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Cooking yucca (moved from General Topics)

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by Sarah C 15 years ago

When we lived in New Orleans we frequented a tiny Cuban cafe where we always got the wonderful oxtail stew, a weekend special. My husband's favorite accompaniment was the stewed yucca, which includ...

ISO foolproof white chocolate frosting recipe that you have tried

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by Richie 15 years ago

Ok,I am a bit nervous subbing the white chocolate for the semi-sweet in the above post so do any of you have a white chocolate frosting recipe handy? Merry Christmas,Richie

Questions for Goose Cooks

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by Aaron 15 years ago

I'm roasting a holiday goose and I've read a few different articles on the prep work. Some say brine, some say scald, some say just prick the skin and let the oven do the work. Also, I've heard wit...

Boneless Turkey Breast

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by valerie 15 years ago

In an effort to stick to my diet, I'm planning to make a boneless, skinless turkey breast for dinner tonight. It's almost 3 lbs. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to cook it in the oven so...

Balsamic Vinaigrette - on the thick side?

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by Susnshine Girl 15 years ago

My boyfriend loves balsamic vinaigrettes from particular restaurants that are thicker rather than runny. That is to say, when you stick a fork in the dressing, a lot of it adheres to the fork - you...

Ideas for chestnut puree or nut meats?

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by Carb Lover 15 years ago

Once in a while I like to buy something from the market that I've never used before nor have any recipe in mind for what to do w/ it. This past weekend it was a jar of plump whole chestnut meats--r...

green chile

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by roy 15 years ago

Years ago I had an excellent green chile in a Seattle restaurant. Would like to make it, but haven't found a recipe. I think it had tomatillos in it.

Bragging about my holiday party spread!

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by Wendy Lai 15 years ago

Because you guys can appreciate it! This year it took me an entire week, everynight after work for 3 hours and the entire weekend to put this together. Except for the bread, cheese and pate, I ...

fondue party

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by East Point Cook 15 years ago

I'm having a little fondue party this week. We're thinking about having one with cheese, one with oil for raw meats, and one for chocolate. Any suggestions for the cheese recipe? And what about...

Mole poblano de guajolote

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by Aaron D 15 years ago

I'm making Diana Kennedy's recipe for Christmas, and I'm seeking suggestions for what else to serve. I'm thinking either rice or blind tamales, refried beans, hot tortillas, guacamole, and maybe so...

Traditional Italian New Year's Day Dinner

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by farmersdaughter 15 years ago

I understand it's traditional in Italy to serve cotecchino (a pork sausage from Emilia-Romagna) with lentils for good luck, so that's what I am going to fix. Let me know if you are aware of any ot...

All this chat about Chili...

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by Candy 15 years ago

We got a load of snow dumped on us last night and more to come toinght, my office closed early and my business appointments for today and tomorrow were canceled. What to do with this extra, unexpec...

all clad boo boo

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by flynnzilla 15 years ago

I inadvertently boiled water in an All Clad MC2 pot last night with a metal cake round sitting in the bottom of the pan. I only noticed after boiling pasta for 10 minutes that the cake round was th...

Mini Burger Buns?

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by WorkinginSF 15 years ago

Does anyone know of a bakery or store that sells buns for mini cheeseburgers (like White Castle size)? Preferably in the East Bay.

Goose-- where to get, how to cook?

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by southsloper 15 years ago

My brother and sister-in-law just called with the news-- they want to cook a goose for Xmas Eve. They want to know if we, what with being in NYC and all, can get it and bring it out to the boonies ...

Preparing dry ingredients ahead of time

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by Parrot Mom 15 years ago

Have found a wonderful recipe for an apple coffee cake and I'm wondering if I can pre-mix the flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt ahead of time and put in separate baggies or in jars. When I...

need suggestions for asian themed potluck

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by Camille G 15 years ago

my roommates and i are hosting a holiday potluck. by chance the first dishes offered are chinese and thai, so we've decided to go with an asian theme for all of the dishes. so far we've got, homema...

Preparing meal in advance...need reheating advice

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by amp156 15 years ago

I will be preparing most of a meal in advance, but I am unsure about how to reheat the following courses: -chicken liver for crostini -salt cod puree -asparagas flan (in individual ramekins) -osso ...

Hazelnut flavored filling for Buche de Noel

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by MMRuth 15 years ago

I've been inspired by this board to make a Buche de Noel again - it's been a couple of years since I've made one. My game plan is to use the recipe in "The Way to Cook" as a starting point, but to...