got a bunch and now must bake! do you have a favorite recipe to share? Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
There are several considerations whenever you choose to purchase a small bestricecooker. The smallest rice cooker which I'd suggest for home usage is 3 cups since whenever you purchase a 1 cup or 1.5 cups rice stove it is very likely you'll very frequently encounter situations where...Read more
Hi y'all. I have a deep freeze and 2 stand-up fridge side-by-sides, one of which keeps foods in the freezer almost as cold as the deep freeze. As a result, I tend to toss stuff in that super cold side-by-side and forget about it as if it was...Read more
Hey guys this Jack Preparing the best chicken fajita pasta can be really difficult at first. It was almost impossible to master how to do it without proper step-by-step from the chefs. I ve watched hundreds of tutorials online. But nothing beats this simple, clear- to-the-cut video here: https://tasty.co/recipe/one-pot-chicken-fajita-pasta Click the link...Read more
What cookbooks have you bought or are you lusting after? Late 2019 edition!">What cookbooks have you bought or are you lusting after? Late 2019 edition!
Autumn and the run-up to the year-end holidays is a big season for new cookbooks (in North America, at any rate), and there are countless existing books still to discover. What's piquing your interest? Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Hello friends! November nominations are up. Please nominate as many books as you like, and CAPITALIZE THE TITLE as you nominate. If you’re mentioning or discussing the book but not nominating, just name the book without capitalizing. Thanks! We would like to extend a special welcome to anyone new to Cookbook...Read more
Do you own any cookbooks that you've never cooked from?">Do you own any cookbooks that you've never cooked from?
I do! I cleared out a bunch of them when I was moving but there were some that I decided to keep anyway. My list: --How to Bake Everything --Bon Appetit's The Grilling Book --Cook's Illustrated The Science of Good Cooking --Lidia's Mastering the Art of Italian Cooking --Nigella Lawson Simply Nigella --Jasper White's...Read more
Aquafaba is the water that chickpeas are packed in. I've read that it can be used like egg whites--can be whipped like eggwhites, used in cooking like them. I've just started experimenting with aquafaba. And I've seen posts on 1 or 2 sites saying that this stuff may not...Read more
Help! My grandmother made amazing babka and can't find the recipe anywhere. It was huge. Made by putting rolls of dough with filling in large tube pan. The thing that made it special, is how she filled it. She would spread meringue and then a mixture of...Read more
I've been gifted with a box of CDM beignet mix. However, I don't like to fry things. Is there anything else I can make with this? It does not have to be in the beignet/donut family. I'm not familiar with doctoring up boxed mixes. Thanks in advance! Read more