7 posts tagged with food by stuart_s.
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food for a picnic at Storm King Art Center (New Windsor, NY)

I'm planning to go to the Storm King Art Center (in New Windsor, NY) on Friday. I'd like to eat something delicious for lunch while I'm there or before I go. I can bring it from Manhattan (or anyplace in the city, I guess), but I would have to buy it the day before on Thanksgiving. Or, I could eat near the museum or near my hotel in Monroe. [more inside]
posted by stuart_s on Nov 26, 2015 - 2 answers

bacon with black specks? Safe?

Can I eat this bacon? picture I'm concerned about the black specks in the fat. Safe or not, what is it? [more inside]
posted by stuart_s on Aug 22, 2011 - 21 answers

What do you call a big pot of miscellaneous leftovers?

Some households have strategies for using up leftovers. For instance, periodically they'll combine whatever's available into a casserole. Some of these households use clever or charming names (whether of their own invention or shared throughout some community) for this dish. I'm looking for these names.
posted by stuart_s on Nov 13, 2008 - 38 answers

Article about secret restaurant techniques

I'm looking for a particular magazine article. It was about how chef's use uncommon ingredients to separate their food from what home cooks are generally capable of. Not ingredients that are prominently featured on the menu. The little dash of this or that which the diner can't identify. The article seemed to suggest that the ingredients were a crutch or a cheat at least in some instances. Finally, one secret ingredient was something that the chef drizzles over (raw?) fish. [more inside]
posted by stuart_s on Apr 26, 2008 - 14 answers

Flying cross country with perishables and meltables?

I'd like to transport frozen food (ice cream) and refrigerated food on an airplane from San Francisco. Is this possible? I think the optimal plan will involve dry ice for the ice cream. Where can I get it in San Francisco? [more inside]
posted by stuart_s on Apr 20, 2006 - 11 answers

Dutch Ovens

Etymology of the phrase "Dutch oven." (Stop giggling. The culinary sense, please.) I have a partial answer but am in need of authoratative confirmation. [more inside]
posted by stuart_s on Dec 9, 2004 - 18 answers

Fabulous Sushi

At a Japanese restaurant, I'm tormented by the fear that a whole world of tasty Japanese treats lays just outside of my reach hidden behind a wall of California roll. I have a theory: if I challenged a handful of local sushi chefs to show me a broader range of more authentic Japanese food, at least one will be willing and able. I'm afraid that years of making smoked salmon-cream cheese role may have dulled his skills and strangled his spirit. I want to be ready to help pull him out of his waking matrix-esque nightmare but I just don't know enough about it. Besides the stuff that you can get at any Japanese restaurant anywhere in the world, what's the most wonderful thing you've ever had in a Japanese restaurant? [more inside]
posted by stuart_s on Sep 7, 2004 - 26 answers

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