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How can I serve Caesar dressing for a party other than in a salad?">How can I serve Caesar dressing for a party other than in a salad?
I have a delicious Caesar dressing recipe that I have made a few times. I am all about it and would now like to serve it when I'm entertaining. I could serve it in a salad but I'd rather do something else! I wouldn't mind a salad-like preparation (I've seen something...Read more
I got the following from the wife of the owner of a Chinese Restaurant, it is now closed. She said to soak the chicken breast in milk, then coat in a mixture of cracker meal, sugar, salt and white pepper. Then fry it. She said the sauce had almond...Read more
I'm going to be baking three separate layer cakes for an event on a Saturday. One chocolate (the Epicurious double chocolate one), and two yellow/vanilla. I want to bake and wrap ahead of time, and have done so day before use (just wrapped in plastic wrap and left on counter)...Read more
Obama's Favorite Burger Joint Might Just Be Closed For Real">Obama's Favorite Burger Joint Might Just Be Closed For Real
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These Were NOT The Dinner Guest This Barbecuer Was Expecting">These Were NOT The Dinner Guest This Barbecuer Was Expecting
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Also on a whim, I bought a tin of karela from the Asian supermarket. It's a vegetable I've enjoyed at Kashmiri and Punjabi restaurants but have never cooked with it - tinned or fresh. Obviously it's already prepared and cooked as would be any tinned vegetable. Any recipes for using...Read more
Exactly one minute after the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to her 8 pound, 6 ounce prince, ...
Depends on your sauce, I would think. Is the pork plain or with a bbq sauce? If it's a vingary sauce, then I'd go with a creamy coleslaw. If it's plain, or a sweet bbq sauce, then I'd go the vinegar route. Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
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Defrosted pork chops in fridge for 2+ days - OK to cook?">Defrosted pork chops in fridge for 2+ days - OK to cook?
I'm second-guessing myself. I defrosted a pair of boneless pork chops, didn't cook them and am now wondering if it's OK. They smell fine meaning, they don't. My instinct says they're OK to cook. Does anyone think otherwise? THANKS! Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more