If using canned beans, why leave out the onion and garlic? Wouldn't I still want to add flavor?
Anyone know how this sauce freezes? I just noticed that I also commented on this in 2012, but haven't made it since. My now 4 year old and 1 year old couldn't get enough. But I have a nearly full can of coconut milk leftover - I'd love to make a big batch and freeze to easily use next time.
Kenji, will you marry me?
Dare I dream that if chicken stock can be used successfully, that a good homemade veg stock would work too??
For a special occasion I always have to try something new. My other copies of Baked books are very well loved (their caramel apple cake and pumpkin bread are requested over and over again), and it's time for a new one - this one looks perfect!
NY. I'm a NYer living in DC. No contest.
This is always fun for the vegetarian, who just by nature orders a dish that's $10-15 cheaper, and doesn't share the shared appetizers that someone ordered for the table. Add in being pregnant and not drinking either. Usually someone notices the difference and automatically mentions I should pay less, but with larger groups it goes unnoticed and I end up paying close to double what I consumed.
Marshmallows. Please help me with a recipe Kenji! If anyone can help me, you can!
Eh. I'm a vegetarian and have no desire to go to McDonalds - their fries are even made with beef based flavoring. It would take more than a veggie burger to get me to go there for any reason.
OMG yes, the lemonade issue is a big one. I love fresh, and I make it myself all the time. When I was pregnant and craving it constantly, I would sometimes order it when we were out, or get it at a vending machine and it was awful. Made me want to cry. I only make it myself now.
Never thought to freeze them...good idea! I like them for sandwiches and things, so it would be nice to have them on hand.
I roast them by slicing lengthwise, you can seed the bigger ones or if you're using plum tomatoes, face up on sheet, drizzle olive oil, salt, roast at around 200 for a couple of hours.
I use them for apple pie when I'm in a rush - fill one with thinly sliced apples tossed with cinnamon and sugar and a little flour. Take another and crumble it completely, mixing it with honey until just moistened through. Use the honey graham mixture as a topping for the pie and bake.
This makes me so happy I want to shed tears of joy.
You can do disposable mini pie pans, but making them that small might screw up your crust to apple ratio...
Also, have your bf ask around in advance about what's on the table - to make sure there's no butter or chicken broth etc hiding in things that look harmless. It's better to ask in the kitchen before hand or the day in advance rather than at the table, potentially embarrassing the host, and then you end up with nothing on your plate, which is always awkward.
I always bring something that can serve as my main, and a side dish for everyone (one recent big hit was lentil "meat"balls with pesto). I also bring along a few things that are my tradition to make, since I miss being with my own family (like cranberry sauce), but we've been married as few years now and they're used to me.
Biggest pet peeve ever - places that don't have iced decaf. I'm pregnant and could live on the stuff, but too many places don't have it at all.
When I saw so many replies, I clicked on this thread, wondering if I would regret having recently ditched my popper. No regrets, but glad I clicked. Thanks for the laughs!
Again, too logical. I swear I usually have more common sense than this!
Oops... I guess that would have been the smart thing to do. :)
What kind of packaging is it in? Could it be a type of plastic container that's used? Sometimes those smell a little off to me.
You have left me speechless. I NEED this. NOW!!!
http://labanquise.com/en/ For poutine.
Marche Jean-Talon for piecing together a lunch of fun market foods - cheeses, veggies, crepes etc.
We didn't go anywhere particularly fancy, and since we were only there for a few days I was content to have croissants and crepes and cheese and other snack-like lunches. And beer.
@lorenzo - That makes sense. I had no idea that Cliff was also supposed to be from philly. Though of course if I really want to be picky, teenagers would have rolled their eyes and said "Da-ad, it's CALLED a SUB". But I'll accept the explanation as is ;)
Side question - why did he call it a hoagie if he was from NY??
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