Father's side from West Indies and New York; Mom is from Missippi. Grew up in middle of NJ, but lived in Boston, Orlando, St. Louis, and Atlanta. Now living in Columbia, SC.
I was hoping a picture of your daughter 'helping' Daddy, probably opening the doors. Gotta get those latches!
Kenji your nephew is so cute! What's his name and how old he is?
I'm giving up Alcohol for Lent except for Sunday Morning. Considering the number of beers I found over the winter, this will be hard.
Yeah! I love this column.
+1 for Tastykate Butterscotch Krimpets. If I'm down and in a grocery store, they have a Siren call. I also go for Zingers and Little Debbie's Chocolate Rounds.
Well I wasn't Sana, but I took off my SIL's hands a stand mixer. She went on a shopping spree thinking it was something needed for a kitchen, but she doesn't cook or bake. I try to bring food when I see them.
I had the J.K Srumpy Winteruption last week. Though it did give me a warm feeling and I tasted the vanilla, it seemed to get sweeter the longer I drank it.
For Trinidad and other British West Indies, fruitcake is also served at weddings. In America it is used as the Groom's Cake. I remember for my uncle's wedding there was so much rum in the fruit (steeped for 2 months!) that the icing absorbed some of it and was starting to droop. So we gave some slices to the more rambunctious kids ;)
Everyone is seeing black eye peas nationwide is due to the Great Migration. Black Eye peas (or Hoppin' John) is a southern tradition, it might be originally a southern black tradition. But from the start of the 20th century to around 1970 black migrated up north. They brought thier traditions with them. Now with diversity, the foods are being seen everywhere.
I'm making Hoppin John (Black eye peas cooked with pork chiles, tomatoes, onions), Greens (actuall bok choy this year) and cornbread. Everything represent something: Cornbread for gold, greens for greenbacks, the peas are coins. Plus some spice and sugar to have spice and sweetness in your year.
Last item I stuck a thermometer in? It was the Turkey breast for Thanksgiving using Kenji's technique. I had given my mother a digital thermometer 5 years so she wouldn't strain reading it, but she never used it. I did and it help. Mom kept saying I should use the time x pound formula, but I trusted getting to the right tempature. MY bird came out juicy and cooked. Thanks Kenji and science!
Does the author mention M.F.K. Fisher ('Consider the Oyster')?
I want to thank Kenji for his recipes for a small crowd Thanksgiving. Because I followed your instructions and did not listen to my mother, the turkey breast came out juicy, the stuffing was browned and not soggy. Even the brussel sprouts came out good! Everyone, including my mom loved the dinner.
Ok, now you have to describe Cheerwine to the others. Closest I can come up is like Dr. Pepper but with more cherry.
I love Drunken Goat Cheese! It's a good nibbling cheese but also doesn't overpower other foods.
I have been eating the truffle crisp for about six months and I do like it. I think I like it better than the classic. The crisp does feel like it is meringue but is much sturdier and since there is not much fluff it 'feels' lighter.
1) I loved that his house is the shape of House
2) The Mary Poppins was an english muffin
3) Did the video imply the two bagels were on the batting for thesame team (you know, butter or cream cheese)?
Go Huskies! Nice to hear another from Northeasterner (class or '92). It's been awhile since I been back on campus. What is good to eat on (or more probably) off campus? Since this is your co-op what is it being applied to?
I was with it till the Ketchup critter and mustart monster. I don't need something vomitting condiments or having it go thru the nose.
I'm in Columbia, SC and I was on the phone with a client concentrating getting their equest done to notice anything else. But as soon as I got off the phone that everybody in my office was talking about. Since we are an IT and software company, we were checking all the web sites. We had this and now we have to worry about Irene. Maybe I keep that watermelon I bought at the farmers market for the weekend.
Forget the canned salmon: I want to know what canned squid taste like.
I'm seeing a lot of comments for the 'Little House' books. There is a Little House Cookbook, with all the recipes from maple candy to 'long winter' bread. I got it for Christmas one year and I still love it. That's how I know I have a great book in my hands: when I'm so imersed in the story that I'm sitting at the table with the characters eating the food with them ('Pie for breakfast? Thanks Ma Wilder!' 'Mr. Wonka? Can I have a ladleful from the choclate river too?' 'MUST FIND HONEYDUES')
When people are telling that ghost peppers are extremly hot, they mean it . Habeneros are 100,00 on the scowlville test, ghost peppers are 900,000.
I listened to the author on NPR's Fresh AIr. I knew the industrial tomato was 'a tastelss orb' but I didn't realized how bad things have gotten. Like how tomatoes shold not be grown in Florida: It's too humid, with too many insects and are liteally grown in sand, so water is wasted.
He also gave how he got the idea to investiage tomato growing practices: he was behind a truck filled with green tomatoes down a road when the truck hit a bump or pothole. Tomatoes came flying out and the author swerved from being hit. He got out of the care and looked at the dicth by by the road. Not only the green tomatoes survived the pavement to bounce into the ditch, but none had split or even bruise.
The Mcnuggets part is reason is easy: you are trying the new sauces. I'm glad they brought back the sweet chili.
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