ok, well, there's a couple of threads about beer here now. I give you the beer thread to end all beer threads. so seeing as the topic is beer in general, I'll start off by naming what I've got in my fridge right now.
DFH 60min IPA
DFH 90min IPA
Redhook ESB (picked it up this morning)...
Chocolate is liked by almost everyone. But how many of you chocolate lovers would try it coated on any of the following:
Guys i am looking for a good soup recipe for dieting... ??
if anyone of you know any so please share with me
I cook a lot of Cuban food, but my recipes are a little of dis and a little o' dat. But when you want something online, this place is a great place to start. I do change a lot of it for the stuff I actually cook to be true Cuban (or what I remember to be "true Cuban" based on my family and my...
Tonight its beef pot pie:
I make a pie crust. Add leftoever beef and gravy and a variety of veggies and bake until golden brown.
Served with a tossed salad.
For me I am having Tempah strips sauted in olive oil and soysauce. placed on a grinder roll with lettuce and tomato and topped with...
last week I read that to make pie crust flakier and also helps to stop it from sticking to roller.
For water ingrediant,mix only half the water and the rest vodka,half and half.It works ,no more sticking to roller pin.:nice:
The thread on chicken pot pies got me to thinking.
What foods will you absolutely not eat?
Peas- Yucky little green globs of snot
Mayonaise- Production should be permanently halted and existing supplies destroyed
Raw onions- the taste is fine, but the slimy texture just makes me...
I get Southern Living Magazine and have several of their cookbooks. I keep coming across things in the recipes I never heard of or can't seem to find. Sorghum is one of them. It seems to be a syrup,what can I use as a good substitute. Anybody know of a chain store that sells pepper jelly? I'm not...
A cooking section! I love to cook and I am obviously a nOOb for stating as much! :drink: I will post more in this section after I get done having a life! :nice: Be on the lookout for my Jäger Schnitzel recipe. :drool:
Yep, that's what they are called. But it is a great recipe, healthy (using either turkey or tofu), easy to make and man, it is great on a cold day!
Guy looks a whole lot like Fabio:
Pass the butter!!
Actually, that recipe sounds pretty good, a bean chili, good for a cold day like today.
I might add eggs later.
Will report on results.
Everybody likes them differently, some in interesting ways. When I waitresses one of the regulars like his eggs sunny side up and burned on bottom.:P
I Like mine over easy with lots of pepper and two slices of buttered toast to soak up the yolk.
I recently started making baked, bone-in leg ham. Awesome stuff!
I'll have none of that shoulder crap. I'm a leg man.
Get yourself a fully cured half ham. This will feed a small army.
Score the top (fatty) side and stud with a few cloves.
Place in a roasting pan (fat side up) and cover...
I'm pretty much done with most dairy,except butter.
So I have been testing coconut,soy and almond soy milks in plce of cow,goat milks.
I made my first cornbread with soy a couple times now,it works great . To get the buttermilk flavor I just add a tbspn of vinegar to the recipe .:)
O K , I am trying to cook a spiral ham. The directions are all there, and a packet comes with it, so......
Maybe I can do this without poisening my loved ones, or getting them sick.
Then, I will even try to make navy bean soup with the leftovers.
If today is the last you here from...
So far cornbread dressing,candied yams,turkey,chicken,collard greens,potatoe salad and last but not least cranberry sauce.
I just want to ask you, which one is your favorite cookies ?
Guys, I also really like many cookies, but (Amos) is my favorite, cookies, because it's too yum-me and tasty...
What about you guys?
And I don't mean tobacco.
I got Myron Mixon's BBQ book and did his spare ribs. Best ever. I couldn't believe his marinade worked so well. It had Ginger Ale, orange juice, salt, Worchestershire sauce and ranch dressing powder packets.
I'm just experimenting with this. Haven't gotten it perfected yet, but so far it's pretty good.
* Use olive oil to lightly brown minced garlic in pan.
* After it's lightly brown add chopped onions. Don't add them until the garlic is brown or it will be kind of bitter and you'll have to...
Anyone have a good recipe? I have cook books but wonder if theres a trick to it that makes it better.
These are both delicious and easy, they're also reasonably cheap, and leave a lot of room for creativity. No recipe, just a general process:
Usually, you use regular white button mushrooms, but baby portabellas work, too. They have better flavor, but the bite-sized ones are best.
For those of you who love them but don't like paying $1/wing for something you can make easily, you should make them yourself. SUPER easy, and nearly fail proof.
Heat oil to about 350.
Put wings in oil.
Leave them there until they're golden brown.
Put them on a paper towel and dump lots and...
I soak it in either wine or Worcestershire sauce for a bit, then rub fresh ground black pepper, salt, and minced garlic into it, the put a very fine coat of olive oil over it to help keep it from drying, then broil it or grill it 5 mins per side for a thick steak to come out medium rare.
I have personal reservations regarding the menu but I totally dig this concept!
Football is just around the corner and a new snack/party food is always something good.
Interested in any of these let me know and I'll post the recipe.
1. 7 layer dip.
2. Bacon wrapped jalapenos
3. Sticky Chicken
4. Salami wrapped Pepperoncinis (or Tabasco peppers) and cream cheese.
Are you tired of what you eat everyday? Do you want to spice things up at your dining table?
If you got tired of Chinese and Japanese cuisine, give Korean cuisine a try!
Korean food is not greasy, and is vegetarian-based well-being cuisine.
K-food may be too spicy for your taste, and Kimchi may...
Sugar alternative, Nectresse, derives its natural sweetness from monk fruit, a small green melon that has been cultivated in Asia for hundreds of years. Found on lush vines in remote mountain regions, monk fruit is traditionally grown in small family orchards. Today, McNeil Nutritionals, LLC, has...
so, im trying to cut back on meat. mostly just because i dont particularly like it. i only ever eat chicken, really, but would like to cut back to maybe 3 times a week.
any suggestions for high protein meatless meals? :)
Liver (though I like liverwurst on bread with mustard)
I'm a vegetarian and have been for 2 years. I love experimenting with food but I've run out of ideas. Any inspiration?
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