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September 2020 COTM: Nomination Thread

jen kalb
by jen kalb 2 days ago

Well, summer is flying by in this endless COVID year and its time already for nominations for our September COTM selection. Again we have to decide, whether we want to continue with online options ...

Table Talk with Black Food Historian Toni Tipton-Martin

The Chowhound Team
by The Chowhound Team 2 months ago

It would take more time than we’ve got to list all of Toni Tipton-Martin’s accomplishments as a food writer, organizer, educator, and historian. We’ll just say that she’s one of the most studied an...

March 2009/July 2012 COTM Fish Without a Doubt: Salsas & Relishes and Sauces, Vinaigrettes, Spice Mixes

foxy fairy
by foxy fairy 11 years ago

**March 2009 Cookbook of the Month** is Fish Without a Doubt by Rick Moonen and Roy Finamore. Please post your full-length reviews of recipes for salsas & relishes and sauces, vinaigrettes, and ...

Dishwasher Under $1,000.00?

by zackly 17 days ago

My seven year old GE Profile dishwasher is starting to make noises and is not cleaning well so it might be on the way out. I haven't seen any dishwasher discussions here recently so I'm posting thi...

March 2009/July 2012 COTM Fish Without a Doubt: Broiling, Grilling, & Smoking

foxy fairy
by foxy fairy 11 years ago

**March 2009 Cookbook of the Month** is Fish Without a Doubt by Rick Moonen and Roy Finamore. Please post your full-length reviews of recipes for broiling, grilling, and smoking here. Please men...

January 2013 COTM: JERUSALEM -- Vegetables; Beans & Grains; Soups

blue room
by blue room 7 years ago

Please report here for these recipes: Vegetables 24 - 93 Beans & Grains 94 - 129 Soups 130 - 149 The Chowhound Team has asked me to remind you that verbatim copying of recipes to the board...

“A Cookbook a Week” Challenge (CAWC) – Thread #4 - Will you join me?

by Breadcrumbs 5 years ago

Hello all and welcome to Thread #4 of the CAWC! September of this year will mark the 3rd anniversary of this journey and I can't thank everyone enough for your enthusiastic participation and suppo...

Fish pan

by VFish 8 days ago

A few days ago I finally made the whole sea bass and they were very good. But when I tried frying the one in the 12" nonstick skillet, I didn't pre-measure and it was too long, so did it in the Fi...

Why did Julia Child use electric burners?

by MaximRecoil 10 years ago

I was watching some "The French Chef" episodes last night from the '60s and '70s, and Julia Child was using electric burners in all of them. Now, I'm not much of a cook, but the first time I tr...

Food processor for various uses

by Chowz 15 days ago

I've never owned a food processor, but we often make stuff where we would like to have one, or skip recipes because it's a bit of a hassle using the equipment we got. We were thinking about getting...


Drinking Teflon...

by mobiledynamics 2 days ago

I've got various mixes of insulated thermos bottles/growlers. All are SS interior. I think SOME of them may have copper on between the -sandwich- to minimize on sweating as well. Not that I have ev...


Fresh Marinara Sauce Methodology

by zackly 1 day ago

i've made marinara sauce countless times but almost always with canned tomatoes. I'm growing tomatoes this summer and would like to make some marinara sauce with them. They are round tomatoes, not ...

August 2020 COTM: Nominations

by MelMM 1 month ago

The summer is flying by! Time to start our nomination process for August. To make a nomination, put the title of the book in ALL CAPS. Titles not in all caps will not count as a nomination. You can...

August 2020 COTM: Voting

by MelMM 24 days ago

Our nomination period yielded three books/sources to put forward for a vote. SMITTEN KITCHEN WEB SITE, which has been in the running for a few months now, was our top nominee with seven nominat...

May 2017 COTM: AOC by Suzanne Goin

pistachio peas
by pistachio peas 3 years ago

I'm posting the reporting threads a couple of days early, since I'm traveling and won't be able to do it on the 1st. There is lots here to keep us busy in May. I look forward to cooking through...

Pickled large onions

by kimeats 12 years ago

Growing up in Maryland alot of sandwich shops had large jars of pickled onions, not the tiny cocktail onions but a large regular sized onion. These were very crispy and crunchy and you ate them by ...


Recipes using bella brand ribeye steaks

by foodiehousewife89 2 days ago

I have a box of Bella brand thinly shaved ribeye steaks in my freezer. Like steak umms but better quality. I don't have luck of being able to get good sandwich rolls like the ones used for cheesest...

Tips for making Flan

by bugmenot3 14 years ago

I am going to make my first attempt at making Flan this weekend to bring as a dessert to a chili cookoff party. Are there any special tips or tricks to this dessert? I have never carmalized sugar b...

June 2020 COTM: Alexandra's Kitchen

by MelMM 3 months ago

Welcome to June! Once again we are sticking to an online source. Because of the nature of online sources and the lack of a need for time to acquire a book, this thread will serve as both the announ...


Too much Pork Butt...

by gutreactions 5 days ago

We prepared a 9 lb. pork butt this past week with the intention of bringing half to the kids. The plan did not materialize, so we were left with a lot of extra pulled pork. We're only 2 people. So ...