I want a place to put my and my families recipes in, as well as to add new ones to when I cook something I know I will want to eat again.
I'm looking at everything from electronic recipe organizing computer software to nice looking binders you can buy at the kitchen store with the food category tabs already put in - to simply buying a nice looking journal and handwriting them in willy-nilly (which is how my grandfathers old collection is, and is the direction I'm leaning).
How do you organize your recipes and why do you like your method?
I've got a stove (burners, oven & broiler) to work with. I can't grill out of my tiny NY apartment, but I have that craving for barbecue! Any simple stove technique/ recipe suggestions?
I'd like to try cooking whole fresh sardines, which I never have. Any simple preparations or recipe suggestions for a quick weeknight meal? Any cooking technique but grilling as I can't grill in my apartment. Thanks!
Going to the new stadium for the first time tonight, any food suggestions for food sold at the stadium?
Anyone know any places in Manhattan or Williamsburg Brooklyn with good World Cup viewing (many HDs or large screens or projection screens etc.) that also serves great food, other than the obvious same-everywhere bar food? Preferably an ex-pat place that will have the energy of true excited fans. Though up for all suggestions!
I've always eaten hot dogs with pretty standard toppings - ketchup, mustard and maybe relish or sauerkraut. Other than these basics, what do ya'll put on your dogs? Looking to mix things up this memorial day!
I recently had a dinner of curry, where it literally looked like someone had upchucked on my plate. It looked disgusting! But once I tasted it, it was delicious!
Anyone have any run-ins with dishes which looked revolting but tasted amazing?
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