I have some pork chops I want to brine. I'd normally do it with apple juice, but I forgot to buy it. But I do have homemade applesauce. I'm wondering if I use that and some water, do you think that would work?
Okay, so everyone is fairly familiar with Wacky cake, it's an eggless, dairy free cake leavened with baking soda and vinegar. My question is that I have no cocoa, but do have baking chocolate. I think it should work to sub in melted unsweetened chocolate for the cocoa and some of the oil, but I thought I'd bounce the idea off here.
I have a recipe for pumpkin pie that requires it being mixed in a food processor to smooth out the texture of the filling. My issue is that I don't own a food processor, and my blender carafe is broken from a move, so I need suggestions on what I could use instead.
I know you can find it in Disney World, and on the big island, but I remember having it as a kid from a shack in Connecticut. Does anyone else remember having Dole Whip in similar circumstances? And can anyone find it anywhere else?
I think that the Serious Eats community needs someone to try and review allergen-free foods (milk, nuts, gluten, etc.)
I know that someone is posting recipes for gluten-free, but there are so many processed/ready-to-eat foods that need reviewing. For example, I tried the So Delicious Almond Milk frozen dessert and was extremely disappointed!
Seriously, you need this.
There are several recipes I want to try from this site, but they require the use of a food processor, a tool which I don't have. I do have plans to get one, but in the mean time, I need suggestions about what to use instead.
Also, anyone have any ideas about the best way to make brioche without a stand mixer, because I am lacking a stand mixer as well.
So, I've been allergic to milk since birth, which has made me a pretty adept baker. I've been looking into making my own puff pastry recently, and because of the time involved, I need some input as to what I should use in place of the butter.
I really don't think that margarine will cut it, so that leaves me with lard or coconut oil/coconut butter.
Anyone have any thoughts on the matter?
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