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Cookbook of the Month June 2013: BURMA Condiments & Sauces, Rice, Noodles, Sweet Treats">Cookbook of the Month June 2013: BURMA Condiments & Sauces, Rice, Noodles, Sweet Treats
Perfumed Coconut Rice, p. 237 I made this coconut rice to go with the lemongrass fish, and the two went well together. This rice has a lovely mild flavor and a very pretty yellow color from the turmeric (of which I used a bit extra). I made a half...Read more
Kunefe - a Turkish (and other places) dessert - ISO a recipe">Kunefe - a Turkish (and other places) dessert - ISO a recipe
I grew up in Turkey, there are as many variations of this dessert as there are cheesecake variations in the US :) The cheese is very different here. I have made it with a mix of shredded mozzarella and feta cheese (soaked in water for salt removal) then food processor. This...Read more
6 Ways To Introduce Whole Grains Into Your Kid's Diet">6 Ways To Introduce Whole Grains Into Your Kid's Diet
The Western diet is rich in highly processed, simple carbohydrates.
White bread, white rice and whit...
Cookbook of the Month June 2013: BURMA Basics, salads, soups, vegetables">Cookbook of the Month June 2013: BURMA Basics, salads, soups, vegetables
Needed a side vegetable for Burmese dinner, had snap peas, and remembered LN's variation. It worked out great! Your lime juice addition is also a great idea, as I continue to think this salad could use a hit of acid (I used all of my lime for the...Read more
Waitress: My Boss Forced Me To Eat 'Magic' Mushrooms">Waitress: My Boss Forced Me To Eat 'Magic' Mushrooms
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Spiced tofu (p. 124, OtS) I liked this a lot; others were ok with it. Very very easy to make. In a frying pan put hoisin, chinese rice wine (I used dry sherry), ginger, 2 small chopped chilies and some chicken stock (I used veg because that is what I had...Read more
Yesterday I slow-cooked an 11lb brisket on my Weber kettle. I had to go out for a while during the day and had to relight the coals when I got back. It's a delicate balance on the Weber restricting the air using the bottom vents to keep the temp...Read more