Are there any instant noodles/ramen brands out there that aren't terrible for you? (and still taste good) We like Shin Bowls but the ingredients list is loooong for what amounts to a plastic bowl of dried noodles and spices.
I really enjoy truffle oil in restaurant dishes and noticeably miss it when I recreate those dishes at home. I know that "real" truffle oil is difficult to find but I can't seem find anything even truffle flavored (I've heard the synthetic stuff tastes better anyway). I know if I could buy truffles (come in a jar I think?) I could make my own oil but they are just as elusive. Any tips on where to find this stuff? I live in Houston, if it matters.
What do you all think? Have you ever used a Cook's Illustrated recipe?
I share recipes on my site and my theory is this:
I think most people get really tired, really fast of the "I'd tell you but then I'd have to kill you" type cooks. Recipes and food were meant to be shared. They bring happiness and confidence and comfort.
Being stingy with a recipe, or even technique, just shows the world an ugly, greedy person-and suddenly the food just doesn't taste as good as it once did.
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