My daughter saw beef tongue at the grocery store today and fell in love. She begged me to buy it. I did. Now, I don't know what to do with it. Problem is, it's already sliced and every recipe I see seems to be for an intact tongue. I'm worried that I'll ruin it. Can you help??? Thanks in advance.
I bought -- but haven't opened -- a 7-piece All-Clad 5D stainless set of cookware at Costco today. I found the same set on other websites for more than twice what I spent.
My questions is this: Why is it so much cheaper at Costco? Did I buy seconds? Do they make lesser quality sets specifically for selling at wholesale stores? Maybe I just got a good deal?? Should I keep it?
Thanks in advance. Happy day to you.
We just returned from a wonderful week-long vacation in a remote area with only one small grocery store within reasonable distance. I knew going in that I'd need to take along lots of "essentials". I packed all my own spices and certain food items that I figured would be difficult to find while we were there. Although they weren't fantastic tools, we made do with the junky rental-home pots and pans. However, every time I had to slice a carrot or chop an onion I wanted to scream. The knives were so awful ... they bent as I sliced and barely cut through anything. Everything looked as if I had nibbled it down to size. I wished every day that I had thought to pack some decent knives. Next time I will.
What about you? When you go on vacation do you pack your own tools? Knives? Pots? Pans? Food?
My people love a good ear of corn ... I usually buy a half-dozen at a time from the local farmer and we eat it in the normal corn-on-the-cob-boiled-in-a-big-pot style. However, I am now the proud owner of a BUSHEL of it! What can I do with all this corn???
My family loves sushi. I have a 7-year old eel addict living in my house and we seem to be unable to resist her frequent sushi requests. However, it always appears that we have the most food on our table. When you go out for sushi -- lunch or dinner -- how much do you order? What's "normal"?
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