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Evolution of Instant Noodles!

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 3 days ago

Man! How much instant noodles have evolved?!......from a single pouch containing a simple fried noodle cake accompanied by an artificial MSG seasoning powder pack to this elaborate, 5 ingredients/c...


LA Times Op-Ed: What In-N-Out’s vaccine standoff reveals about the California dream

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 days ago

" . . . It takes a delusional Californian to think In-N-Out was anything more than what it is, just like it takes a delusional Californian to build houses in fire country and then rebuild them when...


Brioche is Awful for Sandwiches

by Steve 2 days ago

The latest food trend is places using brioche for sandwiches. Whether it's a cubano, bbq, fish, burgers... it seems that in order get foodie cred, brioche has become the new darling. My main c...


Musang Seattle - Anyone Been?

by JayDK 2 days ago

I've been going on light rail eating and drinking adventures lately. On a recent stop on Beacon Hill we came across the restaurant Musang. Reservations are booked out a few weeks and we'll be g...

Pumpkin Fall Dishes

by vanessanyc 18 hours ago

What restaurants have new fall dishes specifically some pumpkin in their savory dishes. Any cuisine in Manhattan.

Cost of dining out rising rapidly...

by gutreactions 2 months ago

Restaurants of all types have been raising their prices across the board. Just noticed one of our local spots posting their weekend specials. One was: Pat La Frieda Porterhouse for 2, $110. With si...

Weekly Menu Planning October 2021

by MidwesternerTT 1 month ago

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


Retro COTM - Would you be interested?

by stockholm28 4 days ago

I’ve lost some of my cooking mojo over the last year and a half. I have not participated in COTM as much as I would have liked. Sometimes it was because I didn’t have access to the book (and did ...

May–July 2021 Baking COTM: Yossy Arefi’s Snacking Cakes, Sweeter Off the Vine & Blog

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 6 months ago

Welcome to our May–July 2021 BCOTM, where we’ll be baking our way through Yossy Arefi’s books SNACKING CAKES and SWEETER OFF THE VINE and her baking blog, http://www.apt2bbakingco.com/. You can ...

NOVEMBER 2020 COOKBOOK OF THE MONTH (COTM) - David Lebovitz website

by LulusMom 1 year ago

Here we are almost 8 months into Covid quarantine, and the majority of us decided it makes the most sense to stick with an online source for our COTM. We voted for David Lebovitz’s blog as our Nove...

FRUIT CURD -- Home Cooking Dish of the Month, May 2021

by masha 6 months ago

Welcome to the Reporting Thread for our May 2021 Dish of the Month (“DOTM”), Fruit Curd. The purpose of this thread is to collect reports from Hounds about their preparation of Fruit Curds during...

September 2021 COTM (Cookbook of the Month): Flavor

by LulusMom 2 months ago

Welcome to the master thread for our September 2021 COTM, Flavor, by Yotam Ottolenghi. We'll use this thread for any general discussion about ingredients, menus, etc. Use the associated threads lin...

October 2021 COTM The Book of Greens

by LulusMom 26 days ago

Welcome to Cookbook of the Month! In October, we’ll be cooking from The Book of Greens, by Jenn Louis. There are a few online recipes from this book that you can find in the announcement thread:...

November 2021 COTM announcement: Simply Julia

by MonicaMadeIt 1 day ago

Simply Julia by Julia Turshen will be our November 2021 COTM. This thread is for general discussion about the book and its author; feel free to post links to recipes available online. The reporti...


by MonicaMadeIt 7 days ago

We nominated a total of 18 cookbooks, and the top 2 nominees are Milk Street Tuesday Nights with 7 votes and Simply Julia with 6. It’s now time to vote for the book you’d like to cook from communa...


Dungeness Crab Season Could Be Delayed Again This Year

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 days ago

" . . . Whales seem to be hanging around Monterey Bay longer due to warmer ocean temperatures, says Geoff Shester, California campaign director and senior scientist with Monterey-based Oceana Conse...

Thanksgiving 2021

by dkennedy 23 days ago

I'd like to start the ball rolling early this year. What are you thinking in terms of Thanksgiving? Do you have a set menu? Are you eyeing new recipes? We will be hosting somewhere in the range of ...

A Secret Society Of Chicago Bakers Meets Every Month — And It’s Keeping Beloved Bakeries Alive

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 12 days ago

" ... Keeping costs low at the bakeries means the baked goods cost less, too. And the group is responsible for ensuring historical bakeries stick around for more generations. The bakeries don’t ...