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Korean Grilled Beef Recipe

by MVifquain 16 years ago

Hi Guys. First post here, but thought I would share this EXCELLENT recipe with you! You can see a few pictures I took of the whole process in the link I provide below! Korean Grilled Beef In...

yet another gg pear tart question

by sara 16 years ago

alright.. so all these posts about this amazing and easy pear tart- and i'm sold- i want to try my hand at one this weekend. the only problem is, i really have never actually baked anything from sc...

Electric Juicers

by Annie 16 years ago

Any recs on a simple electric juicer-all I will be using it for is oranges. Thanks.

Lamb shanks

by Nyleve 16 years ago

I need a drop dead lamb shanks recipe. With accompaniment suggestions, if possible. I am overcome with a sudden craving for this, and we're having company for dinner Friday. The Famous Pear Tart ...

Fondue Cookbook Recommendations???

by Nancy 16 years ago

I'm looking for a good fondue cookbook that includes both cheese and broth style recipes. Any help would be appreciated.


by jquirke 16 years ago

In an attempt to spice things up this year, I am going to try my hand at making vindaloo. Does anyone have a recipe? The hotter the better!

Seeking a Marsala substitute

by nooodles 16 years ago

So I'm looking at Nigella Lawson's braised lamb recipe, as linked by a 'hound earlier this week. It calls for some marsala, but I'm wondering if I can subsitute it with some other red. Any sugges...

Which All-Clad / Calphalon line to get?

by Cecilia 16 years ago

Everyone seems to recommend All-Clad and Calphalon. But there are so many lines of All-Clad and Calphalon. How do I choose? And there seems to be a new line every year or two, just to add to the...

In search of cocktail party cookbook/entertaining guide

by Sheena 16 years ago

Hi, all! I'm looking for a cookbook and/or entertaining guide to help my wonderful boss on her mission to throw some cocktail parties in her new home. She's got many sterling qualities, but cooki...

looking to do some roasted bone marrow.....

by jaydee 16 years ago

i had a great bone marrow dish and parsely salad at St John Restaurant in London - and I wanted to replicate the dish - i need tips on the types of bones to use and if i have to make any special re...

Korean beaf, rice, wrapped in lettuce

by charlie 16 years ago

Hi! I recall having this somewhere. Korean or Vietnamese it was, but I can't remember exactly. It was really delicious. And I was wondering how I could make something similar at home. I have the ...

too salty salted eggplant - help!

by vozick 16 years ago

I have made two eggplant recipes from the New Best Recipe cookbook.They both called for 1 TBS of kosher salt for 2 eggplants (16oz). And both times the eggplant was way too salty. Has anyone else ...

Chicken Soup in Crockpot

by texasmensch 16 years ago

I am thinking about making a chicken soup to serve for lunch on Saturday. I will need to put it on the crockpot by 4p.m. on Friday due to religious reasons (Sabbath). Any preparation suggestions...

just bought macadamia nut oil

by rebs 16 years ago

it was an impulse buy at TJ's, but now i'm not sure what to do with it (other than use it for salad dressing). any creative ideas?

Spice Grinding

by rudeboy 16 years ago

I'm going to buy an extra coffee grinder for spices this weekend - my current situation of using the little cuisinart doesn't do the job. Should I buy a "burr grinder" if its to be used for spices,...

buttered toast quandry...what to do?

by yummymummy 16 years ago

When I pull out the browned toasty bread from the toaster, I like to slather it with softened salted butter so the butter just melts into the crispy toast. Here's where the problem lies....I don't...

Dry rub for Baby Back Ribs.

by King Of Northern Blvd. 16 years ago

Anyone have an interesting rub for ribs? I have been doing variations from The BBQ Bible for awhile and would like something a little different.....I do like them hot though..

beef heart

by Nina W. 16 years ago

So I have a large beef heart in my freezer. I'm thinking I'll braise it. Would love to hear your suggestions and experiences.

Hearth ovens, building and using

by john clark 16 years ago

I just found this very informative post (link below) in another thread. I wonder if anyone has anything to add to the discussion of building and using hearth ovens. I have wanted to do this for ...

Which size/type Le Creuset to buy?

by emily 16 years ago

I have been wanting to buy a Le Creuset pot for some time now, and due to a generous holiday gift I can now afford it. The only thing is, I can't decide which pot would best serve my needs. I ...

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