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Pattypan ideas - help!

by GardenGirl16 2 days ago

Hello guys! I have got a big problem to cope with! My mother has grown many pattypans as she ordered some seeds ..and accidentally she ordered too many packages and we totally don't know what to do...


SMTucker - you will be missed

by beetlebug 1 day ago

I was sad to read about Susan Tucker in today's Boston Globe. She was a longtime Home Cooking/COTM as well as a Boston hound. We will miss you and condolences to your family. https://www.lasting...

Weekly Menu Planning - May 2020

by MidwesternerTT 1 month ago

Let’s use this thread to share concise weekly dinner menus for each week in May. As we enter our third month of varying degrees of closures for restaurants, shopping and schools we’re doing stil...


Using frozen coconut milk for coconut infused rice?

by cgxy96 2 days ago

I froze my left over coconut milk. Will the texture of frozen coconut milk affect my recipe for coconut rice or am I better off using it in my smoothie instead? Original recipe uses coconut mil...

why are my chocolate chip cookies so cakey?

by jennifer w. 15 years ago

Help! I am not a baker by any means, but thought I'd give the recipe off of the Nestle Tollhouse chip bag a try since my fiance is in town and he has a big sweet tooth. Aren't the recipes off of th...

Crispy Egg Rolls

by AsianCookingFoodie 2 days ago

Found a great recipe on the KAME website: https://kame.com/recipes/ These egg rolls came out great! I made them with pork and was careful to not make them greasy. INGREDIENTS 2 tbsp KA•ME Ses...

Tips on making croissants?

by atlantanative 13 years ago

I don't usually bake much, but have a craving for croissants and thought I'd give it a shot (yikes!) Anyone with more expertise have any tips on how to make them come out light and flaky? Also th...

best way to grind poppy seeds if you don't have a poppy seed grinder?

by hophead71 10 years ago

I'm trying to make Hungarian poppy seed roll/nut rolls. I bought 4 pounds of poppy seed and all the recipes I'm finding say to "grind" the poppy seed into a paste. What is the best way to do this...

Dish of the Month – NOMINATIONS, May 2020

by masha 1 month ago

Welcome to the Nominations thread for the May 2020 Dish of the Month. For those unfamiliar with the Home Cooking Dish of the Month (“DOTM”), our community selects a particular dish for each month....

Healthy Meals in Minutes recipe cards

by trmack 13 days ago

Does any one have the recipe for Spaghetti Casserole (#25 in Pasta section)? I have misplaced mine. Thanks.

Recipe cards company/publisher search

by Mrs. Smith 15 years ago

In the early-to-mid 90s (sometime between 1993 and 1997)I received a few full-color recipe cards in the mail. I believe it was for some company who wanted you to join there "receive 40 recipe card...

ISTANBUL AND BEYOND - Istanbul, Black Sea (pp. 29-120)

by MelMM 2 months ago

Use this thread to report on the following chapters from Istanbul & Beyond: Workers' Canteens, Street Fare & a Multiethnic Past - Istanbul (pp. 29-76) Fish Corn and Greens - The Black Sea (pp. ...

What's happening in your home kitchen right now?

by gutreactions 2 months ago

For some, home cooking is the way to go. Nothing wrong with that. But now, with coronavirus restrictions in place in many parts of the country, the home kitchen is being used like never before. How...

Healthy Meals in Minutes Sloppy Joe Receipe

by Roxannne 5 years ago

I lost the recipe card for the Sloppy Joes made with ground turkey, chili sauce, red onion, chicken broth, etc. Does someone have the recipe????

Calling all San Diego area Chowhounds! Does anyone know the recipe for Board & Brew sauce?

by FORRESTMAN 7 years ago

I'm new to Chowhound and I heard this would be the best place to come for help figuring out their recipe. First, has anyone been to Board & Brew? There are a few from San Clemente, CA to San Die...

Tips for our Times

by CooksSalon 3 days ago

The MyRecipes site posted a story by TV chef and cookbook author Ina Garten about how to make good use of existing pantry staples. Especially helpful when some items can still be hard to find, and ...

*August 2010 COTM - COMPLETE ASIAN: India & Pakistan

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 10 years ago

Our cookbook for August is The Complete Asian Cookbook, by Charmaine Solomon. Please use this thread to discuss recipes from the chapter INDIA & PAKISTAN There are a variety of editions and p...

Summer 2020 Cookbook of the Month Cocktail Companion VOTING

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 8 days ago

It’s time to vote on our COTM Cocktail Companion, which will run from June 1 right through to the end of the summer. The two candidates with the most nominations are websites, making for easy acces...