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We’re excited to host Dorie Greenspan—a favorite within our community—on our last Table Talk edition of 2017. Ten things about Dorie in her own words: — I was born in Brooklyn (before it was hip and groovy). — I burned my parents’ kitchen down when I was 12 and didn’t cook...Read more
I poach chicken once a week and end up with more broth than I need for a recipe. I strain the broth and put it in the freezer. Although I do remember to use the chicken broth the next time a recipe calls for it (and I have plenty...Read more
Re-packaging frozen fish into smaller pieces: tips?">Re-packaging frozen fish into smaller pieces: tips?
I frequently buy whole fillets of frozen fish in sizes that for me will take two meals to eat. To divide the fillets, I immerse one half of the fillet, in its packaging, into slightly cool water. As the fillet thaws, the water gets colder, so I will change the...Read more
A marriage between my favourite chicken wings and my Portuguese roots">A marriage between my favourite chicken wings and my Portuguese roots
Excerpt from our food blog story about these wings. "Here’s where the culinary marriage came in. I decided to combine butter, peri peri sauce and a few extra ingredients to make something reminiscent of my favourite chicken wings and Portuguese flavours all in one. Have you ever seen a group...Read more
I like fresh mint but not fresh dill in my Tzatziki Sauce. If I don't have any fresh mint can I use dried like McCormick's or am I better off omitting it altogether? Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Anyone know of any ranges on the market that consist of a gas cooktop, but an electric oven? Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
These are free??? Go figure! Just pay shipping! My friend ordered 10 times so far!! Let's see if they send them! Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
I got some skin on pork that has an identifying tattoo. Do I cut it off before cooking it? Is it edible? I can't find any information about this anywhere. Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Actually when you can you use a combination of wax and boiling. The best way to do it is to take your wax and grade it using a cheese grader. Boil the jars and lids for about an hour. Let them cool. Fill the jars about half way with wax....Read more
Can I season beans after cooking and freezing them?">Can I season beans after cooking and freezing them?
Hi. I cooked a lb of pinto beans with ham hock, salt and pepper a few weeks ago. They were a little bland, but I froze half. Now I want to thaw those beans and add pinto seasoning. Is it too late to do that or can I add it...Read more