Look Who's Talkin': Comments, Quips, and Tips We Have Known and Loved

There's so much going on in Talk and the comments week to week that we almost can't keep up. If you're in the same boat, here's a small selection of topics and responses that have piqued our interest this week.

What are your "Significant Other is out of town" meals?

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"Easy things. Which is to say, I eat wine. Or cheese. Sometimes both."zombidanse

Gluten free beer

"When going out, cider is your friend. Most places have one either bottled or on tap now, which is great. Some of my favorites are Crispins and Angry Orchard is pretty commonly available. I too prefer hoppier beers, and have been really please with Widmer's Omission, if you can find it. Lastly, check your local food co-op, they sometimes cater to more dietary needs and might have a section that you can peruse. Good luck!"jujyfruit

Have You Ever Tried Hot Dr. Pepper?

"Is anybody else a little concerned for the snowman about to down a hot drink? Don't do it Frosty -- you have so much to live for! (until spring, anyways)"catea

Sometimes you just have to have a hot chocolate.

Video: Alton Brown's 5 Essential Pieces of Kitchen Equipment

"You guys don't get it. He's viewing cooking as an art that needs to be in the right environment to be properly and fully enjoyed. Cooking in a dark kitchen on an electric stove, cutting with a dull knife, and then eating at the counter or over the kitchen sink... you can't argue that it's not cooking, and is in fact what a lot of people do every day, but to truly enjoy the process and the product, you'll need AB's essentials. Very cool."Toddlessness

What do you eat when you're sick?

"Domino's, you can have the Ebola virus and they will still deliver a pizza to your door."redfish

"Pho! Nothing clears the throat and nose like scorching hot broth with lots of fresh herbs and sriracha. Any hot, flavourful, noodley soup is what I crave when I'm sick. Japanese Ramen, Udon noodle soup, Pho, etc."ag3208

Making good turkey burgers?

"I would add some basil pesto to ground turkey meat and shape into patties to grill. Ground turkey has very little flavor and without the fat, it will be dry, so the pesto provides flavor and moisture. I do this for my turkey meatballs."AnnieNT

Drinking the Bottom Shelf: Old Fitzgerald Bourbon

"I have 5 Kevin's and 6 Lauren's in my phone. Nobody needs that many of either."Vinny M

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