I cold smoke foods all the time. You just have to get the nitr*tes right, which is as simple as weighing your meat and calculating the right amount of cure to use. But it does require some degree of intelligence and common sense, so I could understand why most people wouldn't advice people on the Internet to try it ;-)
Been following Craig since at least 2007. Love you guys.
So, bacon ranch pasta salad is next, right? Because that's the pasta salad to beat all pasta salads.
I first learned about Bagna Cauda through Mr. Garibaldi...
Also I never created an account with ziplist, so I am unable to do that export either.
Why did Favorites go away again? And why can't they come back? I have about four years' worth of Favorites on this site.
And I forgot to mention, Marks & Spencers has a ton of things that will help out American festivities... Notably baking powder that doesn't cost 5 euros a box.
You forgot one other option for Thanksgiving: drive out to the suburbs where the expats have "real" ovens ;-) and turkey fryers...
I gotta say about Thanksgiving, I hardly go there anymore. The prices are INSANE - I mean, if you're living in the Marais you're used to that, but I have found things like brown sugar, American craft beer, and even Snyder's honey mustard pretzels in Monoprix, Auchan and others. Somebody should build out a web app for locating these sorts of things in Paris... Not that I'm volunteering or anything...
HOLY MOLY Andris, no KIDDING, you certainly did rework that shipping widget. $68 is MUCH more reasonable (shipping to France). Thank you!
Tyson, let me send you some real food. Message me on twitter (@phillamb168) and I'd be happy to order from any non-mcdonald's delivery restaurant for ya.
Is that a UDS on the Plumber photo?
Yep, definitely need to add France to this list.
Not to put a damper on the party or anything, but you should take that September/October "release date" with just about the biggest grain of salt you can manage. I received my Nomikus last week, TWO YEARS after backing. If it's on Kickstarter, it's going to take forever to get to you.
Ahha. So this is what has been advertised here in France as the "Chicago Classic."
I'm good, I live here already. Also if you go to Frenchie To Go, and it's too packed (which is to say, always), go around the corner to 73 rue d'aboukir and my buddy AJ always has some great stuff on the menu.
PSFam, do you have any links that show how to build one of these using the materials you mentioned?
Of course you can drill through concrete:
Maybe it's the lighting, but that canelé looks burned. A deep dark brown color is ideal, but that right there is verging on black. I notice this with NYC-area boulangerie-type posts on SE, seems that you guys like overbaking.
A fourth for Olde Mitre.
:-O $9? Even in f-ing PARIS I can get a pint of Paulaner for 5 euros / $7.
You oughta sell tickets for that dinner. It should be one hell of a show.
I knew the place you were talking about before I even saw the name or address. I used to work next door to this place, and was in there _all_ the time. May its pasta be of unsurpassed excellence and its ledger in the black for another 100 years.
Neat idea, sonictim.
Man. That looks so great.