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Gros Michel Banana

Where can I find a gros michel banana to eat. I just need one, not the whole plant, I just want to try the old fashioned banana. Banana forums warn of scams where only a Cavendish has been eaten. Where's that Gros Michel. Where is Fat Mike Banan. i live in louisville kentucky but have access to Online
posted by Greg Nog on Apr 10, 2016 - 6 answers

Couch to 5k...for cooking?

My experience in the kitchen is limited to pouring a bowl of cereal. But I'd like to become a decent cook. Are there any books or website guides that go from zero to chef? Something that would have me cooking basics one by one and build my way to actually making some dishes and knowing what I'm doing in the kitchen. Thanks!
posted by rastapasta on Apr 9, 2016 - 30 answers

Given the Taubes/Lustig view on sugar, why not use dextrose everywhere?

If we assume the (increasingly accepted) view that sugar, in any decent quantity, is a highly unhealthy thing to eat, and that the main culprit is actually fructose, is there any good reason to not aggressively replace sugar or HFCS with dextrose? [more inside]
posted by tempythethird on Apr 7, 2016 - 10 answers

Too many veggies - no soup for me!

I have been partially successful at clean eating over the past few weeks. Recent organic veg deliveries have left me with an overload of broccoli, carrots and peppers. Sadly, I cannot stand soups of any variety and have had enough of tomato-based dishes. What can I cook that will not bore me to death after two portions of it? I can be convinced to add meat to if it will make it delicious. Bonus points if it can be frozen or transported and reheated easily for work lunches. Thanks in advance!
posted by joboe on Apr 3, 2016 - 22 answers

1631 sugar

What was sugar like in Europe in 1631? If a recipe called for a couple ounces of sugar, was it conveniently granulated like it is now? [more inside]
posted by aniola on Mar 29, 2016 - 13 answers

inexpensive NOLA eats for a group

I'll be accompanying a group of college students to a conference in New Orleans later in the week, and we're looking at going out to dinner Thursday night. Where should we go? We need somewhere on the cheaper side, maybe $15 max for entrees, with cheaper options available if they just want something small. Easy access from canal or the convention center area, and easy seating for around 12. [more inside]
posted by bizzyb on Mar 28, 2016 - 10 answers

Help reduce our grocery budget

I want to trim our grocery budget. What are you suggestions for recipes/cookbooks/websites/tips/etc that meet my needs (inside)? [more inside]
posted by synecdoche on Mar 26, 2016 - 27 answers

I hate baking

Convince me to love it. [more inside]
posted by nightrecordings on Mar 26, 2016 - 40 answers

which restaurants in Rome are vegetarian-friendly?

We'll be in Rome for a short break in April. My wife and 10yo daughter are both vegetarians - I & my son eat meat. Can anyone recommend restaurants? [more inside]
posted by rd45 on Mar 24, 2016 - 13 answers

A dog's dinner

What dog food can I use to replace Hill's Prescription I/D Gastrointestinal formula? [more inside]
posted by HonoriaGlossop on Mar 18, 2016 - 17 answers

Missing hunger!

Help a small girl out by suggesting ways to stimulate her appetite. [more inside]
posted by opalshards on Mar 17, 2016 - 15 answers

Good eats in downtown Halifax

Where are your favorite places to chow down in downtown Halifax? [more inside]
posted by ageispolis on Mar 12, 2016 - 10 answers

Help me source or make Atlantic Canadian food in Ontario

I'm from Nova Scotia. I moved to Ontario in 2012 and I am having serious food homesickness. I know there are Ontarioan Mefites, and possibly some fellow homesick Atlantic Canadian Mefites. I'm moving to Toronto soon and I want to source some ingredients or find some restaurants that serve Atlantic Canadian style dishes. [more inside]
posted by Stonkle on Mar 12, 2016 - 14 answers

Different chicken salad

I make chicken salad frequently. I make it by mixing shredded chicken, chopped veggies, sometimes fruit (grapes, blueberries or oranges), seasonings, acid (lemon, orange, or fancy vinegar) and mayo. I experiment with seasonings A LOT, but they all end up tasting pretty much the same. I think this happens because the mayo dampens the flavor of the seasonings. Can you suggest a way to avoid this? I'd like to have 4-5 different chicken salads with distinct taste profiles. [more inside]
posted by OrangeDisk on Mar 11, 2016 - 39 answers

What did you replace your comfort eating with?

You are future me. You used to self-sabotage your healthy intentions after shitty days by eating weird, crappy foods. No disordered eating or thinking, just zero self control and a feeling of 'fuck the plan, I'm sad and I deserve to feel better'. What did you successfully replace the weird crappy foods with to give you the same 'comfort blanket' feeling without the sabotage? [more inside]
posted by citands on Mar 10, 2016 - 40 answers

Help us make a master list of weeknight recipes!

What are your recipes for weeknight meals? What do you have for dinner that you make yourself in a relatively short amount of time and/or with relatively little effort? Help us figure out a variety of dinners to put on a meal-planning list! [more inside]
posted by Mrs. Pterodactyl on Mar 9, 2016 - 77 answers

Vegan-friendly restaurant near Times Square for a party of 10-15

The wife and I are visiting NYC next week, and we haven't been for more than 10 years. Unfortunately, we've only got one evening to spend before we move onto another city, but there are a lot of friends we'd like to see. I want to invite my friends to have a sit-down dinner with us to catch up, since there won't be time for anything else, but I have a few criteria... [more inside]
posted by the_wintry_mizzenmast on Mar 7, 2016 - 10 answers

In Search of Soy Free Soylent Substitutes

I am having a hard time getting enough calories and nutrients in my body each day. Part of the issue involves inconsistent access to food due to family stuff; the rest involves a loss of appetite as I progress through treatment for bipolar II. I'd love to be able to keep something in my room that can help me stop going to sleep hungry, but I need it to be soy, walnut, and coconut free. What might be a good interim solution as I work back towards eating proper meals every day?
posted by Hermione Granger on Mar 7, 2016 - 16 answers

Sorry Mum, I ruined your wedding present cookware...

Can I use my mother's Falconware roasting dish on a gas hob without scorching the bottom? [more inside]
posted by HypotheticalWoman on Mar 5, 2016 - 10 answers

Food-Positive, Body-Positive, Meditative Nutrition/Diet Advice

Can you point me to some good resources for developing a better diet, given my particular situation and my very persnickety preferences regarding tone? [more inside]
posted by meese on Mar 4, 2016 - 19 answers

Best snacks to buy in bulk on Amazon?

Bonus points for diet-friendly but all snacks welcome. [more inside]
posted by stoneandstar on Mar 1, 2016 - 9 answers

411 on Baltimore's Little Italy

At a conference in March, I'll be organizing a group of public history colleagues for a dinner conversation. I'd really like skip the hotel restaurants and chains take them to Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood, but I don't know much about the area. Can you recommend a good place where 15 people could have dinner, ideally in a private room or somewhere easy to hear? And what other sites/stops/points of interest would some geeky historians like to know about? Thanks!
posted by Miko on Feb 26, 2016 - 8 answers

Help us not starve!

Short version: The family's primary cook and caregiver is in the hospital for an unknown length of time. It'll be two weeks minimum, could be a lot longer. Then she'll have a long recovery period at home. Her husband and I both theoretically can cook, though he's not very good, and I have medical complications. Between us we have to feed each other and a couple teenagers. Meal planning's fallen to me, but most of the shopping and cooking is on him. We need to survive until his wife's out of the hospital. Help? [more inside]
posted by The Almighty Mommy Goddess on Feb 23, 2016 - 38 answers

Best time to tour Washington wine country including Walla Walla

Coming from Seattle, we'd like to travel through Washington wine country this year eating good food and tasting wine. Our ultimate goal is Walla Walla, but we assume we will probably stop in the Tri-Cities and Yakima Valley as well. An acquaintance advises against visiting during Spring Release the first weekend of May due to crowds. When would be an alternate time to go that would still have nice weather but be easier to find lodging? We will have a car and would probably want to spend less than $200 a night at hotels.
posted by matildaben on Feb 22, 2016 - 4 answers

Where should I eat tonight in NYC?

I am in the city for business tonight and will be left to my own devices for dinner. I would like someplace where I can sit at a somewhat quiet bar, read a book, and eat a reasonably priced burger. Help me Metafilter, I am paralyzed with indecision. [more inside]
posted by banjo_and_the_pork on Feb 22, 2016 - 21 answers


I want to make a food-producing container garden on our (rented) apartment's small balcony. The good news: the balcony gets tons of sun. The bad news: the usable footprint is about 6'x6' and 6' of vertical space. What can I do to grow the most vegetables in this space? [more inside]
posted by overeducated_alligator on Feb 22, 2016 - 17 answers

YASTE (... Safe to eat?)

I have left over slices of abs fab BBQ beef brisket from Franklin's BBQ in Austin, TX. It will have been at room temp for 12-16 hours, wrapped in plastic. I dearly want to eat this ... dare I?
posted by cameradv on Feb 20, 2016 - 38 answers

I'll drive to Sandwich for a sandwich

I'm in Central Massachusetts and like stuff like Sowa in Boston. Art, antiques, craft, and food all together! Are there any other places like this within a couple hours of Central Massachusetts?
posted by ReluctantViking on Feb 19, 2016 - 9 answers

Please help me feed my friends

I need a collection of ideas for easily prepared, light meals to serve when friends drop by. Think lunch or small plates to go with a glass of wine. Often friends will drop by within a couple hours notice. They like to eat and I like to be a good host. No firm dietary restrictions for most but these friends are interested in healthy eating, fewer carbs. One vegetarian in the mix. The entire meal does not have to be vegetarian. Thank you!
posted by goodsearch on Feb 19, 2016 - 25 answers

Can I save this coffee?

I cheaped out and got bad coffee beans. I'm a coffee snob - can I save this coffee? [more inside]
posted by Toddles on Feb 18, 2016 - 20 answers

Vegetarian Asian Recipes to Impress

What's your favorite flavorful, interesting Asian vegetarian main course? [more inside]
posted by WidgetAlley on Feb 17, 2016 - 22 answers

Short Visit to Toronto-where should I nom?

I'll be in Toronto for project meetings. I'll be staying near the Eaton Centre, and likely on my own. Need some recommendations for nice noms at a comfortable price. [more inside]
posted by Ruthless Bunny on Feb 15, 2016 - 15 answers

Is there any use to keeping the leftover food used to create stock?

I've never really been much of a cook, but since New Years I've been trying to change that. Lately, I've been making some soups, but I'm finding the leftover vegetables and chicken are pretty flavourless...though I feel a bit guilty just throwing out the leftover food. Is there any use to keeping it?
posted by Proginoskes on Feb 15, 2016 - 19 answers

What food delivery services can I try in SF?

I'm interested in food delivery services, preferably ones I can sign up for online. I'd like to try a number of them, whether they deliver from a restaurant ready to eat, a box of produce, deliver a box of food to make with a recipe, or to reheat, delivery a specialty item like booze or cookies or meals for particular diets, whatever. [more inside]
posted by gryftir on Feb 7, 2016 - 15 answers

Sausage Party in Los Angeles?

So, I'm back from my Portland trip and back in Los Angeles. I'm going to miss the overcast skies, the smallness of the place, the good public transit, the biking, and all the great friends I have there, but I'm seriously going to miss the crazy variety of sausages. Is there anywhere in LA I can get something like this huge variety of sausages? And if not, what is wrong with LA? 8 million people could eat a whole lot of sausages.
posted by bswinburn on Jan 30, 2016 - 11 answers

Dairy-free flatbread/pizza options

I am looking for dairy-free toppings for flatbread/pizza crust. Meat suggestions welcome. [more inside]
posted by kiki_s on Jan 28, 2016 - 20 answers

Pulled-together, fancy-ish vegetarian menu...from the freezer + pantry?

I'm dreaming of the following: a friend or date comes over and I effortlessly whip up something delicious, simple, yet impressive, from scratch. The kind of meal that makes me looks casually on top of my life. Maybe something with a starter, main, and dessert. Challenge level: I'm a vegetarian and I travel a lot, so what I'm really looking for is a vegetarian menu that I can make just out of things from the pantry and the freezer (aka it doesn't involve anything that will languish and die in the fridge if I don't use it before I leave town for a few weeks). Is this even possible? [more inside]
posted by c'mon sea legs on Jan 27, 2016 - 42 answers

Super Bowl party food, 2016 edition

I'm looking for a recipe for a dish to bring to a Super Bowl party, but there are two complications: It has to relate to either the city in which the game is being played or to one the teams that are playing. In addition, we won't have time to do anything complicated on the day of the game. [more inside]
posted by maurice on Jan 26, 2016 - 31 answers

Eating lunch at an eating-averse office

I'm in an office where there is no kitchen to eat your lunch in and eating at your desk is not really a thing. Silently chewing a sandwich or drinking a yogurt is ok, anything requiring cutlery is tolerated but frowned upon. Most people eat out, but I'd like to minimize my eating-out budget. Also, I'm tired of sandwiches and even chocolate croissants get boring if you're eating them every day. Smoothies are cool but leave me hungry. So, any suggestions? [more inside]
posted by gakiko on Jan 25, 2016 - 32 answers

healthy quick meals for the brokity-broke

There are loads of similar questions already out there in the ether but I'm asking again because I have some dietary snowflakes and I'm the world's worst cook... [more inside]
posted by thereemix on Jan 24, 2016 - 31 answers

Help identifying short film

Short, silent film of a cranky old white man who orders at a food court (?), gets up to get something to drink, comes back to find a black kid sitting at his table across from his chair and eating his food. Old guy continues to eat his food, puts up with kid eating his food for awhile, kid looks at old guy strangely for awhile, then shrugs and gets up and leaves old guy to finish the food. Old guy then stands up and realizes his food is actually sitting on the table behind him; that he sat down at the black kids table. Or something like that.
posted by Jackson on Jan 23, 2016 - 9 answers

Great Chefs Outside

I'm working on creating a 2 hour class that focuses on cooking and nutrition for wilderness guides. These folks are generally 23-33, and they mostly have some of the basics down. What are your greatest tips and hacks that make you a good cook? What are your best recipes that can be cooked over a one burner camp stove? What nutrition science is true and not just a fad? [more inside]
posted by grinagog on Jan 20, 2016 - 12 answers

Dinner in Phoenix

Looking for Phoenix restaurant recommendations with good vegetarian options... [more inside]
posted by mollywas on Jan 12, 2016 - 4 answers

Sichuan peppercorns .. not very hot .. so help me understand the draw

Don't get me wrong -- I love em. Love the flavor, love the heat, such as it is. But they're not THAT hot, are they? [more inside]
posted by LonnieK on Jan 9, 2016 - 14 answers

Chinese Medicine/Food Identification

What is the stuff in the middle right of this picture, looking kind of like pork rinds? [more inside]
posted by Gorgik on Jan 9, 2016 - 4 answers

Winter NYC vacation plans revolving around food, art, music, & history

I'll be in NYC from Jan 22 - Jan 24 and am overwhelmed with excitement and also panic about What To Do and What To Eat. Can you tell me what you love to do and eat given my wide range of interests? [more inside]
posted by tatiana wishbone on Jan 6, 2016 - 16 answers

If I didn't need food to live, I probably wouldn't eat

I do not like to cook or prepare food. It's a character flaw, I realize, but for whatever reason I don't like to spend time on food. This leads to me eating out a lot, just because it's simple. I'm looking for foods that are healthy, filling, but also have the lowest prep time possible. Non-perishables would be a plus. I'm also fairly active, so high energy foods would be good as well. Am I asking too much, or are there foods that fit the bill?
posted by holmesian on Jan 6, 2016 - 44 answers

Upgrade my bean bowl and noodle soup! (No sugar and salt edition)

I've been trying a no sugar/complex carbohydrates diet by dumping vegetables and canned salmon together with beans in a bowl, or dumping vegetables and canned salmon together with shirataki noodles in a bowl and then pouring in hot water. This gets old, fast. What are some ways to simply upgrade the taste of my meals, without added sugar, simple carbohydrates, or too much added salt? [more inside]
posted by facehugger on Jan 5, 2016 - 21 answers

Puree 3 gallons per week of food?

I need to puree and strain 3 gallons a week of food for family members with various medical conditions. This takes a lot of time with my standard 6-cup blender and hand strainer. Are there wonderful machines that will make my life easier? Anything that will lead to less batches? Quicker blending? Mechanized straining? [more inside]
posted by clawsoon on Jan 4, 2016 - 12 answers

Gotta eat but nothing sounds good

I'm 16 weeks pregnant and my doctor was concerned at my appointment a few days ago because I've only gained 1.5 lbs. I haven't had much morning sickness or nausea but food just doesn't appeal to me. What am I doing wrong? [more inside]
posted by kat518 on Jan 1, 2016 - 41 answers

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