I have used Julia Child's recipe from "The Way to Cook" for corning beef. If you have a different recipe, I'd like to branch out. Please share! Thanks.
I am looking for web sites, cookbooks, and other resources to help me put together a wedding cake to feed 75. I know already about Rose Levy Bernbaum's "The Cake Bible" and Martha Stewart's web site for wedding cakes. Any other reliable resource recommendations would be appreciated!
I would like to order some live lobsters to be delivered to a residence in WV and would appreciate any recommendations regarding online live lobster shipment companies/websites. Thanks!
I have made Gina DePalma's Panforte di Siena from her cookbook "Dolce Italiano." The considtency has turned out to be a bit runny. Is it supposed to be firm-ish, not runny--more like a candy? Or more like a gooey toffee?
With a plentitude of fresh figs, and having already made fig jam, I am searching for recipes for preserving figs in sugar syrup with citrus and/or spices. I have found two recipes--one called Preserved Figs Eden (from Epicurious) and one from Edna Lewis and Scott Peacock's "Southern Cooking." Does anyone have another to recommend? Thanks!
I have searched via Google for a long (at least 30 inches) rolling pin (no "handles") to roll out pasta by hand, but have had no luck. I am also looking for pasta drying equipment similar to what I saw in Italy--wooden frames with screen (not racks). Any suggestions? Sources? Thanks!
In another SE Talk topic, there were two mentions of Italian Easter Pie. I would like to know what it is and to have recipes for it.
I look forward to Gina DiPalma's Italian recipes on Serious Eats, but she hasn't appeared lately. Does anyone know where she has gone?
I am interested in finding a mail order source for (cleaned) tripe. Any suggestions? Thanks!
My fig trees are still producing; it's also apple time here in Virginia. Does anyone know any dessert recipes for/have any ideas about combining both? I've found many combinations of dried figs and apples, but none for fresh figs and apples. Thanks!
Ciao! I'm looking for a recipe for the Italian after-dinner drink limoncello. While it is a sweet, somewhat syrupy drink, some renditions are less cloying and more balanced in flavor than others. Any ideas?
I have made fresh ricotta from whole milk. Now I'd like to make its drier, saltier cousin, ricotta salata. Any suggestions or recipes?
I have gathered over three pounds of morels and would like to know your favorite recipes. Any ideas about freezing them?
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