due to some dietary restrictions, looking for a shortcake recipe that uses soy milk.
Knowing that the internet is rife with horrid recipes, I seek your advice. I am looking for a vegan donut recipe for my sister. Please help.
I am doing a cooking demo that needs to be tied into a movie. It needs to be a popular movie (as the cooking demo is in a bloomingdale's). The other challenge is that I don't own a tv so I can't just go out and rent a movie (although if it was on YouTube I could watch it). Please help. The last movie I saw was "Food INC." but they are looking for fictional movies not documentaries.
One could argue that they haven't been tested out, but why would anyone post a recipe particularly on a blog or a website that they've never tried? Just curious?
I am a big fan of writers like Jeffrey Steingarten, Michael Pollan, and John Thorne, and cookbooks as diverse as El Bulli to Chez Panisse cooking, but I haven't stumbled across anything recently that has caught my interest. Anybody have any suggestions?
BTW, am definitely not interested in Paula Deen or Rachel Ray books.
i am looking for great bagels in dc with little success so far. Any recommendations?
I will be going to nyc for a daytrip, and am looking for a great casual lunch place.
I am looking for a delicious granola recipe that eschews the massive amounts of sugar that I have seen in most. Anybody have an old standby they wouldn't mind sharing?
7 months into living in DC, and so far, all I have found is mediocre and truly unpleasant sushi. Where is the place to go?
I have been wanting to make gummy bears from scratch, and yet every recipe I've found online requires using Jell-O. Does anyone have a recipe made simply using gelatin?
Anybody have any recommendations on the best/most reputable/reliable online place to pick up homebrew supplies?
Anybody know where I can by vialone nano rice in dc? It is far and away my favorite type of risotto rice. I have tried Dean and Deluca and Vace, Italian deli with no success.
Does anyone else feel like this year's top chef is half-hearted this year?
1. They are in New York city with some of the most talented chefs in the world, and instead they continue to trot out their old friends Gail and Rocco as judges.
2. Why didn't they actually prepare their food on the today show? What's the point of the mock skit then?
3. Martha Stewart, the Foo Fighters--really?? Sounds like they are trying to diversify their audience at the cost of the show's quality.
4. A lot of the cheftestants seem more like real world characters than top chefs...
5. Is anyone else sick of this Catch-22: If it's simple, Tom and Padma say that it should have been more complicated, and if it's more complicated, then Tom and Padma say that it should have been simpler.
6. How about a challenge where Tom cooks head-to-head against the cheftestants? Or is his knife set as dusty as Rocco's? I understand and respect what Tom has done, but some of the challenges have been quite intense, and I'd like to see Tom put his money where his mouth is.
Is that really classic (it's not in Marcella Hazan's recipe)? And if not, how did peas end up in there?
There seems to be an overabundance of blogs, therefore I feel reticent in initiating my own. Not to mention, my posts would be sporadic (usually confined by my free time or requirements for work). However, I would still love a forum to share some of my own creations and ideas. I lean towards the whimsical (one of my published recipes is for coffee and doughnuts, with Krispy Kreme ice cream and coffee-flavored hot fudge).
I am the executive chef of a major-chain hotel with 16 years professional experience.
Has anyone volunteered in a homeless shelter? What is the food like? Is it prison grade food?
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