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General Discussion

Discuss chow in general, including personal preferences (ketchup or mayo on fries?), national cuisines, discontinued products, and other sundries.

Uses for Blue Corn flour?

by Cflower5 1 day ago

I bought some blue corn flour (not cornmeal) in Santa Fe. I thought I could make cornbread with it but after looking ...

Ttrockwood commented 7 minutes ago

Pumpkin Spice in the US

by pumpkinspice 12 hours ago

By my username, you can probably tell I am a big fan of pumpkin spice! My hubby will be taking a road trip down to ...

Ttrockwood commented 24 minutes ago

Correia Chestnuts Shipping

by Samwi 4 hours ago

Correia Chestnuts in the Delta is shipping. $6-$8 /lb. They have a website.

Wedding venues query

by sonniu 6 hours ago

Hi, Are there any venues outside of community centers that allow you to bring your own alcohol?

is it ok to keep seasoned flour?

by smartie 8 years ago

I made some fried chicken tonight and as usual put together too much seasoned flour. I know it's only pennies but is ...


medlar commented 8 hours ago

Cooking/supper club in the Rolesville/ Wake Forest/ N.Raleigh area

by edinaeats 11 hours ago

I'm interested in organizing a cooking/supper club in the Rolesville/ Wake Forest/ N.Raleigh area for people who love...

ISO hard candy from childhood

by BookGirl 12 years ago

I can't seem to find these candies anywhere and have no idea how to search for them on the web as I don't know who ma...


Angie777 commented 1 day ago

What is side meat?

by chocolatetartguy 6 years ago

I was watching an old episode of The Fugitive and a hill folk granny offered Richard Kimble a meal of side meat, bis...


breathe7577 commented 2 days ago

Question about KimChee

by Saluti 5 years ago

Today I tried KimChee for the first time. When I opened the jar it pretty much exploded and the liquid it was in see...


gabriel1475 commented 2 days ago

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In Search of Individual Cheese Fondue

by cajungwailo 2 days ago

Emmi is one of the largest fondue makers - out of Switzerland. They also make the "Gerber" brand. They make, and sell...

Little Bugs in Corn Meal Where Did they Come From?

by michele cindy 8 years ago

I can barely write about this again, and I am so grossed out that I might never bread fish again.Last night I prepare...


Kristinapedia commented 2 days ago

Rice vinegar vs. rice wine vinegar

by Durm 11 years ago

Are rice vinegar and rice wine vinegar the same thing? (A Google search turned up conflicting answers, so I thought I...


MikeG commented 2 days ago

Split Pea Soup

by Ainsley71 4 days ago

I've never made it. There's tons of variations. Should it be smooth? Lumpy? Thick? Thin? I want your opinions and ex...


arp29 commented 2 days ago

Keeping soup hot during event

by ROBOMAC 4 days ago

Was hoping someone might have some advise as to how to go about keeping our soups hot during a gathering. We will lik...


MikeG commented 2 days ago

Canned Chicken

by Kelly 13 years ago

Ok - So I know this isn't very chowhoundish of me, but I bought a couple cans (6 to be procise) of canned chicken chu...


1titantyler commented 2 days ago


by rworange 11 years ago

So I'm obviously not Jewish. I saw and bought my first kichel today. It was a bowtie shaped hard biscuit. It sort of ...


melissacesquire commented 3 days ago

Tamales still safe to eat?

by onrushpam 9 years ago

My sister brought some tamales from TX (a friend of hers made them). We forgot they were in the fridge! I know they...


Manuelrocha commented 3 days ago

skinless vs. natural casing hot dogs

by Soup 9 years ago

I love hot dogs in natural casing and I love Nathans, shofar and hebrew national hotdogs. However, in grocery stores...


gaylesouth commented 3 days ago

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"Quik-Qure" Dry Aging Process

by Smokehouse_84 3 days ago

Seen a fair amount of interest in Koji here on CH so thought I'd intro you to a company I've been following on IG tha...

What % of people can detect canola oil fishyness?

by aynrandgirl 9 years ago

I'm one of the people that suffer the fishy aftertaste from heated canola oil (like in french fries). Yech!


janniecooks commented 4 days ago