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Fall Quarter 2020 Baking Cookbook of the Month: MIDWEST MADE

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 2 months ago

Welcome to our Fall Quarter Baking COTM, running through the end of 2020, MIDWEST MADE: BIG, BOLD BAKING FROM THE HEARTLAND by Shauna Sever. We’ll use this thread for all reports and discussion of ...

What are you baking these days? November 2020 edition!

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 28 days ago

Somehow, it’s November already, and we’re coasting toward the end of this strangest of years with colder weather (at least in the northern hemisphere), earlier nights, and holidays to bake for, whe...

Cannabis Cocktails? Constellation Sees Opening

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 years ago

"...The number of drinkers who also smoke cannabis has grown over the past decade, while the number of pot smokers who drink has declined, according to data from Cowen and the National Survey on Dr...


Weekly Menu Planning - December 2020

by MidwesternerTT 2 days ago

Let’s use this thread to share concise weekly dinner menus for each week in December. It's helpful if you can include your location and how many people you are feeding. Links to recipes are always ...

Stainless steel oval roaster options?

Sid Post
by Sid Post 1 hour ago

If my search overlooked something, please point me to it! I'm looking for a preferably stainless multi-ply oval covered roaster. I'm open to other materials but I prefer the durability of stain...


Mousseline issues

by GTJ 4 days ago

I have been researching how to make different terrines and patés. I have never made a mousseline and I have some reservations because of the issue of eating raw meat. For example, could it be consi...

Weekly Menu Planning – November 2020

by MidwesternerTT 1 month ago

Let’s use this thread to share concise weekly dinner menus for each week in November. It's helpful if you can include your location and how many people you are feeding. Links to recipes are always ...

Boston-style Chinese Food recipes

by Hytzipky 13 years ago

[NOTE: We've moved this discussion from the thread at http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/329906# -- The Chowhound Team] We moved to S. Florida about 10 years ago and the Chinese food is awful. B...

Japanese knives

by Pertti 29 days ago

Hi, I've been stung by the J-knife bee. Would appreciate some brand and model suggestions, as well as if you have read some nice resource around the subject, I'd like to look into it too. We ...

Where did Dixie's Kitchen's go?

by Dave 16 years ago

Hey Chowhounds I was wondering if any of you remember Dixie's Kitchen? It was a great, little, inexpensive Southern Creole retaurant that used to be on Mass Ave right by the Berklee School of Mus...


Look at this even heated cast iron pan

by MartinG 3 days ago

Good stove, Good pan. Well tasting pancakes. The eveness in this Skeppshult cast iron pan is almost perfect, much better than in my carbon steel pans. It was not preheated in any way - I just pl...

Thanksgiving leftovers: what's your favorite?

by gutreactions 1 year ago

Haven't had the main meal yet, but I am already thinking about the leftovers. How about a fresh turkey sandwich with Russian dressing, along with a side of stuffing? What's your favorite leftov...


What is this mortar & pestle?

by bloodboy 1 day ago

Does anyone know what type of mortar & pestle this is? I can't seem to find any information on Google. Someone I work with just acquired this and I saw it on her website. I'm not sure what it's ...

Trader Joe's YAY/MEH/NAY - November 2020

Jim Leff
by Jim Leff 28 days ago

November approaches; the only month of the year with no major holiday :( We bleakly endure, navigating, with scant hope, the labyrinth of floor arrows. "Nay, nay, nay," I croak through parche...


December 2020 Dish of the Month - Voting

by MelMM 3 days ago

Welcome to our December voting thread for DOTM. It was a somewhat slow nomination period, and only two dishes gained much traction. The good news is that they excellent options that both offer a lo...


Two more knives go home!

by Eiron 4 hours ago

Husband-and-wife knife pair done! The small one is a 4" (105mm) paring knife with African mahogany handle and forest green metallic pin fill. The larger one is a 6" (155mm) santoku with Caribbean ...


Mauviel lids without tiny handle

by AFiller 2 days ago

I'm looking for a lid for my 16 cm Mauviel M'250C2 saucepan, but all the lids that fit the pan (the M'250C, M'150C, and stainless) all seem to have really tiny handles -- so tiny that I don't think...


December 2020 Cookbook of the Month: FOOD52 WEBSITE

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 5 days ago

In December, we’ll be cooking from the FOOD52 WEBSITE. This thread will cover both discussion of and reporting on recipes from https://food52.com/recipes, so don’t hesitate to post about either fro...


Buca et al.

by mordylishus 3 days ago

https://insolvencyinsider.ca/filing/king-street-restaurant-group/. They may be able to survive the business conditions, but they won't be able to survive the professional fees in their insolvency