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Cake pan size question for the bakers">Cake pan size question for the bakers

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 6, 2019 | Category : Recipes

One of my food goals is to bake more cakes in 2020. I've been totally inspired by the beautiful cakes being made here. However, I plan on gifting the cakes to friends who are single or small families of 2. Thus, I'm interested in getting smaller pans. So what do...

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Catering Coq au vin">Catering Coq au vin

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 6, 2019 | Category : Recipes

I am catering an event for 25 people. They requested coq au vin. I have made coq au vin quite a bit before but not for 25 people. Anyone have any advice on making this dish in a large quantity... warming to serve, keeping carrots in tact,...

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Urgent! Keeping wine in Staub dutch oven overnight">Urgent! Keeping wine in Staub dutch oven overnight

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 6, 2019 | Category : Recipes

Hi, I intend to poach some pears in red wine using my Staub dutch oven and let them sit in the fridge for 24 hours. I'm wondering if its safe to keep the wine in the dutch oven for so long even if it is enameled? Will the acid destroy...

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My Bombay Kitchen Cardamom Cake">My Bombay Kitchen Cardamom Cake

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 6, 2019 | Category : Recipes

Since I can't find the exact recent discussion of this cake ... I was just in Buenos Aires for a week, renting a lovely studio AirBnB. I met the owner and we started discussing recipes and I told her I would send her the recipe for Cardamom Cake. ...

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The Freshest Ceviche">The Freshest Ceviche

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Ceviche is about the freshest seafood one can ever enjoy. I was lucky enough to come across 3 fishermen on the rugged desert coast of Peru (the home of ceviche) and watch them make a cracking fresh ceviche right then and there: here is how they created the most original...

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ISO: heritage pork for charcuterie (Toronto)">ISO: heritage pork for charcuterie (Toronto)

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 5, 2019 | Category : Recipes

Hi all, I'm looking to get my hands on some heritage pork (Berkshire, dare I dream of Mangalitza?) for some homemade charcuterie. Quicker, smaller stuff, like guanciale, homemade bacon, pancetta, etc. Healthy Butcher has some good stuff on their website as do some other places- but I'm looking for proper recommendations...

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COOKIE HELP PLEASE">COOKIE HELP PLEASE

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 5, 2019 | Category : Recipes

Yeah sure, it may even be tastier. Browned butter and all - I made a cookie recipe a few weeks ago with browned butter. Go ahead. But make sure the butter has cooled a bit before you add it to the cookie dough. Reading More May Cause...

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Citrus with alcohol, served warm?">Citrus with alcohol, served warm?

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 5, 2019 | Category : Recipes

In the 70's, my mother used to make a citrus dessert - probably rounds of oranges and grapefruit plus perhaps bing cherries? I suspect it had a healthy dose of alcohol in it, and it was served hot / warm as a complete dessert (ie, not on top of...

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Mashed potato casserole">Mashed potato casserole

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 4, 2019 | Category : Recipes

Several days ago, I put together a mashed potato casserole with chopped green onions and cheese and (I think) egg. I did not have a chance to make bake it, so its been in the fridge for the last three days. Is it safe to cook and eat?...

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What to do with smoked beer?">What to do with smoked beer?

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 4, 2019 | Category : Recipes

My husband ended up buying this VERY smokey beer - which both of us normally enjoy - but the smoke flavour is just way too strong to drink an entire bottle. We have 3-4 bottles of it left. Any ideas on how to use it up? I...

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