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An argument AGAINST sit-down dining during the pandemic

hotoynoodle
by hotoynoodle 2 hours ago

Personally, I am not ready to eat *in* a restaurant right now, even outside on a patio. What about you?

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Slicing raw meat on a deli slicer

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by duececity 5 hours ago

Is it recommended to partially freeze raw meat before shaving it on a deli slicer?

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Breakfast recipes/ideas that don't use any eggs - please share your favorites!

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by meerastvargo 1 day ago

I am looking for breakfast recipes that don't use any eggs. We don't eat red meat, but otherwise we eat pretty much anything. Particularly interested in savory recipes, but any are welcome! This...

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Lobster prices coming down: how do you like them?

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by gutreactions 2 days ago

Now is a good time to buy lobsters. I have noticed sale prices at local markets starting at $6.99 lb. for pound and a quarter; a bit more for larger sizes. Even frozen lobster tails have been on sa...

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Oven splatter guard: Part2

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by prophet01 7 days ago

Hello everyone, Andrew from the UK back again. Actually, I never really left as I’ve been lurking and reading all posts on this cookware forum pretty much on a daily basis. Anyway, some of you m...

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Bastille Day, July 14th: time to think French...

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by gutreactions 8 hours ago

Will you be marking the day with some French favorites from your kitchen? Perhaps a meal out at a French bistro? I do enjoy the French culinary and we will be visiting a popular Gallic spot in our ...

CI's master fruit cobbler recipes

greygarious
by greygarious 11 years ago

I just got out the July/Aug '96 Cooks Illustrated issue to make a cobbler from rhubarb and strawberries that have been hibernating in the freezer since last summer. The article featured 4 differen...

Wayne back in the day

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by legsdiamond12 8 years ago

Posting about Pinto's in Hackensack last week made me nostalgic. I was essentially raised in Wayne, and when we ate Italian out as a family or got a pizza, it was from Gabriel's on Rt. 23 (this wou...

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ST. VIATEUR BAGELS- Highland Farm

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by aanguyenn 6 hours ago

I heard there were rumors that Highland Farm carried these montreal bagels, and i visited the scarborough location and THERE IT WAS! Woot Woot! If anybody else knows where we can get Montreal Style...

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The 'Perfect' Fig Preserves Recipe?

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by cmsmith 2 days ago

I'm looking for a recipe for fresh fig preserves that has less sugar and probably less cooking time. I have not yet been successful in turning out a fresh tasting fig preserves. Does anyone have ...

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Experience with Woll cast aluminum cookware

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by am47 3 days ago

Given the recent conversations around finding good quality, made-in-Europe nonstick cookware that have arisen over the past month, I'm curious about people's experience using Woll cookware. I've re...

What are you baking these days? July 2020 edition!

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 9 days ago

Summer berries and stone fruits are coming in in earnest, and chocolate, lemon, and vanilla are always in season. They’re all good in baked goodies, of course. What’s in your oven this month?

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

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by FORRESTMAN 8 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...

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Quintessence Sorbet | Port Costa & Oakland

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 11 hours ago

Members of the Chowhound community experienced the ecstasy of discovering Scream Sorbet at our picnic in 2008 at the launch, and then our collective mourning over its demise in 2013. https://www.ch...

What cookbooks have you bought or are you lusting after? Second half of 2020 edition!

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 8 days ago

So, 2020 has turned into a weird year. But there are still new cookbooks to anticipate, existing cookbooks to discover, and lots of home cooking. Which books are catching your fancy?

What's For Dinner #441 (July 2020) - Summer Living!

Amandarama
by Amandarama 9 days ago

Here's where we help each other decide "What's for Dinner,” celebrate (or commiserate about) our nightly dinner results, and share recipes - with our modifications noted. What's for Dinner? ...

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Clad vs disc bottom sauce pans/sauciers on induction

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by chillaxboi 5 days ago

I recently got a Fissler skillet to use primarily on my induction unit after being dissapointed with the results I got with Demeyere Proline and All-Clad cookware on it. I was blown away at the...

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Any Good Coyote Recipes?

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by zackly 10 hours ago

A large coyote was just spotted in my neighborhood, a first. If they mess with my dog on our walk they might just become dinner:). Actually, my wife and I are both a little freaked.