I'm trying to save some prep time & increase the chances of my eating at home instead of getting take out. I have taken to prepounding chicken breasts & freezing in single use packages with a marinade so it flavors while defrosting - my question is do you think I can do this with buttermilk for friend chicken?
We are visiting 5 days in San Diego right before Christmas this year and was hoping I could get some recommendations for some yummy food. Staying in Mission Beach area, planning a trip to Sea World. Looking to visit Hillcrest area also. Looking to keep it in the $7-20/entree range for cost. Seafood okay, nothing too much out of box due to medical diet constraints. Breakfast lunch or dinner. Thanks in advance
Due to a recent medical diagnosis I find myself needing to drastically limit my carb intake. I have begun with trying to eliminate some of the empty carbs found in sodas, pre-made/processed food. But I would like to eliminate/reduce more in my food I make at home. Do you have any suggestions for a reputable website for nutrition info? I'm finding it hard to locate a place that shows me the carbs in a cup of rice, veggies, etc. I find lots showing the nutritional info of fully prepped meals at restaurants, etc. but I think I am going about the search wrong. Thanks in advance.
I can not click through to the article from Ask a Critic re: a meal before a Nets game & the British restaurant options. Running Windows 7 & Firefox. It gives me a Page not Found (404) error. Clicked on two other stories and they work fine.
I caught this article on Yahoo this morning about the current 10 worst food trends and couldn't agree more with all of them. What do you guys think?
I am a complete novice when it comes to certain international cuisine offerings and I am trying to be a little more adventurous in my meals. I am hoping to explore the Indian cuisine area but was unsure of a way to test out the tastes without jumping in head first. Any suggestions for experiencing some tasty Indian cuisine for a novice at home cook?
I will warn you, I am not a fan (especially my stomach) of food that is spicy hot.
My employer is kind enough every year to provide each employee a turkey for the thanksgiving holiday. I cook it every year and have always had good results but I am looking for great results and with all the talk over the last few years of brining I was going to give it a try this year. But I read somewhere that one should not brine a pre-frozen turkey, that there is already a mild brine solution on the bird. What are your guys thoughts on brining a pre-frozen, commercial processed bird.
I have a bit of a conundrum and knew my fellow serious eaters might have some suggestions for me. I am hosting an open house baby shower for my Sis-in-law in a few weeks. The food plan must be revised as it has turned from an intimate 20 people to a group of possibly 70+. I am looking at the number of people, food prices, and my budget and crying. I need some suggestions for lower cost/high yield food. One friend suggested pasta salad, strawberry lemonade, and cookies. Any other ideas?
Invites have already gone out with a note that light refreshments would be served so I can't not offer some nibbles.
I will be in Biloxi, Mississippi for a couple months for some job training.
Where to eat?
I would love some recommendations from all you Serious Eaters - Thank you!
My brother will be attending some training at the base in Jackson, Mississippi and I know the Serious Eats community could help me/him out with some recommendations:
Likes: BBQ, variety, chicken, some seafood
I am going camping in a couple weeks and was looking for some recipes to cook in my dutch oven but when I do a search for recipes I get ones for a LeCruset/Oven type. I need ones for a dutch oven with charcoal briquettes. Any suggestions/Ideas