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sarahlizzy

I love to cook and experiment in the kitchen. I have 2 kids who have been eating curry since they could eat it pureed. :)

  • Location: Florida
  • Favorite foods: Curry, rare steak, soups of any sort, and falafel.
  • Last bite on earth: A wonderfully aged steak, rare as rare can be, with some mushrooms and asparagus on the side.

The Food Lab: Introducing Vegetables Wellington, the Plant-Based Vegan Roast Even Meat Eaters Will Want

Desert Dryad - maybe try roasting up some eggplant or zucchini to replace the mushroom with? It would be a long shot and you'd be Food Labbing the Food Lab recipe, but maybe?

The Food Lab: Introducing Vegetables Wellington, the Plant-Based Vegan Roast Even Meat Eaters Will Want

This looks delicious. I won't be able to make it for Thanksgiving (not at my house for the holiday) but I'll be damned if I don't make it sometime in December. Thanks Kenji!

How Thanksgiving, the 'Yankee Abolitionist Holiday,' Won Over the South

This series is one of the BEST and most informative on Serious Eats right now. Loved reading it!

The Best Spiced Nuts From Trader Joe's

Nicole, ask and ye shall receive: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2tK4dlkF3c Also, laugh.

The Best Spiced Nuts From Trader Joe's

I always think of the Daria episode when I see a comprehensive discussion of nuts. Which is ok, because I am nuts about nuts.

How to Export Your Recipe Box When Ziplist Shuts Down

I'm going to chime in with another hope for bringing favorites back at this juncture. Since a functionality IS going away, it would be nice for you to bring it back. Most other similar websites (thekitchn.com, food52.com) have ways to save your favorites there. I don't really love having to make a new folder over on pinterest or in evernote or wherever. I liked having it here for here. :(

Tiny Ovens, Hidden Cranberries: How to Survive Thanksgiving in Paris

Burgerdogboy - did you, perchance, read the whole piece? Because ... she cites that store in this article...

Getting Tea Drunk in Japan's Sencha Paradise

This gives me such a hankering for some green tea...

Win a Copy of 'Marcus Off Duty'

My go to? Homemade chicken pot pie! It is a lot of fun to make and always a big hit. :)

For the Best Sour Patch Kids, Go to a Show

Have you considered buying a few boxes while catching a movie so you have a stash at home, to lovingly snack on, your own, your precious (shhh, I'm gearing up for the next Hobbit movie myself)?

Also, I concur. Blue is the best.

The Return of Rummy Bears: Cocktail-Inspired Drunken Gummies

This is wonderful. Some super fun options for Halloween party drinks, for sure.

21 Halloween Candies We're Hoarding

Take 5.YUM. Also, where on earth are people getting toblerones for Halloween candy? THAT WOULD BE AWESOME.

A Day in the Life: Ed Levine, Serious Eats Overlord

cara_mia: There's a small soda and beverage center in Latham, and I'm blanking on the name. You MAY be able to find it en masse there. I'll try to see what I can pull up, but if you have a yellow pages, you may also be able to find it. Was on Rt 9.

The Secrets Behind Making Incredible Matcha

This is a fantastic article - I love learning more about the processes behind things like this!

Doritos Migas With Pepper Jack Will Rock Your Morning, Hangover or Not

Daniel, it looks good to me. I like migas and sure, doritos aren't the best thing for you, but hey, sometime we all have imbibed a bit too much and good use the extra salt and cheese and spice. :)

The Food Lab: Make Your Own Just-Add-Hot-Water Instant Noodles (and Make Your Coworkers Jealous)

We hate styrofoam in this house but I secretly love cups of noodles. So this? This is absolutely brilliant.

Cider-Braised Country-Style Pork Ribs With Creamy Mashed Potatoes

This is actually a favorite recipe of mine from childhood, only elevated. So: THANK YOU. :) You've done me a great service today.

Cider-Braised Country-Style Pork Ribs With Creamy Mashed Potatoes

Seriously, this is one of my favorite meals from childhood, but elevated. THANK YOU.

Win a Copy of 'Jamie Oliver's Comfort Food'

Chicken pot pie, homemade. It is warm and comforting, and always hits the spot. :)

5 Great Fall Beers for the Pumpkin Beer Hater

My husband loves you for this post. He loves fall beers, but is not into the pumpkin spice thing, and we all know how that's going this year (TOO EARLY).

Win a Copy of 'Tacolicious'

Carnitas + radish + cabbage + squirt of lime = loooove.

Why You Should Refrigerate Tomatoes and Ignore Anyone Who Says Otherwise

Tomatoes: the most controversial topic to hit Serious Eats this week. Let's just be happy that we're not letting the tomatoes rot on our counters and then throw them at others, right?

Again, for some people (who can pick them and then immediately eat them or have access to a Farmer's Market every day), it is easy to just use it that day and no, of course, you wouldn't want to store yours in the fridge.

For the rest of us who have a longer time that we need to space our bounty out? It isn't going to hurt them that much, and you don't have to eat them! We'll be happy to. :)

Why You Should Refrigerate Tomatoes and Ignore Anyone Who Says Otherwise

I'll elaborate more: the Farmer's market here is once every two weeks. I adore tomatoes, in season. So ... I have a tendency to go overkill. But ... I can't eat ALL of those delicious things that quick. Good for preventing scurvy, bad for a varied diet.

Hearing that it is ok to put them in the fridge to extend my joy at least a few extra days? Oh this makes me feel so much better about the next time I go overkill. :)

Why You Should Refrigerate Tomatoes and Ignore Anyone Who Says Otherwise

I wish I could draw little hearts around this article.

The Food Lab Turbo: How to Make Lighter Tuna Noodle Casserole With Just One Pan (and No Knives!)

Ok, I love the story behind you original distaste, and then how you learned to rethink it. And may haps ... may haps I will try this. I too share a distaste for warm tuna. And with your different takes on it (no cheese, lemon, not so heated) make it a little more palatable to me. I'm up for this. Thanks for the suggestions!

Low-fiber HELP!

Ok, I tried to do it on my own for the first week and a half, but it looks like I'm on this for a little longer, so, HELP me SE talkers, you're my only hope!

I ended up in the hospital earlier this month for tummy issues and on release was given a low-fiber diet for at least a week. I'm struggling as I'm usually a salad and veggie person. Anyone been through this before and have suggestions? We've been doing A LOT of chicken soup and toast and what-have-you.

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