michel Roux's recipe.  The clafoutis came out great tasting but the prun...

"Living Soil" documentary

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 month ago

As we end Healthy Soils Week 2020 in California, this is a good time to watch "Living Soil", a documentary about the importance of safeguarding soil health. “Educating consumers about the on-fa...

Buying new cookware - help with my shortlist

by shoshin 1 month ago

My cheap department store cookware is falling apart, and it’s time to get some quality equipment. I usually cook for two, on a gas range, but sometimes we have guests, so I need to keep some option...

Looking for CCK Kau Kong Chopper

by spiffcleanser 1 month ago

Hi, I’m looking for Chan Chi Kee Kau Kong Chopper KF 1402. can someone suggest a source? I see someone on eBay selling them from Hong Kong but for a few reasons I’d rather not go that route. Thanks

Butternut squash ravioli problems

by mushroomaffairs 1 month ago

I made this ravioli last night with browned butter sage sauce but I had a lot of problems with the pasta. I followed the video below because it seemed to me the most simple and basic whereas other...

Simmer with or without lid?

by Chowz 1 month ago

When making a ragu or something that I want to simmer for a few hours, does it matter if I use a lid and reduce it at the end or without one and add water as it evaporates? I prefer with a lid s...

Covid-19 pandemic is the first time 40% of Americans have experienced food insecurity

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 month ago

" . . . About half of those polled say they’ve struggled to afford food, while 37% report skipping meals themselves so there was enough food for their children to eat. Yet 63% said they didn’t real...

Veal substitute for Jus

by kim2001 2 months ago

I have a recipe for a rich sauce for steak. It calls for veal bones and veal stock. I have not been able to find either at any butcher nearby. What can I substitute instead?

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