I love grocery shopping, exploring new grocery stores, cooking, eating, sharing food with friends and family and trying new things. I don't like spicy food.
Why are the tree trunks two different colors? Are they sprayed with pesticides or something?
And thanks for the links to zerocarbzen, really interesting read!
As someone who is following a ketogenic diet for weight loss and health reasons rather than medical reasons, I find it really great that there's an article on here regrouping recipes from this website that are keto-friendly! Thanks! In response to those who worry about cost, there ARE low-cost options for low-carb diets out there, it doesn't all have to be truffle butter and fine cheese and dry-aged steak!
I don't think this will work if you keep your bacon in a deep freeze (chest freezer), although I'll have to try. Bf commented it also depends on the sharpness of your knife. Yay bacon!
Ooooooh!! I know what I'm making tonight! I haven't had deviled eggs in ages! Have you ever thought of making deviled tea eggs? The white is pretty plain and flavorless in deviled eggs so it would remedy that. I'll have to try it sometime :)
Huh, a person with the same last name as one of my favourite cooking styles!
Just got ours @ $149! Mad I didn't see this two days ago. Oh well, still very happy I saw it now! Thank you! I can't wait to cook with this, it'll be my first one and I've been wanting one for YEARS.
Thank you! I love pork chops but don't eat them as often as I should because I haven't found a method to cook them that doesn't leave them dry. I love to fry them with garlic salt, I'll have to try dry-brining them with the stuff.
I've long been fascinated with this ham, this was really fun to read! Now I have to go buy 3 slices or so.
Awesome! Thank you for doing this, I'd been wondering if it was worth it to try this. Very much looking forward to your improved version and your book!
Thank you so much for this! I've always been put off by soup, both eating and making it because I've rarely found recipes I liked, and haven't bothered searching. This one looks really good and I can't wait to try others!
I'll second (or third) the questions as to which alliums to use with what vegetables, how you thickened that veggie stock, what the recipe for the chanterelle soup is and why my hand-blenderized potato leek soup doesn't get gummy.
This is awesome! Thanks! And I laughed at Kenji's comment about an all-yolk ice cream. DO IT!
WANT! I don't have a job right now though so I'll have to beg some of my family or friends to back them for me until I can pay them back (or as an early birthday/Christmas gift).
As a Montrealer, I'm kind of dissappointed that Picks wasn't mentioned. Although I realize she had to choose 5 and it is *her* favourites. But I just had to give some love to Picks!!!
This is absolutely beautiful!
Haha this is awesome :D I don't think we have pork roll here in Canada but I think any cheap fatty processed-meat slices would do :)
Oh how I wish these were available in Canada! Never tried them but they seem amazing for the qualities you describe!
Wow. I've never wanted to eat a turkey burger before now. Going to make these tonight for sure!!! Thank you!
I made these for dinner and they were AWESOME! Thank you so much! I'm gonna make them for my sister again tomorrow night when she visits :D She's been drooling over the pictures I sent her! http://imgur.com/a/dSBmd
Lol great article :P I've never had corn on the cob any other way but boiled but as a lover of mayo and mayo-based sauces now I HAVE to try this!!
Ok this looks absolutely mouth-wateringly good. I'm gonna go buy myself a nice hunk of beef to grind and some onions and make these tonight!
In my book cheese within the meat = cheese filled, whether it be a slice of cheese sandwiched between two layers of ground meat or grated cheese mixed into the meat itself.
I'm really happy to see someone else out there enjoys non-processed cheese on a burger! This looks awesome, thanks! I'm gonna try it this weekend :)
I'd be curious to know how to use chunks on a gas grill. Just wrap them individually in foil? I'm used to using chips on my grill by soaking and then wrapping in two layers of heavy-duty foil pierced with a toothpick several times and then laying them on the burner underneath the grill. Would it work the same way for chunks? Or should I just stick to chips?
Or for those who are so inclined, you can easily make your own soda machine http://www.popsci.com/diy/article/2012-06/how-make-your-own-home-carbonation-system
I think you should change the link to the "skillet-broiler method" at the end to the "baking steel method" :)