Vegetarian recipes filter: I have a box of "vital wheat gluten" sitting around my pantry. What can I do with it that is vegetarian (lacto-ovo; no other food restrictions) and tastes delicious? I am pretty decent at both cooking and baking, so complicated recipes are welcome alongside simpler ones.
posted by shamash
on Jun 27, 2012 -
What should I do with this small amount of extremely tasty chicken stock? [more inside]
posted by Mizu
on Jun 18, 2012 -
It's getting towards the depths of winter, ski season has begun, and I find myself wanting to eat nothing but melted cheese, with buckets of hot caramel sauce for dessert. Can you help me find slightly less decadent recipes with the same mouthfeel? [more inside]
posted by lollusc
on Jun 13, 2012 -
I'm trying to figure out if a iPad is what I'm looking for to help me reduce my physical books, particularly cookbooks and printed (from the internet) recipes. I want to know first whether iPad is the way to go for my specific needs (details within) and then, if an iPad is what I want, which generation iPad & apps would help me do what I want. Or maybe there is a better solution? [more inside]
posted by pupstocks
on Jun 9, 2012 -
What is the best, most orderly way to add and organize recipes on my Kindle Touch for optimal viewing? [more inside]
posted by AnOrigamiLife
on Jun 6, 2012 -
My awesome friends got me an electric multi-cooker! I'm a complete pressure/rice cooker beginner, so please help me make the most of it with your tips, tricks and recipe links. [more inside]
posted by Space Kitty
on Jun 3, 2012 -
I got suckered into buying coconut flour; now I'm moving in four weeks and want to use it up. What can I make with this stuff? [more inside]
posted by thelastcamel
on May 27, 2012 -
What to do with all of these not quite ripe small peaches? A branch fell
. I now have 25% of the fruit from it, but they're pretty small and not quite sweet enough to eat straight. They seem too lovely to waste. Will they ripen much? Recipes for using them as is?
posted by mandymanwasregistered
on May 24, 2012 -
Are there any guidelines for the sizes of food called for in recipes in books and magazines? Basically, I'm wondering how long it takes for new recipes to catch up to changes in food packaging, how large is large, and who decides that? [more inside]
posted by amarynth
on May 7, 2012 -
What's the best/easiest way to increase my protein intake when eating is difficult for various complicated reasons? [more inside]
posted by Felicity Rilke
on Apr 30, 2012 -
I'm struggling with heath issues that make it hard to eat. I can only seem to keep a few things down. I need ideas of food that fit these specifics and super simple directions on how to make them as I'm awful at cooking and don't have the energy to do it. [more inside]
posted by kanata
on Apr 28, 2012 -
Going to a wedding party tomorrow that includes a pie-baking contest, with prizes! Categories are: prettiest, tastiest and most creative. I am willing to spend hours of my life to go all the way with this contest. 'm looking for recipes, suggestions, decorating techniques, pictures of beautiful pies. Anything. Lay it on me.
posted by corn_bread
on Apr 27, 2012 -
I'm currently teaching a grade nine foods class, and I am looking for any suggestions for a dessert recipe other than cookies. I don't have any good ideas! Also, I have multiple limitations on what is possible to make with them. [more inside]
posted by to recite so charmingly
on Apr 21, 2012 -
Hot sauce recipes sought. All kinds. That is all. Thank you.
posted by beshtya
on Apr 20, 2012 -
Does anyone know of any recipes (casseroles? soups? sandwiches?) that feature gefilte fish as an ingredient? Through no fault of my own, I find myself the slightly bewildered owner of 12 pounds of gefilte fish in eight individually sealed jars. I need to eat them all in the next six weeks. Google has failed me, and apparently the famous Midwestern recombinant cuisine does not extend to gefilte fish.
posted by d. z. wang
on Apr 18, 2012 -
I'm looking for recipes for vegan dessert-type things (cookies, brownies/bars, maybe some delicious muffins or breads) that are low(er) in sugar, fat, and calories. [more inside]
posted by désoeuvrée
on Apr 18, 2012 -
What specialty food items should I bring back from Paris and London? I am traveling to both places in May. Can you recommend some unique and delicious food items I can bring back with me?
(Any other travel recommendations are welcome as well!)
posted by thelastgirl
on Apr 12, 2012 -
I'll be spending Passover on my own somewhere with next-to-no Jews. I have no access to Kosher meat and a very limited supply of Matzo (no meal/farfel, etc.) and any packaged goods. Where are all the awesome, easy, vegetarian Passover recipes? [more inside]
posted by csjc
on Apr 4, 2012 -
Do you know any recipes of stuff I could bake in a toaster oven? Muffins, bread, cookies, or even meals? What's your general rule of thumb when it comes to method and time of cooking? We're talking old school toaster oven here, I can only select the cooking time, not the degrees. [more inside]
posted by kitsuloukos
on Mar 31, 2012 -
Recipe Filter: Carrot Edition. Give me your favourite carrot-consuming recipes, stat! [more inside]
posted by greenish
on Mar 26, 2012 -
My wife-to-be doesn't really like rice. I am a big fan of rice. What are some good recipes to help someone realize the wonders of rice?
She likes fried rice and sticky rice, but that's about it. I like pretty much any rice dish that there is. How do we bridge the gap?
Give me some recipes! Help me convert my future wife to a lover of rice!
posted by asnider
on Mar 15, 2012 -
My flatmate and I belong to a very informal supper club, and it has fallen on us to prepare this Friday's meal. The theme... is synesthesia. Help us make this an unforgettable (and delicious) experience! [more inside]
posted by Chichibio
on Mar 5, 2012 -
I'm temporarily eating a very limited diet. Can you help me come up with meals? [more inside]
posted by mchorn
on Mar 1, 2012 -
MisterBen needs recommendations for a very specific kind of Indian cookbook – one that’s organized by technique, not by course or ingredient. Imagine if Alton Brown or Mark Bittman wrote an Indian cookbook. The idea is to learn reusable techniques and general concepts of what flavors are used together.
What he already has: Madhur Jaffrey’s classics, Raghavan Iyer’s “660 Curries”, and Vikas Khanna’s “Flavor First”, which are used as bibles. Almost all Indian ingredients can be found in our area, and he is comfortable at making his own masalas, so feel free to recommend books you might think of as advanced.
posted by matildaben
on Feb 6, 2012 -
My mom hasen't been able to stop thinking about some place called Orange Bowl Pizza since she graduated high school in the 70's. Anyone have any information about them? [more inside]
posted by thebrokenmuse
on Jan 19, 2012 -