I have some veggies that I want to roast today (zuccini, eggplant and yellow squash? I am out of olive oil and can't get to the store. I have canola oil. Do you think it will taste ok if I use canola instead of olive to drizzle before roasting. I usually also add balsamic and sea salt. Thank you for your help.
I am going to Las Vegas, staying at the Hard Rock for a bachelorette party weekend. I have never been before and am very excited. The only thing is we have no food included in our package, not even continental breakfast. Eating out three meals a day can really add up. We'll be there three nights and 4 days. I was wondering if there is a grocery store on the strip so I can pick up breakfast foods and snacks for the room. I am also interested in any budget friendly places to eat. I like most types of food. Also any must see sites or activities. Thank you so much in advance.
I am headed to Acapulco this weekend would love food/ restaurant recommendations. I like pretty much all foods. Do they have sushi places? Starbucks? Price range is moderate to cheap, nothing super expensive. I've been to Mexico numerous times but never Acapulco. Is there a local dish that I shouldn't miss. I will be staying at the Avalon Excaliber. It is an all inclusive but we got such a good deal that I have no problem having some meals out. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Does anyone know a good place for ramen on Long Island, NY. I am near Huntington. Thank you
I have been asked to bring chicken marsala to our family Christmas Eve celebration. I have never made it before so I am looking for a great recipe and and any advice you have.
My family is having our usual Christmas Eve gala. There will be 20 of us and the theme is seafood. I am looking for ideas on what to bring. I want something that can be mostly prepared ahead as I will be bring this to my uncle's house and the kichen burners and oven will be very crowded. I was thinking of a seafood paella but can this be made in advance? No cream or dairy please, we have several allergies and intolerances. Thank you in advance for your input.
I am planning a trip to Paris in September. We are staying for 4 nights and I have never been before. I am looking for recommendation as far as what to eat, restaurants, markets. I am primarily looking for cafes and bistros mabe one or two fancy places. I like most foods but am not a fan of organ meat, foi gras, brains, veal or lamb. I am looking forward to bouillabase and baguettes. We don't have any plans as of yet and will need breakfast lunch and dinner. We are staying 2 blocks from the Eiffel tower. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
We are hosting Christmas Eve this year, 17 guests. We always have fish, but my mom always makes fried flounder. Poppy has been having heart trouble and we have several Diabetics so I want to do something healtier. I was thinking of a large roast salmon. Does anyone have a tasty, healthy fish recipe that can feed a crowd. Nothing fried please.
I am bringing new roasted potato and carrot, parsnip, sweet potato mix to Thanksgiving. Very simple, just olive oil, fresh rosemary, S+P. I will cut them all uniformly. What temp and for how long should I roast? Thank you for your help.
There is a breakfast/lunch place on Long Island called Maureen's kitchen that makes the most amazing baked oatmeal I have ever tasted. It contains raisens, dried cranberries, walnuts, apple slices and orange zest. It is served with steamed milk on the side. It is a drier consistency than oatmeal and appears to have been baked in a sheet pan. It tastes amazing and I have never had anything similar. I would love to replicate this at home. Does anyone have a recipe? Calling this oatmeal does not do it justice, it is so much more.
I was just reading the Thanksgiving favorites and no one mentioned turnips. Maybe I'm wierd but ever since I was little, mahed turnips with better have been a favorite. I have been known to microwave a bowl full as a snack. Am I alone?
I bought a package of TJ's frozen salmon patties, only ingredient salmon. I baked them last night and added honey mustard marinade to add flavor. The salmon quality is good and the nutritionals are even better but the taste is was a bit bland. The honey mustard was ok but not great. I'm looking for any suggestions to make these patties taste better. Thank you in advance for your help.
I am going to the UK in July, staying for 2 weeks with a friend in Devon, Ilfracombe. I have never been to Europe and am wondering what to expect food wise. I am clueless so any info would be helpful. For example, what are common breakfasts, BBQ foods, are there any Starbucks or American chains?, any wierd food customs? I will be staying with my friends family so I am curious about day to day, not necessarily special occasion. Thank you for your help.
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