Archive for February 2018
HOMEMADE PASTA - click on the heart here to vote for homemade pasta. Please don't reply to this particular post. Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Hi all, I was wondering whether there was an advanced macarons class anyone on here would recommend? I self taught myself how to make macarons about a year ago and have made about 80 batches so far. I'd love to take a class where it was invented. If anyone has...Read more
Crab Cakes recipe from The Bristol Bar and Grill...">Crab Cakes recipe from The Bristol Bar and Grill...
I've had crab cakes on the West coast and the East coast. I've had what were the supposedly the best crab cakes in Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, Charleston, New Orleans, Seattle.... I've never had crab cakes as good as the crab cakes I've had at Bristol. They...Read more
I have a vacation home in Palm Beach and can't find fresh chilli peppers in the food stores. Looking for both the small green and red ones for making curry. Widely available in Europe but just can't find them here. Can only find dried ones and of course the powder....Read more
So the list of books for this year's Piglet is out. What does everyone think of the books they picked? I'm honestly surprised that Ottolenghi's Sweet isn't on the list. Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Last night I made Anthony Bourdains version of Cacio e Pepe and it was very, very good. Did cut back the pepper. It made me curious about other versions and how they would be made. During the night, about 3 AM The dogs...Read more
Biryani isn't a normal one-pot rice dish. It's rich in flavors combined with wonderful crisp herbs, toasted nuts and raisins, along these lines influencing this a feast to fit for the rulers, actually. It is trusted this was made in the kitchens of Mughal Emperors. These days, this prevalent Indian...Read more
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Let’s use this thread to share concise weekly dinner menus for each week in March – the month that’s also a command to move your feet. Will you be travelling during Spring Break weeks or needing to provide lunches for a larger crowd at home? Hosting basketball-watch parties? Trying your...Read more
Lamb Experts: in the quest for "melt off the bone" meat -- shanks vs shoulder? Oven vs slow cooker?">Lamb Experts: in the quest for "melt off the bone" meat -- shanks vs shoulder? Oven vs slow cooker?
I've used this recipe twice for dinner parties with rave reviews. I served it with buttered couscous. It has similar ingredients with the pomegranate molasses, and chickpeas. Lamb shanks will cook faster than shoulder. You can save time by taking the recipe short of putting in the oven the day...Read more