I have been tasked with making the brisket for my Mom's seder this year. I would like to do a sweet brisket and as an FYI there will be 14 people (however this will not be the only main course). I plan to make it ahead in my home, let it cool, and travel about 30min to her house to reheat and serve,
Any suggestions?? Thank you in advance~~~
I am going to a BBQ this weekend and I would like to contribute either a dessert or an appetizer. There are a few considerations however:
1) whatever I bring needs to survive in a ~2 hour car ride to our destination,
2) If it is dessert, there will already be a few pies there so anything in the fruit crumble family doesn't make much sense to bring.
I typically bring choc-covered macaroons but would like to switch it up this year.
Thank you in advance for your help!!!!
Looking for a brunch spot to go to this Sunday wil my family (5 ppl total) around Union Sq. I do not want to be too close to the masses so perhaps just east or west of there (preferably near a parking garage!). Any suggestions whould be greatly appreciated!!!
Has anyone made a whole wheat version of no knead bread?
I used the recipe Bittman recommends in the Times (http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/08/dining/082mrex.html) using Trader Joes White Whole Wheat Flour and the result was way to dense - any suggestions?
Hi All, This is a two part question:
1) What is your best recipe for homemade tomato sauce that would leave me the ability to add veggies (while cooking) and/or shrimp (at end)?
2) Does anyone have a great recipe for a panko-crusted baked fish?
Any advice on either or both would be much appreciated!
I will be preparing a dinner party for my brother's 32nd birthday in late October (six guests total). In past dinner parties I have made I tend to leave myself with too much work when guests are already over. Does anyone have any suggestions for menus to avoid this pitfall? I would like to stay with a relatively healthy meal. Guest of honor loves seafood although that is not a must.
I just bought tickets for the opera on October 3rd for my husband and myself. Any suggestions for a restaurant around the Met for a pre-show dinner? Not looking to spend too much money but would like the night to be special as this is both our first experiences going to the opera. Thanks!
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