@Arlius, the fresh shiitakes that I see in markets are of a very thin-capped variety, whereas the dried ones are thicker, meatier, and tastier. One of the Chinese markets near me used to have the fresh versions of those shiitakes, but then they changed management and stopped carrying them.
Also, if you buy dried shiitakes and store them, they're always conveniently on hand.
I found Step 1 by looking at archive.org.
1. If at all possible, salt the chops a few hours before cooking, though it's not necessary. Make sure the chops are very dry, then rub with the sugar and salt (to your liking) on both sides. Add the oil to a cold pan and lay the pork chops down, pressing firmly. Turn on the heat to medium and cook, undisturbed, for 5 to 6 minutes.
Chicken legs or thighs? The title says thighs, but the ingredient list says legs. I'm not sure I believe that you can fit 4 chicken legs *and* 4 cups of butternut squash into the same skillet.
In 1981, Baskin Robbins came out with a flavor called "Condorman Crunch"; it was chocolate ice cream with pralines and a caramel ribbon, and it was bliss. They later re-released it as "Pralines 'n Chocolate Cream", but eventually they just stopped producing it.
The correct link for the almond croquants is http://koshercamembert.wordpress.com/2012/02/01/thank-you/
The link should be http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2012/02/baked-apple-cinnamon-walnut-oatmeal.html
Recipe link is incorrect. It should be http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2012/02/chocolate-pancakes-recipe.html .
@disgustingfoodie, Wacky Cake (aka Amazon cake and various other names) is fluffy, light, chocolaty, and delicious, and vegan as long as the white sugar you're using is safe. The ingredients are flour, cocoa powder, sugar, vinegar, salt, and vanilla.
What are you reserving the juice from the tomatoes for? I don't see it anywhere else in the recipe.
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