@BWong ... That is exactly the question I was left with after reading this article
I made them last night and they were great. I would love to freeze them and have them available as a quick snack in the microwave. Sound reasonable?
Do these freeze well?
Eggy Puds, you betcha :-D
If you are following along with the 2015 Thanksgiving Survival Guide or even if you are not you may be wondering where the recipe for the homemade pumpkin puree option is. So here it is ... http://sweets.seriouseats.com/2011/11/sweet-technique-making-pumpkin-puree-slideshow.html
Yay! This is good. I'll listen on my Windows Phone
Interestingly, in each case that is where ads shows up on the page.
The slide show is missing steps 3,7,11,15, and 19 ... haha :-D
Nice article :-D ... I have no experience cooking clams. I'm a little surprised that purging process has not been done before arriving at the grocery store. These look great. I think I'll try them.
I just asked the front desk of my local Giant grocery store and they had Marmite.
Okay Kenji, just made the meatloaf. Absolutely terrific! I have made a bunch of your recipes but this is my favorite :-D
Yay!! Kenji meatloaf :-D ... I have been waiting for this
Is there an economical pressure cooker that you can recommend?
I have always wanted to try making rosemary infused olive oil but warnings of botulism have scared me away from it. I wonder if drying the rosemary with this method would be sufficient to avoid that problem?
Wait Kenji, how can you say she's absolutely right without ever having tried pastrami in LA? That's not science :-)
Chicken Fried Meatballs LOL :-)
The statement I most agree with is that the diner experience is not focused on the food. Whenever I see a diner I have not tried before I like to go in. I enjoy the atmosphere of them and I like to find out how long a place has been around. Unfortunately the food is rarely very good. I usually try the meatloaf hoping that I will find a good economical place to get my favorite dish.
It seems to me that if a diner would limit the menu and just do a few things really well they could keep costs under control and still keep people coming back. Breakfast is a slam dunk ... its pretty hard to mess that up, but give me a descent meatloaf, some good chicken and dumplings, and an above average burger and fries ... that's all I ask.
This is weak! I don't expect to get great pizza by going to Dominos and I don't expect Serious Eats to outsource basic important functionality of their site.
Next year they will come up with the copper/steel bonded and grooved baking steel for $250 ... sigh!
Ha! I thought for sure that this article was going to mean that I had to replace my baking steel with a copper slab. Turns out I have to replace my baking steel with another baking steel. Darn it Kenji, make sure you don't have any more bright ideas about the 2015 baking steel before it goes into production (shaking my fist)
I don't get up to NYC as much as I would like. However, whenever I do there are a few things that I always do. These things help to ground me in the big city and make me feel at home. Grays is one of those things. Always the upper west side location. I first stumbled across it years ago when I was waiting for a space show to start at the Rose Space Center. I had a little time to kill and walked around looking for a quick bite. There was Grays, the dogs were so satisfying and inexpensive. I honestly don't think I have ever been back to NYC without going there. I always keep an eye out for a new space show too :-)
I eat alone at the bar all the time. I bring my Kindle and read or strike up a conversation with bar tender or patrons. Best thing that ever happened to eating at the bar was the banning of smoking in restaurants!
Thanks Ed, Happy New Year! :-)
Down this way (Wilmington De) we have Jakes (Way Back) burgers. they are really great. Occasionally, I get up to Philly for the shake shack burgers which are great as well (maybe even a little better). Never was a Five Guys fan.
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