Chocolate chip cookies. No-knead bread. Even crepes! All of these benefit from rest time (and usually 12+ hours). Are there other foods that also taste better the longer you take to make them? [more inside]
I'm looking for recipes that take, literally, days to make and are incredibly labor intensive. [more inside]
Gifts (edible?) that need to be made at least a month in advance? [more inside]
It occurs to me that I have about two and a half weeks before Thanksgiving, with its attendant rich and delicious foods. Are there any recipes I could make that require getting started now? Particular recipes for eggnog, rum cake, confit, etc? What recipes do you love that require many days of waiting-around time before serving?
How do restaurants estimate how long you'll have to wait to be seated? [more inside]
SaladFilter: Help me find stuff I can prepare ahead of time, preferably won't spoil (/will survive freezing), and I can simply dump on top of mixed greens and create a delicious salad! [more inside]