My wife is hooked on the Norwegian cooking show New Scandinavian Cooking. In this episode the host casually opens a tin can and pulls out a whole fresh lemon. [more inside]
My fiance's dad gave us a large amount of homemade sweet canned pears for Christmas last year. I want to get them off the shelf, but I don't like sweets all that much. What can I do with these poor, neglected things? [more inside]
After a mistake in an Amazon order, I now own 12 cans of Mackerel in Olive Oil, 24 cans of White Albacore in water, 12 cans of Wild Anchovies in Water, and 50 cans of Sardines in Water. I've already eaten enough tuna/anchovy/sardine salad in the past week to last a lifetime , what else can I make with all this canned fish?
I really want to find, be it on a soundboard, a youtube clip, or anywhere else online, a clip of when a studio audience would react with a collective happy-shocked "Ooooh!/Wooo!" when, for example, a couple unexpectedly kiss. My google- and youtube-fu are failing me. Help?
Unfortunately for those who have to hear me wax poetic about SPAM all of the time, this little tin of potted meat has been my obsession for the past week or so. I have tried a few things, and plan to try another, but I have two tins of SPAM, and only one recipe left. [more inside]
Can I safely pack canned alcoholic cider in checked airplane luggage? [more inside]
How can I extract/rid of methylmercury out of canned Tuna? I bought a ton, and just realized I should have went with canned salmon. There HAS to be an easy way to at least cut down on the Hg content... right? [more inside]
I opened a store bought can of tomatoes and poured it into a pot of chili. Now that the chili's simmering, the empty can smells like fish and I noticed a dent at the bottom near the seam. [more inside]
My husband is developing a craft canned beer class and is having trouble coming up with a name [more inside]
I'm trying to switch my older cat from a dry to a wet canned food diet, but every time I try she ends up with vomiting and diarrhea. Help! [more inside]
Favorite recipes using canned coconut meat in syrup? [more inside]
What can I do to bounce back after being fired? [more inside]
Tell me how you use canned pumpkin. [more inside]
dried beans --> canned beans conversion [more inside]
Where can I find scorpions (either jerked or canned) in New York City? [more inside]
I just found out that my friend is eating seven tins of tuna fish a week. I'm concerned about the levels of mercury he may be ingesting. He says he'll consider cutting down on the tuna if I can suggest an alternative that's high in protein, low in fat, not in need of refrigeration, portable and cheap. Any ideas? Any convincing arguments that my concern is groundless? [more inside]
After months of diligently shopping healthier, I have come to the realization that I just cannot get through the fresh vegetables I buy in a timely manner. Having decided to go back to cans (except for cabbage and onions), tell me what I should be on the lookout for, in terms of great-tasting things to try.
Catfilter: What is the texture of your cat's wet food? [more inside]
Know any good ways to prepare canned oysters? [more inside]
Assuming there are no signs of spoilage, is it safe to drink 10 year old grape juice that I canned myself? If not, can I safely use it as a syrup (vino cotto) if I reduce it by simmering?
Why do canned soups have a warning that says "do not add water?" I take it as a warning because the phrase is always capitalized and bolded.
Help me figure out the name of the brand of canned butter my mother loved as a child growing up in Taiwan. [more inside]
Are there videos of typical sitcoms that use canned laughter without the laugh track? [more inside]
I've decided to eat more vegetables, and I have a few questions about the necessity of cooking them, the nutritional content of frozen vegetables, and how cooking affects the nutritional content. [more inside]
I've decided that I'd like to get more omega-3 fatty acids from fish in my diet, and I'm wondering what the most cost effective way to get it is. [more inside]
Tinned celery in the UK - have I been hallucinating canned vegetables? [more inside]
Is well-canned food that has sat around in extreme temperatures safe? I recently bought some canned goods, let them sit in the back seat of my car in 100+ degree temperatures, and when I went to pick them out, they were painfully hot to the touch. Would this alter their safety for consumption?