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I'm looking for breakfast food/snack that is flour-based, with apples (I have a lot of apples to use up), easy to prepare in advance (the night before) that would be less crumbly than muffins. More like pancakes or bread in texture. [more inside]
Three friends have been arguing this out, to no firm conclusion. The strongest argument against is that a cinnamon roll is (usually) baked and a donut is (usually) fried. But there are exceptions, as well as crossover versions . To complicate, cinnamon rolls can be made from donut dough. Can they be the same, or not (either logically, or using empirical evidence)? Assume donut (US) = doughnut (UK).
What is there to know about beans, chickpeas, lentils, etc., sprouting, and food safety? Ever since I read about how pinto beans contain a toxin that only breaks down if you cook them at high enough temps, I've been wondering if there's more I'm missing and kinda paranoid about beans. In particular, can I eat these chickpeas that sprouted while soaking them, even if I'm pregnant? [more inside]
Looking for ideas for how busy parents can feed a toddler (and themselves). Difficulty level: allergies. [more inside]
Having lately discovered the joys of Marmite, I became interested in trying that other seminally British condiment, Branston Pickle. I have obtained a jar. Now what do I do with it? [more inside]
Ordering a cappuccino on the east coast of the US often results in delivery of a large mug with a small/medium-sized latte with a thin layer of foam on the top. What I really want is a double shot of espresso, with the same amount of hot milk on top, and some foam on top of that; and that's what I often ask for. For some reason, when I explain this, people can get upset, and give me the medium-sized latte. What am I doing wrong? How can I ask for a cappuccino and get what I want? Cheers!
We got this gift of balsamic vinegar sent from Italy. What should we do with it? Any suggestions simple or involved are appreciated!
What can I do tonight (ie in the next few hours) with up to 6 eggs, two flour tortillas, green onions, and unspecified other ingredients purchasable at the supermarket? [more inside]
I know it's not much, but I can cook pasta, grill chicken breast, make scrambled eggs, etc. I'd like to start cooking at home more often and eating a bit healthier to save on money and get in better shape. Is there a good place in Denver to take not too expensive cooking classes for a single middle aged guy that would help me go from beginner to intermediate level skills? Thanks!
I work in a residential facility for women, and we get a lot of donated food. Our most recent haul includes a 17.5 pound whole, boneless beef sirloin. It's just a huge slab of cow - it retailed for $116, for crying out loud. How on earth do we cook this thing? [more inside]
I bought some expensive smoked salmon, opened it on Saturday, and it's been in the fridge since then. Also some goats cheese. [more inside]
Back when I was still in denial and walking around saying that I was going to start cooking more, I bought some beef. I never used it. What can I do with it? [more inside]
As a whey-hater, and a vegan-plant-protein-hater, I'm anxious to try egg-based protein powder. But I don't want to buy a giant canister for $40. I want to buy a small canister for $10 or so. a) Am I likely to like it ok, and b) any sources for small sample type containers?
I just got the best peanut butter powder EVER. Into what should I mix it? Also, I adore peanut butter balls, so give me all your variations! My palate thanks you.
Looking for an alternative to Publix for bakery and deli custom-ordered items. [more inside]
I'm an enthusiastic omnivore living in a well-known food city. I enjoy dining out for relaxation, learning about new foods and cooking techniques, and celebrating special occasions and milestones. However, my girlfriend follows a very limited diet for health reasons. This makes dining out challenging and even if the food can be made according to her diet, the result is often not that interesting or tasty. Is there a way we can make eating out genuinely pleasurable for both of us, or do I resign myself to doing most of my restaurant dining alone or with friends? [more inside]
I’m going to be in Boise for work, a thousand miles away from my Democratic Party neighborhood action team here in Wisconsin. Where should I go to hang out with fellow lefties as we refresh the megathread and Nytimes and watch the results roll in? [more inside]
I'm looking for a bar in Philadelphia to watch midterm results tomorrow. Criteria: not too loud/boisterous, will be guaranteed to have midterm coverage on, no Republicans (it's Philly so pretty safe on this one but you never know.) I'm in South Philly so someplace local would be ideal but will travel (via public transit) if necessary. Any tips for me? I haven't had much luck searching online. Thanks in advance!
Hi! I'm trying to improve our family's food game by cooking big meals more often and using more vegetables. Thoughts? Advice? Recipes? [more inside]
My sister has a themed appetizer competition every Thanksgiving. This year's theme is dippable. We need at least 2 but probably 3 dishes. One of which can be made by a 10 year old. Evaluation is on taste and presentation.