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Weekly Menu Plans - November 2017

by MidwesternerTT 25 days ago

Let’s use this thread to share concise weekly dinner menus for each week in November. BRRR .. Soups are sounding good...

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truman commented a minute ago

December 2017 COTM: Voting Thread

by MelMM 4 days ago

Choosing a December COTM always sparks interesting discussions of strategy. Should we do a revisit? Quick and easy re...

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valadelphia commented 13 minutes ago

What's for Dinner #409 (November 2017) - The Harvest Edition

by ChristinaMason 18 days ago

Turning leaves, gap-toothed gourds, falling acorns, and steaming mugs of apple cider - these are just a few of the si...

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inlovewiththedusk commented 14 minutes ago

Leftover Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce, what to make?

by Rick 10 years ago

I made a batch of chipotle mashed potatoes after a rec for them on here. I bought a small can but there are way more...

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joeyjoejoe1 commented 20 minutes ago

That leftover egg and breadcrumbs?

by MazDee 7 years ago

Every time I do the flour, egg, breadcrumb routine, I end up with beaten egg, breadcrumbs and flour that I throw out....

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AnnMarieNNJ commented 23 minutes ago

Jewish corned beef, deli style

by msmouser 5 years ago

Does anyone have a really good recipe for Jewish style corned beef? I mean the kind you get in a great NY delicatesse...

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joaniesl commented 35 minutes ago

What Are You Baking These Days? November 2017 Edition!

by Caitlin McGrath 18 days ago

Finally, as we move into the chill of late fall, the heat our ovens generates is a welcome accompaniment to our bakin...

rasputina commented 1 hour ago

Marking up your cookbooks

by mrshalf 19 days ago

How do you keep track of what you like/what you want to try? I have recipes I love and those have handwritten notes ...

rasputina commented 1 hour ago

Brining an already salt injected frozen turkey?

by beckster914 8 years ago

I was planning on using Alton Brown's turkey recipe this year which includes brining and then roasting. I moved my tu...

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piratemama commented 2 hours ago

Slow & low turkey for Thanksgiving - any recipes?

by Clare K 11 years ago

I've heard that you can roast a whole turkey at a very low heat (aorund 200-250) for 8-10 hours so that the meat is l...

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robertofreese commented 2 hours ago

Oh God - How I HATE Green Bean Casserole - Until Now!!!

by Caiatransplant2 2 days ago

Hi Y'all. Yup - absolutely cannot STAND the usual Midwest Green Bean Casserole!! However, although I'm from the Wes...

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janniecooks commented 3 hours ago

cranberry sauce

by ronojo 2 days ago

Need a recipe for cranberry sauce that is whole30 compliant. This means no sugar, no honey, no artificial sweetener....

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MikeG commented 5 hours ago

Macaroni and cheese for Thanksgiving side?

by mushroomaffairs 2 years ago

I really want to make some sort of mac and cheese dish for Thanksgiving but am afraid the dish will lend to the alrea...

Ttrockwood commented 10 hours ago

Strawberry topping for no-bake cheesebake

by LL3786 15 hours ago

I’d like to place a Serious Eats strawberry sauce on top of Wood and Spoon’s no-bake cheesecake recipe, simply becaus...

Ttrockwood commented 10 hours ago

Cooking from Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbooks. Part 2

by DuffyH 11 months ago

Because the original thread has gotten exceedingly long, it's time to split it. Below are the guidelines TDQ set out,...

DuffyH commented 13 hours ago

Pre-baking hasselback potatoes

by LL3786 21 hours ago

Does anyone have advice on how to turn hasselback potatoes into a stunning potluck dish? I live an hour from the part...

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LL3786 commented 15 hours ago

November 2017 COTM: Honey & Co - Mezze: Dips, Spreads & Purées; Baked & Fried; Cracked; Fresh Salads

by MelMM 19 days ago

Use this thread to report on the following chapters from Honey & Co.: Mezze: Dips, Spreads and Purées - pp. 70-87 ...

RainyRamone commented 16 hours ago

pork chops in the oven- do you prefer a slow oven or a hot oven?

by prima 5 years ago

I find my pork chops dry out/toughen up if I bake/roast them at 350, and usually end up more tender if I bake/roast/b...

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acgold7 commented 16 hours ago