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November 23

Homemade stuffing recipe to please losers who love Stove Top

We're going to a group Thanksgiving and need to make the stuffing. My spouse loves to go nuts with elaborate recipes but none of the ones we've tried taste half as good as plain old Stove Top stuffing. And when we asked our friends they admitted the same. What's a recipe that will give that very basic kind of generic stuffing goodness but with a homemade flair? Or is there a way can we make Stove Top but make it less depressing and show some effort? [more inside]
posted by Comrade Doll at 10:16 AM - 30 answers

November 22

Truckstop cappuccino recommendations

I want to give my wife a variety of flavors of coffee and coffee flavorings for Christmas. She has no interest in quality, she is a connoisseur of what I like to call "shitty, super sweet coffee." Help me find some different flavorings and options to make her mind reel with the delicious possibilities! ($120 total gift limit) [more inside]
posted by BleachBypass at 11:10 AM - 28 answers

November 21

Help Me Stock a Global Kitchen

If you were stocking a kitchen for people from all over the world, what seasonings would you buy? What are the five to ten spices or spice mixes essential to any country's cuisine? [more inside]
posted by sleepy psychonaut at 4:52 PM - 14 answers

Four Meyer Lemons

My coworker just brought me four huge meyer lemons. What should I do with them?? [more inside]
posted by monologish at 7:42 AM - 15 answers

November 20

Name upgrade for a cake swap

Instead of a Christmas gift exchange this year, my mom's small church is doing a cake swap. Each household brings a nice cake, pie, or other dessert, and at the end of the evening there will be a drawing to see who takes which dessert home. She wants a better name than "dessert extravaganza!" Any ideas? They're planning to display things nicely on multi-leveled stands, but any other thoughts on making this more special or entertaining are welcome!
posted by bizzyb at 5:47 PM - 18 answers

Liquor for Tuaca lover

I have an aunt that loves Tuaca. I'd like to get her a present that is a bottle of liquor she'll love that she may not be familiar with. She'll drink just about anything, but her preferred cocktail is straight up Tuaca on the rocks. Anyone know of anything interesting or obscure that might be awesome?
posted by Jacob G at 4:37 PM - 12 answers

November 19

Go Pho Yourself Thanksgiving

Our Thanksgiving feast this year is Vietnamese cuisine. We're going to bring spring rolls and...something else. What should our something else be? Links to recipes much appreciated. The group is a mix of pescatarians and ominivores. Spicy food is just fine. We have access to a good asian grocery. [more inside]
posted by mcstayinskool at 9:02 AM - 20 answers

November 18

Please help de-alcohol this cake!

I'm making this cake for Thanksgiving and need help substituting a couple of ingredients. [more inside]
posted by hilaryjade at 6:27 AM - 6 answers

November 17

can I eat this: preserved lemon edition

Jar of commercially prepared and jarred preserved lemons, expired in April. They are totally fine, right? [more inside]
posted by goodbyewaffles at 3:59 PM - 4 answers

November 16

I'm gonna need some dog treats for this

I am interested in baking some dog treats. Except these treats aren't for dogs, and they're not even really for eating. Instead they're a cosplay prop, and the most important thing is that I can hold them in my mouth as long as possible. Do you know how I might make these? [more inside]
posted by brett at 7:20 PM - 12 answers

Something Different for Christmas Dinner?

What kind of special, fancy, slightly fussy meals would you recommend I make for Christmas dinner? Details inside. [more inside]
posted by sandraregina at 5:42 AM - 23 answers

November 15

Roasted Sweet Potatoes

I'm an American living abroad trying to cobble together something for Thanksgiving sans oven. I also am an idiot when it comes to cooking. I can buy roasted sweet potatoes on the street, how can I make them like sweet potato casserole or similar? Also, any other easy Thanksgiving-ish side dish ideas would be appreciated.
posted by Trifling at 4:24 PM - 13 answers

November 14

Great but lesser-known cookery books?

Thanks to my local library, I've been working my way through the best-known cookery books (in the UK, at least). Delia, Gordon and Jamie have been thoroughly perused, as have Mr Slater and Mr Stein etc etc. I'd love to expand my repertoire further and find more obscure things to have a bash at! [more inside]
posted by threetwentytwo at 11:46 AM - 12 answers

Finding Delicious Asian Crackers Again

My friend bought these cheesy, buttery, sweet sandwich crackers from a local Asian supermarket (I think Ranch 99?), but I can’t seem to find them. Description inside. [more inside]
posted by Garm at 7:43 AM - 7 answers

Mount Caramel

I need a caramel that will drip when warm, but firm up at room temperature. Help me fulfill my dipped cookie dreams! [more inside]
posted by Mrs. Rattery at 7:15 AM - 8 answers

November 13

How long are dried mushrooms good for?

I bought 4 ounces of dried porcini mushrooms last year with the intent of making a bunch of Magic Mushroom Powder for people as Christmas gifts. This did not happen. The mushrooms have been sitting in a dark cupboard in the dining room (so away from sources of heat in the kitchen) for the last year. They came in 1 ounce plastic bags that are still sealed shut. Okay to use? I'd like to actually make the powder this year. Thanks!
posted by skycrashesdown at 5:31 PM - 4 answers

Should I eat this pork roast that looks sponge like?

What is going on with this meat? So we just roasted a pork roast bought from a well known national discount grocer, that rhymes with Aldi. It came out with a bunch of holes that we initially thought were "pretenderizing". But on further examination, it doesn't look like any jicarding outcome that happens to meat. Here are the photos: https://imgur.com/a/AuMaa
posted by Brent Parker at 4:23 PM - 24 answers

Food Giftcard for Those in Need

I would like to carry food giftcards with me to handout to the homeless during my daily commute, what type would provide the most bang for the buck? [more inside]
posted by Sreiny at 12:39 PM - 20 answers

Pimp My Noodles

What ingredients should I always have around so that I can easily whip up a great bowl of noodle soup, or just noodles, with all of the ramen, rice vermicelli, udon and buckwheat I have? [more inside]
posted by nightrecordings at 10:40 AM - 17 answers

Looking for fun restaurants for kids in Boston

I'm looking for recommendations for restaurants in the Boston metro area that are either kid-centric or have some sort of hook that make them a lot of fun for kids. Note - not restaurants that are just kid friendly but that have something special or different that makes them especially appealing and fun for kids. [more inside]
posted by pallas14 at 8:28 AM - 11 answers

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