Archive for February 2019
My slow cooker CHX is overcooked but not dry. In fact it is EXTREMELY moist and have found zero ideas online. I'm looking for something other than CHX salad for sandwiches. I'd rather eat it than turn it into part of my pets food (it's 5#'s and...Read more
These little sweet breads are super delicious and they come in many flavours. I love the chocolate version and they don't just taste great but also look amazing. Below a link to a very nice recipe of vanilla and chocolate Conchas. Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
What are you baking these days? March 2019 edition">What are you baking these days? March 2019 edition
What's baking in your kitchen? Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
I recently ordered a jar of fig miso from Namikura Miso Company. It has an incredible savory Fig Newton flavor, but now that it's here I realize I have no idea what to do with it. Besides savory "Fig Newtons" (which I don't have time to make), does anyone have...Read more
How long does a raw chicken sausage from butcher last?">How long does a raw chicken sausage from butcher last?
Unlike raw chicken meat, sausages are filled with bacteria because of how they are made. 5 days is way too long for me. Id absolutely not eat it. Don't forget that food goes bad well before it starts to smell and that cooking doesn't necessarily make them safe....Read more
Hi, I can definitely recommend you to look at this recipe http://indulgy.com/post/lPVzuhUkU4/best-chocolate-banana-bread-is-the-best-banan by Sweet & Savory Meals. There is a great step-by-step guide for everyone. I started using recipes from there myself Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
How long does a raw chicken sausage from butcher last">How long does a raw chicken sausage from butcher last
I bought a chicken sausage from a local butcher five days ago and totally forgot I had it. Is it still safe to cook or did I wait to long. It’s also a stuffed one that has cheese and tomato sauce in it if that makes any difference. Read more
I made some granola and it turned out good, but it was too hard for my taste. I saw some old post for the same question (thanks), and the answer seems to be to not overcook. Any other suggestions? I like it crunchy but not worry about one of us...Read more
Bread w/ big holes... punch down the dough or not?">Bread w/ big holes... punch down the dough or not?
I see people punching down the dough that had risen which removes the air bubbles. I thought that's undesirable and makes the bread too dense and without the nice big holes? I was always very careful to only lightly shape the dough and keep as many air bubbles as possible....Read more