The Ultimate Guide to Keeping a Pantry Like a Pro

Keeping a kitchen pantry is a smart thing to do even in non-quarantine times, but what exactly does that mean? Even if you don't have a dedicated, stand-alone pantry space, setting aside some cabinet...

You are viewing page 2

Reload from page 1


"Healthiest" Grains, Legumes?

by opinionatedchef 5 years ago

I do understand that our culture is fixated on superlatives, but I am trying to better understand nutritional values of many foods so I may eat more wisely. In this spirit, I am asking the Desert I...

Cooking rice and grains with copper core saucier?

by dessay13 5 years ago

Hi everyone! Hubbie and I are budding cooks, and we just treated ourselves to a small All-Clad copper core saucier. I tried cooking jasmine rice in coconut milk in it tonight, and the rice stuck to...

Flint corn for flour

by jammy 5 years ago

Is there a source for buying organic dried flint corn in Canada, preferably the GTA. For a new world staple, there's not much out there for Canadians.

talk to me about quinoa

by hotoynoodle 6 years ago

i have eaten it a bunch of times, but finally bought a bag of red quinoa. cooking it seems easy enough, so tell me some of your favorite ways to serve it!

The secret to FLUFFY amaranth?

by PinkLynx 6 years ago

Seeking advice from a grain guru! Today I ran out of rice for a side dish and didn't feel like running to the store. The package of amaranth (I'd bought it for popping) caught my eye and I fig...

Recipe for German "Korneck" multigrain rolls

by avonfluegge 6 years ago

We just got back from Berlin, where we couldn't get enough of these Korneck multigrain rolls. Here is a link to the website of the bakery chain: http://kamps.de/backstube/produkte/broetchen/?b=152 ...

*May/June 2010 COTM - GOURMET: Pasta, Grains/Beans, Veg. Mains

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 11 years ago

Welcome to our May and June 2010 COTM, Gourmet Today: More Than 1000 All-New Recipes for the Contemporary Kitchen. Please use this thread for review and discussion of recipes from the following ...

November 2008 COTM The Art of Simple Food: Pasta, Bread & Grains

by MMRuth 13 years ago

November 2008 COTM: Alice Waters - The Art of Simple Food Please post your full-length reviews of recipes for pasta, bread and grains here, including those recipes that fit in these categorie...

Why do some grains require draining and others do not?

by tinabeans 6 years ago

I noticed while researching grains that some grains (rice, brown rice, quinoa, millet etc.) will absorb all the water during cooking, while other grains (spelt, farro, rye berries, wheat berries) r...

Freekeh in GTA?

by ersatz 6 years ago

Where can I find freekeh in the GTA? Prefer north/east suburban area like Markham, Richmond Hill. Thanks.

March 2012 COTM: The Olive and the Caper: Eggs; Sustaining Grains; Vegetable Parade

by L.Nightshade 9 years ago

Please use this thread to discuss the recipes in the chapters on Eggs; Sustaining Grains; and Vegetable Parade (pages 214 - 321) If you are reporting on a recipe that has not yet been reviewed, ...

How to prepare Green Wheat, or "Gruenkern"

by nevra 11 years ago

I recently picked up some Gruenkern at the German market and want to prepare it as a side dish for a lamb dish, preferably with some mediterranean or middle-eastern flavorings (cinnamon, dried frui...

The Glorious Foods of Greece: Vegetables, Beans, and Grains

by MMRuth 13 years ago

August 2008 Cookbook of the Month, The Glorious Foods of Greece by Diane Kochilas. Please post your full-length reviews of vegetables, bean, and grains here. Please mention the name of the recipe ...

February 2009 COTM Schneider: Pasta and Grains

by MMRuth 12 years ago

February 2009 COTM: A New Way to Cook by Sally Schneider Please post your full-length reviews of pasta and grain recipes here. Please mention the name of the recipe you are reviewing and the boo...

Vegetable Harvest: Pasta, Rice, Beans, and Grains

by JoanN 14 years ago

September 2007 Cookbook of the Month: Vegetable Harvest by Patricia Wells Please post your full-length reviews of pasta, rice, beans, and grains recipes here. Please mention the name of the rec...

You've reached the end of this page

Catch up on the latest activity across all community discussions.

View latest discussions