For Superbowl Sunday, I made a huge batch of caramelized onion dip, but due to snack overload, our group only ate about half. Does anyone have any ideas/recipes to repurpose it so it's not wasted? I can't eat chips and dip for dinner every night this week.
I've decided to host a Chinese New Year's dinner party on February 14th, instead of celebrating god awful commercialized Valentine's Day. It's the year of the tiger! Who's joining me?
I'm definitely cooking dumplings, but I'd love to hear others ideas for my budget friendly get-together! What would you make for a family style Chinese feast?
I'll be visiting Chicago for the first time this Wednesday, and will be staying with a friend until Sunday. I intend to take a grand food tour of the town so I would love suggestions for must eats and foodie spots that I can't miss. Most importantly, where can I eat the best pizza and hot dogs in town?
My friends are hosting a summer slip-n-slide party, and I'd like to bring a potluck dish that matches the theme. I've already decided I'm bringing vodka soaked pineapple, but I need something to balance out the booze. Any ideas?
We're throwing a crawfish boil for a friend's birthday this weekend. Do ya'll have any suggestions for cheap side dishes we can add to the menu, besides the obligatory corn and potatoes?
Newflower Farmers Market (sibling of Sunflower Farmers Market) opened in Austin about a month ago. I finally took the trip down south to check this place out. I had heard it was similar to Trader Joe's, so naturally I was excited.
When I lived in Santa Fe for a year, I depended on Trader Joe's for cheeses, meats, breads, yummy dips, and (actually tasty) frozen dinner options. However, Newflower did not live up to these expectations today. I was disappointed with their selections of frozen and prepared foods. Not to mention, I didn't find any great bargains compared to my neighborhood HEB.
Have any of you Serious Eaters had luck with Newflower or Sunflower Farmers Market? What have been some of your best buys and favorite products of theirs?
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