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Easy Stir-Fried Chicken With Ginger and Scallions

Pie for Breakfast at Two Fat Cats in Portland, ME

@scalfin - I've never heard that before, but as a born & raised Vermonter & lifelong pie-for-breakfast kinda guy, you're dead on. (I'm partial to indoor plumbing, though.)

Easy Stir-Fried Chicken With Ginger and Scallions

This looks fantastic! If I wanted to make it a bit saucier, where do I start - just double everything but the chicken & onion? I'll be doing this in an extremely well-seasoned cast iron skillet.

This Week at Serious Eats World Headquarters

Tipsykit37 - I had a cat (the late, much-lamented Fritter) who adored fresh bread. No interest whatsoever in grocery store loaves, but I had to put my freshly baked bread in a cabinet while cooling to keep him away from it. I'm not sure how he figured on breaking through the crust - maybe lick his way through? - but slicing into a nice rustic loaf would bring him running the way the sound of a can opener does for many cats. Followed by loud, demanding meows that wouldn't cease until he got a big ol' hunk of bread.

Dinner Tonight: Open-Faced Egg Salad Sandwich With Bacon

One more anti-celery-in-egg-salad voice here. Stuffed olives, the cheapest grocery store brand, chopped up instead? Yes please. Maybe a shot of whatever hot sauce is at hand, too.

Silpain, the Silpat for Bread, Is a Welcome Addition to the Bread Baker's Kitchen

@ Teachertalk - do you not use a peel to transfer your pie to the steel?

The Food Lab: How to Make a Turkey, Bacon, and Broccoli Rabe Shooter's-Style Sandwich

As a lifelong devotee of both good sandwiches & good mustard, and an enthusiast of turkey/bacon sandwiches in particular, I strenuously & stridently object to the notion that a turkey sandwich MUST be slathered with that condiment! Mayo > mustard in this case. Even better? Salsa or pesto on a turkey sandwich.

The Best Vegan Nacho Cheese Sauce

Any chance this would survive freezing?

Taste Test: The Best Frozen Deep Dish Pizza

That shot of the DiGiorno's doesn't resemble anything that I'd identify as pizza at first sight.

There's a Spanish Chain Called Taste of America and This is What They Sell

@frackle - you know it's their tears that make VT syrup so much sweeter & better than the swill the Canadians try to pass off on us. (Same to you, New Hampshire!)

#VTMaplePride

The Vegan Experience: The Three Types of Servers

@Yeast Wrangler - I've been making wine professionally for 14 years, and can think of a half-dozen wineries in Woodinville, WA, that use or have used isinglass in that time. Not all of them are small, either (one may be owned by a large jug-wine producer now).

The Vegan Experience: The Three Types of Servers

@millions - glad someone brought up Five Easy Pieces! Hopefully this embed works. If not, find it here.

We Try All Five Burritos From LA's New Burrito Vending Machine

@monopod - maybe the company founders are just huge fans of early Sonic Youth?

Burger King Tests Facebook Fans' Loyalty With a Free Big Mac

Let's see... I'm not on FB, and I haven't been to BK in 30+ years. Win-win!

De Mole's Lighter Take on Enchiladas

These sound & look delicious! Now, how about a recipe for something similar?

We Try All the Desserts at Chili's

@AndroidUser - care to share a link or otherwise explain that webpage fix?

Grilled Spinach and Mushroom-Stuffed Beef Tenderloin

This recipe's a keeper! Made it on Christmas & it was absolutely spectacular.

The only deviations from the recipe were using fresh spinach (microwaved briefly first & lightly squeezed to remove water) & cooked on a gas grill.

Are Din Tai Fung's Soup Dumplings Worth the Wait?

So, where is the Seattle location? Even the Din Tai Fung website doesn't list it.

7 Places to Find Great Fried Chicken in Seattle

oooh, I almost forgot - Marco Polo!

7 Places to Find Great Fried Chicken in Seattle

Yeah, both are pretty great. I think the man got a raw deal on how the restaurant partnership was dissolved, but that's old news, and I'm glad he's still cooking!

7 Places to Find Great Fried Chicken in Seattle

Blasphemy! Forget Ezell's, how about the chicken now made by Ezell-his-very-own-self? Heaven Sent Fried Chicken is the place, at least if you're out in the NE part of Seattle.

Order the spicy. You're welcome!

(Sorry about the Yelp link, but HSFC's website is just a placeholder.)

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: The Baking Steel

Pepperoni, without a doubt.

Check Out Macaulay Culkin's Pizza-Themed Cover Band

Maybe he should stick to acting.

Grilling: Coke and Pineapple Glazed Ham

@Chris - a big ol' ham is pretty dense. You're just reheating it, so if you crank up the oven, the outside is going to be burnt before the inside is warm enough.

Stuffing-Flavored Potato Chips

@yuppicide - now THAT is what stuffing should taste like! Are you a northeasterner?

Malaysian commercial for Pizza Hut

This looks like some absolutely hideous pizza (just look at that crust), but I think one of the worst parts is that the "cheese" in the crust looks more like toothpaste, at least during the assembly sequence.

http://youtu.be/oV55G-drXio

Any brave Slice'rs in Malaysia able to get some real world footage for the sake of comparison? I can only hope the real thing is more appealing than the televised version.

How to Make Macaroni and Cheese Waffles

Waffled macaroni and cheese might not rank quite as high on the list of "things you must try before you die" as, say, a fresh-from-the-water oyster, or a sliver of Parmesan sliced off of a wheel that has just been opened in front of your eyes, or skinny dipping in mixed company, but it's certainly good enough that it should immediately make your list of second-tier priorities.

That is, of course, if you do it right.

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The Serious Eats Guide to Whole Grains

Grains have been a staple of the human diet for the last, oh, 10,000 years. And if you think about it properly—by which I mean with a few debatable leaps of logic and some generous omissions—grains are also basically responsible for all the best things: beer, adorable pets, beds, cheesy popcorn, and, yes, internet. In that fertile crescent-agricultural revolution-cradle of civilization sense, that is.

But have you ever listened to someone wax rhapsodic about the delights of whole grains and thought to yourself, meh? Welcome to the club that I totally just quit.

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The Crisper Whisperer: Agreeably Simple Potato Leek Soup

Though Thanksgiving is unimpeachably the best holiday, there are moments in early November when the mere anticipation of post-Thanksgiving fullness can make you full, if not ever-so-slightly comatose. At times like these, even the most devout givers of thanks need a simple, comforting dinner like this appealingly basic Potato Leek Soup. More

Equipment: How to Buy, Season, and Maintain Cast Iron Cookware

Having just adopted a French bulldog named Dumpling, I'm quickly finding out that taking care of a puppy is very similar to taking care of a good cast iron pan, and in some ways, almost as satisfying. They both require a little work, a little patience, and a whole lot of loyalty. The main difference is that in return for my investment, my cast iron pan gives me golden-brown fried chicken, sizzling bacon, corn bread, apple pies, charred hash, perfectly seared steaks, bubbly pizzas, and, yes, crisp dumplings. Dumpling the puppy, on the other hand, gives me mostly licks, chews, and a whole lot of poop. You do the math. More

Game Day Eats: 16 Wing Recipes We Love

Some people like to actually watch their football and chow down on wings in between major plays. Others (cough, me) watch the fans, waiting until they're fully absorbed in the game to make a play and snatch up every last wing all stealthy-like when nobody's looking. Either way, we've got you covered with 16 recipes—from sriracha-doused to double-fried to classic Buffalo—to keep you rich in wings all season long. More

Pizza Protips: Kneading - Converting Recipes to the Stand Mixer

What if you just found a recipe for a really interesting dough, but the instructions aren't written for your beloved stand mixer? Say you don't have a food processor or you don't want to knead by hand. Don't worry—you can convert the recipe. The two things that might change are the amount of time you knead and the order you add ingredients. More

Paulie Gee on Belief, Baltimore, and Being Your Own Boss (Part 1)

Paulie Gee's done plenty of interviews about his rise and he's even answered questions directly from Slice'rs, but he's rarely as candid as he was when he opened up to us about his amazing journey from Corporate IT Guy to Brooklyn Pizza Legend. There's a lot of pizza talk to be sure. So much, in fact, that we'll be running our interview in segments. So keep an eye out for part two next week; in the meantime, here's Paulie on the joys of opening a restaurant, the importance of hiring locally, and why he thinks more people ought to open their own business. More

Vodka Cream Sauce

The main concept behind the sauce is the addition of vodka brings out flavors in the tomatoes that are alcohol soluble, leaving a spicy, acidic mixture that is tempered with heavy cream to create a rich and vibrant sauce in the end. More

Chicken Ghee Roast

Chicken Ghee Roast has nothing to do with an oven, but 'roast' is a term that is used quite loosely in the south of India to describe a dry dish which uses more of a braising technique. The ghee adds huge amounts of flavor to this dish which is simply finger-licking awesome. More