Please help me to utilize two frozen packages of "British-style" bangers. [more inside]
I hate to cook. What are some delicious recipes you like that are simple to make, easily made in bulk and still taste good left over? [more inside]
Menu/recipes for a cooking party? [more inside]
I need the recipe for Whole Foods' miso onion soup. Like... now. [more inside]
A friend of mine was recently diagnosed with Meniere's Disease -- basically chronic vertigo and other inner ear/balance issues. The first course of treatment is through diet: very low salt and no alcohol. The trouble is he still eats like he is in college... [more inside]
I have a tub of "white type" miso paste. What are some yummy things I can do with it?
I have copious amounts of coconut cream and coconut shavings. What food-item (ie: not 20 galleons of piña colada) can I make with those ingredients that would require as little additional ingredients and effort as possible. And if you would have a bare-bones recipe at hand, it would be very much appreciated. :) [more inside]
Steamed Rice with what? I'd like to use my rice cooker more often. I'm looking for recipes that take five to ten minutes that I can add / pour over / serve next to my steamed rice. Bonus: What are some things I can add to the rice cooker as the rice is being cooked to make it a one pot meal?
I want to make some animal-shaped food. I would prefer savory to sweet, and I do not want to use a mold or a cookie cutter to achieve the animal shape. [more inside]
Desserts for people who don't like sweet stuff? [more inside]
What can I do with a pound of un-cased bratwurst? [more inside]
Plenty of info about ice cream, but how do you make ridiculously delightful frozen yogurt? [more inside]
What's your secret for a delicious cheese fondue? [more inside]
Has anyone got any good vegetarian recipes for winter? I'm not a vegetarian, but I'm teaching myself to cook more meat-free meals for environmental reasons. I did ok during summer, but now that the weather's turned cold, I'm finding it harder. Tell me your favourites! [more inside]
Suggestions for a natural preservative/stabilizer for smoothies? [more inside]
What [vegetarian or fishy] foods can I grill? [more inside]
Cheesefilter! Any home cheesemakers out there? What simple cheeses can be made in half a day? I've made mozzarella and ricotta and now I'd like to make another quick cheese. Any suggestions? [more inside]
Fathers-Day-Fishing-Outing: Success. Yay! ...but I'm more accustomed to tiny, easily-packable, easily-fryable bluegills, and with the relative freezer space, too. I've got a whole king salmon saved (off-site) for smoking next month, but what do I do with the other eleven pounds? [more inside]
We got a huge load of bok choy in our CSA last week, and I'm at a loss as to what to do with it outside of stir-fry. Please, no more stir-fry! Bonus points for dishes that could be frozen.
I'm a single guy living alone. I need to start cooking for myself because I spend too much money on food, and most of what I eat is kinda bad for me. However, I hate doing dishes and don't have much time to cook. What foods/recipes would you suggest? [more inside]
Either I'm being paranoid or the stores I frequent have stopped stocking certain items beloved by me because they contain both chocolate and peanut butter. Paranoid or not, I can bake, and am therefore not at the mercy of the peanut butter and chocolate overlords. Which leads me to ask the question, what decadent peanut butter and chocolate recipes do you have to share?
Italian Cookbook: I'm going to live in Italy for 2 months this summer. Tell me what cookbook I should bring along! [more inside]
Simple, easy and elegant recipes that are always crowd pleasers: What are yours? [more inside]
I need help learning to plan meals, both to improve nutrition and cut down on costs. I don't want general advice or strategies so much as specific guides and menus. What's out there? [more inside]
I've just figured out how to use my gas grill to smoke things. It's really working well. Any ideas or suggestions about great things to smoke? Meat, veggies, cheese? Different woods? Recipes? [more inside]
Help me plan my Cuban party! [more inside]
I just bought a big bag of sumac (the spice, not the poison). Now what? [more inside]
dummies foodies? [more inside]
I am looking for some tried-and-true broccoli-cheese soup recipes that don't include canned soup or evaporated milk. [more inside]
CookingFilter: I need cookbooks or websites that have step by step visuals of recipes. [more inside]
CoconutFilter: Spring/Summer has finally hit Boston. I was at Whole Foods yesterday and was enticed by the freshly cut .45 lb. coconut in a little plastic container. It was white and glistening and tropical, so I bought it. I don't know what to do with it. [more inside]
What are your favorite tofu recipes?
I just bought some Lyle's Golden Syrup, and realized that I have no idea what to do with it. This being my first ever can of the stuff, I'm looking for easy and tasty things to do with it. [more inside]
To the Indian MeFites - and the non-indian chefs as well - what are your favorite family Indian recipes and what are some tricks in the preparation to give the food that authentic Indian taste. You know, rich, delicious, mouth-watering, and savoury to the point that eating becomes a spiritual experiece in itself. [more inside]
Where can I find beta testers for a niche-ish recipe site? [more inside]
[Workout/Weight loss Filter] I'm looking for workout and weight loss podcasts and blogs, and healthy, wheat free recipes (due to a wheat intolerance). Any help? [more inside]
CookingFilter: Recipes, books, and blogs dedicated to recipes to beginner cooks or cooks on a budget? [more inside]
I'm looking for ideas for simple, make-ahead pantry-stocking recipes for things I can use as appetizers or nibbles -- spiced nuts, marinated olives, etc. I'd ideally like things I don't need to refrigerate (although I do know how to can things), but I'm also thinking of some made-ahead-and-frozen cheese cracker dough as well; I'd also like things that keep a while. I'd love to be able to just pull some crackers and bread out, grab a couple jars, and there it all is. [more inside]
Looking at my rhubarb patch, it seems I'm going to be eating a lot of rhubarb this summer. Though my mother always had some in our garden, I don't think I've ever eaten rhubarb in any form but in rhubarb pie or rhubarb crisp. What's your favourite rhubarb recipe?
Help me use these giant sacks of dried chiles. [more inside]
Cheap, easy, quick and tasty vegan food ideas and/or recipes needed! [more inside]
I have nearly 3 pounds of rump roast left over from a few days ago. Half of it is sliced, the other half not. I think maybe soup is in order. It would certainly be freezer friendly and wouldn't go to waste. Any suggestions on what to do with all this beef? Recipes?
What can I do with a frozen placenta? [more inside]
RecipeFilter: oranges. Oranges were buy 2 (3 lb bags) get one free today. Just juiced, zested, and peeled first two bags, yielded a quart of juice (which we'll drink), plus half a cup of zest and a cup of de-pithed peel before I ran out, so to speak, of my own juice. Now what? [more inside]
What should I cook with my cast iron skillet? [more inside]
Help me recreate (or buy) this amazing halvah-based dessert. [more inside]
Your favorite borscht recipes, share them, please. [more inside]
I've been tasked with making the charoset for my family's seder this year. But I'm tired of the same-old-same-old. Got any recipes you love? [more inside]
It's about to be summer in Texas. I bought a smallish food processor. Please give me your best food-processor recipes. [more inside]
Does anyone have great recipes that can use up a massive bag of vegetables? I am hoping I will end up with one or two dishes, preferably that I can then portion up and freeze. [more inside]