Nice article! FYI, on the front page, white writing on a white background = unreadable headline
I agree. Maybe there's a lawsuit preventing SE from naming brands w/reserved reviews.
@LaurieWendy: I do the same thing, -but- I put a cork into the slot that switches the rice cooker from cook to warm, keeping it on cook till the dumplings crisp up.
Is tapioca starch the same as pudding?
We certainly won't miss someone who trashes such an excellent article. Any chance for recipes?
LOL I don't peel anything!
Can I PLEEEZE be the dog that gets the Frida steak? Pleeze?
I.Don't.Eat.Turkey. EVER! Took my newlywed SIL 5 (FIVE) Holiday dinners before she said to me: "I guess if we come to your house for dinners, we will NEVER get turkey."
I just smiled.
So VERY sorry to hear that Yuba has left. Hugs & much sympathy.
OMG!!!! ABSOLUTE FRICKIN' GENIUS!!!!!!!!!
Great Column! I agree, more ED! and - the last line of 3PM brought a tear to my eye
Right now? Pumpkin pie. After I win this book, the Huckleberry loaf pictured on the cover.
I just saw this article; it made me remember that when my mother cooked tripe, she would boil it for about 30 minutes, drain it and change the water, and she would do this 5 or 6 times throughout the day. It came out extremely tender, and no odor or funk
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Weren't they in Long Beach on Ocean Blvd. in the late 70s?
I would love to have the mussel recipe!!!!
I was so excited when they came here to Louisiana! All I can really say is they USED to be good............:-(
as an added extra when baking, brush on some maple syrup
um, where is this place?
@ vaneats: I noticed the olive salad too!
I would eat the heck out of a muffuletta with THESE ingredients for sure (these are not traditional, but probably more delicious)!
@ Mr. Nick that sounds very tasty! Thanks for the 411
@ Mr. Nick:
I'm confused; I thought beurre blanc is a white butter sauce - kombu and green tea are green.......so how did it taste?
1) Usually on the card (rarely have $)
2) ALWAYS 20% Minimum
3) Only if it can be directly attributed to the server; try
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