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Shortening vs. Lard

by dimsumgirl 5 years ago

I have a recipe that calls for shortening. I have lard but no shortening. Should I use the lard or just wait until ...


sandylc commented 28 days ago

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Good's Potato chips (Blue, for me)... anyplace in Boston

by grant.cook 2 months ago

Is there any vendor or connection in Boston that can channel Good's Potato chips up to the city? https://www.go...

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Fresh Lard @ Mi Pueblo Foods

by Melanie Wong 3 months ago

Freshly rendered, non-hydrogenated lard is a traditional ingredient in some Chinese pastries. For Chinese New Year ba...

Tamales - Is lard necessary plus...

by JoLi 10 years ago

I am going to venture and making this tamale recipe: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/beef-tamales/detail.aspx Questio...


pavlova commented 3 months ago

Pork parts

by mrshalf 5 months ago

I just received our pig from the processor and have some cuts I'm unsure of how to use. They are jowl, liver, ham in...


andrewtree commented 4 months ago

How To Store Lard

by Bon Ap 10 years ago

I traditionally use Crisco in my pie crust, but wanted to avoid hydrogenated oil this Thanksgiving, and so experiment...


anm commented 5 months ago

Char Kuey Teow

by outRIAAge 6 months ago

This is pure Malaysian food, which is always a good thing if life is looking dull. To quote Lucky Peach, the dish is:...

outRIAAge commented 5 months ago

Lard vs shortening vs butter

by lacoet 9 months ago

I'm confused. I thought I had read somewhere that butter and lard weight the same but shortening weights less than bu...

paulj commented 9 months ago

Help to find fatback or fresh lard

by tallblond 11 months ago

Looking for a place in NOLA or greater NOLA area with REASONABLY priced fresh lard, or fatback in order to render my ...


montuori commented 11 months ago

Pie Crust

by raberbm 1 year ago

Does anyone know of a "ready-made" pie crust made with lard?


hamiltonm2 commented 1 year ago

Lard, how to can...

by Raffles 3 years ago

We recently went to our local Mennonite butcher to get a pound of un-hydrogenated lard for making pie crust. Accordi...


BrotherMo commented 1 year ago

Bakers? Lard for meat pie crust, Cornish Pasty

by zackly 3 years ago

I want to make for a British friend a "proper Cornish Pasty". The recipes online are pretty straightforward and rigid...


kariin commented 1 year ago

Where to by decent lard

by random amblings 1 year ago

Where can I find a local source for lard...not the supermarket kind, but the fresher, higher quality kind. And does ...


Tonality666 commented 1 year ago

Ham Collagen and lard

by San Antonio Sam 1 year ago

I cooked a bone-in, smoked ham to slice for lunch meat yesteday. I got short on time and also ran out of tinfoil so ...


Querencia commented 1 year ago

Is lard traditional in corn tortillas?

by Aromatherapy 2 years ago

There's a lively thread on the Boston board about a new Mexican restaurant that brags about using lard in its corn to...


LorenzoGA commented 2 years ago

When seasoning cast iron with lard, does it make a difference what type you use?

by VongolaDecimo 3 years ago

After much frustration, I gave up on seasoning my pan with flaxseed oil (the Sheryl Canter technique). Like countless...

Pheelicks commented 2 years ago

Where to buy lard- Waltham

by rscolao 2 years ago

i have a new sad dairy allergy. Great excuse to try cooking with lard. But from where? The thread I found here on thi...


Madrid commented 2 years ago

Potato chips fried in LARD!

by algct 6 years ago

A few years ago I purchased a bag of chips which were fried in lard. I think they were Gibbles out of Pennsylvania...

Karl S commented 2 years ago

Why Must Pork Fat Be Rendered for Pie Dough?

by opinionatedchef 2 years ago

After reading many recent raves for including real, fresh, untreated lard (not canned w/ additives) in pastry dough, ...

opinionatedchef commented 2 years ago

fresh (rendered) lard?

by GDSwamp 4 years ago

Does anyone know of a butcher that definitely sells fresh, non-hydrogenated lard in Philly? Lots of places have th...


lepidoptery commented 2 years ago

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