"Same price as a chip n' dip"
If this were Facebook, I would like this comment.
And I could see Don Draper eating green bean casserole. Remember, Mad Men is just as much about suburbia as it is "New York."
Re:You being a former jerk. We are all works in progress. The important part is that you are making an effort.
Whenever I walk past the Lodge section at the grocery store I always have to pick up their carbon steel skillet and imagine buying it. Someday soon...
English Breakfast, tastes like Darjeeling, but she's too cute to even ask.
"Thanks for the recipe, but I'm curious - is there no vegan Kenji this January?"
January is soup month. February is vegan month. I believe. Oh, BTW,it was -4 deg F when I woke up this morning. I need soup now more than ever.
I moved out of my sister's place this weekend and left my last Sierra Nevada Celebration in the fridge. Crap.
I like Kale. It's cheaper than Brussels Sprouts.
Present for my sister. Thanks!
I thought hipster charcuterie was charcuterie made from ground Yo La Tengo fans.
Great for a potluck... or an awesome picnic!
You guys asking for stats should probably taste the difference for yourself. Yes, ultimately, that is anecdotal evidence... but in this case you are the only n that matters.
Just so everyone knows I was half kidding about the "Buzzfeedification" of the Internet. Serious Eats is definitely not the biggest offender in this regards. Serious Eats always has something I read without attention grab headlines.
It's the Buzzfeedification of the Internet.
Can't wait for the foccacia recipe!
Max, I just want to say that even though there's a lot of negativity here, I enjoy this site and your work. You can defend this site in Kenji's absence. But as soon as he gets back to work, you are never allowed to defend this site's honor again (hey, that was sarcasm if that wasn't clear).
I am finally going to make your frozen yogurt! Oh, and I want to know... will using yogurt with pectin added affect the result? The only full fat yogurt I could find was Trader Joe's, and it has pectin.
I hear that the marionberry pancakes are great for brunch in Portland.
Finally. Our national crisis has ended.
My neighbor last year grew a ton of those tiny yellow pear-shaped tomatoes. He couldn't eat all of them, so he gave my family a bunch of them. And they were delcious!
That's a good point, Cereal Eater. Everyone likes pizza. Sometimes people just need to quit being picky. People should just state what they can't/won't eat. Chances are there will be an overlap: onions, mushrooms, pork products. There will still probably be plenty of toppings to make something that can please everyone.
This looks amazing. Pineapple is only 99 cents at my market this week. Probably will leave out aleppo and use some ground Japones peppers.
I can understand why you wouldn't want to use that as a unit of measure. Not everyone lives in the US. 1 stick of butter = 8 tablespoons, FYI.
I'll pass thanks. Too many bad memories of eating it as a kid.
It's an album by Belle and Sebastian, right? Isn't basically the liquid that you marinate your ceviche in?
Remember that dressing is going to separate. When that happens, the vinegar will be on bottom and the oil will be on top. Then the garlic will just be floating in vinegar and soy. Seems safe to me.
Do the candy "Buckeyes" really have anything to do with Ohio? Other than the fact that they resemble the nut of the state tree of Ohio. We have them in the Hoosier state too.
I love the candy despite being an IU grad. I have many fond memories of the candy but my favorite was watching a friend from Korea try it. He wasn't too used to American sweets and the time. His eyes bugged out when he tried them because of how sweet and rich it was. It was great.
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