Thanks for another great article!
Great article Kenji and also @pdonphillips. Thank you for your candid reviews, it is much appreciated and the sort of thing I want to read.
I always find your column interesting. Then I crave BBQ pork. :)
This recipe sounds great. I plan to make it as soon as I can buy rhubarb at the grocer. Thanks!
I think canned/jarred baby corn is not tasty or worth the expence except to get kids interested in eating salads.
Interesting article. Thanks!
So interesting. I love to learn these kinds of things. Thank you!
Thank you! I always learn something good to know from your lab articles. :D
This is a wonderful idea. I'm going to make this with some jalepeno hot dogs. Thanks!
Thanks for another great article. Your honesty is always refreshing and interesting. Much success to you! :)
This is most helpful. I like the idea of oil and herb and then freezing flat. I do this with minced garlic but leave out the oil, breaking of chunks as needed. Thanks!
Enjoyed the article. Thanks!
Interesting article! Thanks!
A smile is on my face. So glad that you are continuing to write on SE and that the Swine is doing fine. May God continue his blessings upon you. :)
@ChocolateBe...You are right, there was an episode on "Monsters Inside Me" where a man had a steel brissle impaling his intestine.
I like to scrape the grate with a steel spatula then rub the grate with an oil soaked paper towel as Kenji has mentioned.
I believe that cheese is my most favorite food. Thanks for this interesting article. :)
I used puréed beans as a sauce for chicken enchiladas just the other day. Works great!
Great title, fun read! Thanks!
Great article! Thanks!
Always so interesting, your article is great as usual.
My heart goes out to those unfortunate employees. I hope they will be reemployed right away.
Enjoyed another great segment of your ongoing trials and successes. :D. Cheers!
I do wish that we lived nearby! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, always interesting.
Thanks, same to you all too!
Enjoyed your enthusiasm and your article. Thanks!
Enjoyed the article, thanks. :)
I've had a pair of Cutco shears for over 30 years. The door to door sales person cut a penny in half to impress, LOL! They get washed in the dishwasher and they are still sharp and cutting well.