My brother's girlfriend will be celebrating Christmas with us this year, and I have dinner, lunch, and snacks covered, but what on earth do vegans eat? I don't think she's a fan of oatmeal.
I'm getting ready to fly from NYC to TN for a music festival/ weekend camp-out session. I am wanting to bring a few food items to contribute to the pot (heh - not that kind) as everyone else going is not flying in and bringing tons of food, drink, etc. and I don't want to be a total mooch. I've tried googling but can't seem to find any specific, consistent answers. 3.5 oz or less - OK. But what about marshmallows? Hand pies? Could I/ should I just pay $15 or however much to check a box of food items?
Can anyone help me?
I read recently that Thomas Keller doesn't cook with olive oil because it's expensive and the flavor is ruined by heat. Instead he uses it like a finishing salt and cooks with canola or grapeseed oil.
As far as who it's coming from it's hard to ignore, but does any one else have strong thoughts one way or another? I buy the inexepensive stuff because of my budget, but I easily go through a really big bottle in a month or two, depending.
I work at a restaurant that has a charcuterie station and the chef offered me the fat trimmings from the Serrano. Not one to turn down anything free, I took it, but now am at a bit of a loss as to what to do with it. Can I use it to flavor soups, beans, etc. like you would with salt pork or bacon?
My valentine got me the meat grinder/sausage stuffer attachment for my KitchenAid mixer. I am so excited to use it but I don't know where to get sausage recipes! Can anyone recommend a good source? Books, websites, anything, please help!
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