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Quenelles are fish dumplings, but there are many different sorts of dumplings. There is the pate a choux approach favored by Anna Willan and there's a more densely fish approach favored by Daniel Boulud. https://app.ckbk.com/recipe/coun07667c04s001r013/quenelles-nantua https://www.saveur.com/pike-quenelles-sauce-nantua-recipe/ I am used to the former but find the latter very appealing. Since mudbug season...Read more
I need to eat 2-3 very ripe bananas every day for 7 days (long story - it has to do with testing for food allergies). The problem is, I hate ripe bananas plain. So... looking for recipes or ideas that would have a LOT of banana in them. Most of...Read more
I received a pretty bottle of cherry balsamic vinegar in- gulp- 2008. Well, actually the best before date is 2008. I liked the bottle/label so didn't get around to actually using it- silly, I know. Question- I read that vinegar does not expire, so can I still use this?...Read more
Still designing my fantasy kitchen for an apartment I don’t have yet. We are looking for a pre-war apartment with no kitchen. I’m looking forward to making my kitchen just the way I like it. When we move, we will likely be required to remove everything from the kitchen, so...Read more
yes. also, baking soda is unnecessary. the crispest skin comes from air-drying the pieces. i have no idea how to get crisp skin with a wet rub except for a reverse sear at the end? Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Costco Sous Vide ‘Grass Fed Sliced Beef Sirloin’.">Costco Sous Vide ‘Grass Fed Sliced Beef Sirloin’.
Has anyone tried this product? I picked one of these up to try at Costco yesterday. I am thinking about quickly sautéing a few slices, cutting them into bite sized pieces and then cooling them down. I would then serve them with horseradish sauce or blue cheese sauce as an appetizer....Read more
If you’re drinking a lot, just watch the cream and sugar if you add it, the calories can add up quickly and possibly cause weight gain if you’re having too many. Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
What is the difference between a mixer and a blender?">What is the difference between a mixer and a blender?
I will highlight the difference between a mixer grinder and a blender so that you have an accurate idea of the exact work each one has been designed to perform. Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Many people made the mistake of putting frozen fruit in a blender that destroys your blender in form of cracking sharp blades. My recommendation is that put the frozen fruit in natural temperature water and then put them into the blender. Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Help Buying American Bresse Chicken Ready To Cook!">Help Buying American Bresse Chicken Ready To Cook!
Hi - I'm a newcomer. On searching this site I see that this topic has come up in the past - but on threads that are too old to add new posts Put simply - I'm a fan of the Bresse chicken - having eaten them in France. I understand...Read more