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What Do You Think of the USDA's New 'Nutrition Plate' Replacing the Food Pyramid?

better than the food pyramid, which was just confusing...and overwhelming

Video: Guy Fieri's Thanksgiving Tips on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update

this was hilarious

Do you bring back lunch food for picky co-workers?

tell her to bring her lunch from home for two weeks
people will ask and she can just say she brought her lunch and everyone will get used to that
after the second week go out again and dont tell anyone

Why do you like to make food?

great answers you guys!!

Happy Diwali! what'd you make?

Sandra Lee New York's "First Lady"

i lol'd, twistie.

Vegetarian cooking - do I need a cast iron skillet?

My mom has been vegetarian her entire life - you can definitely get by without it, but I guess the question is why not? There's no real doubt that a cast iron skillet is useful.

Poll: Where Are You Eating Thanksgiving?

How do you tell people their food could be better?

Please, tell us where you're from...

Video: The World's Largest Gummy Worm

large gummy worms: newest bedroom craze

if you can choose a dish to represent your country

I'm Indian, but I was born and raised in the states..

USA: Cheeseburger and fries.
India: Papadi Chaat

Totinos Pizza Rolls!!

i would just use filo and wrap it really well and fry it

Mailable Homemade Food Gifts

These are great ideas, guys! Thanks!

I think im going to go with an italy theme and send her two infused oils - basil and chili... along with a lot of homemade biscotti, and perhaps ill get some wine mailed to her!

Poll: Are These Dishes Played Out?

if theyre all made well, then none of them

Movie night menu needs help!

taco bar and pudding for dessert

Cook the Book: '100 Best Vegetarian Recipes'

mattar paneer with rice =]

Cook the Book: 'Burger Bar'

JALAPENOS.
(and bacon

Why do you like to make food?

One thing I've noticed in the short 24 years of my life is that there are two people in this world: those who like to make food, and those who don't.

I'm guessing most of us here do like to make food, and I guess partially that comes from simply liking to eat. But what's the other part, for you? What else drives you to make food for yourself and others instead of going out and getting it pre-made or at a restaurant most nights?

Why do you like to make food?

Mailable Homemade Food Gifts

For my friend's birthday this year, I want to send her a package of food that I've made. She lives across the state, and I rarely get to see her!

All I can think up to send is cookies, but I definitely need more than that to send. I don't want to have to go through the trouble of putting ice packs in the box and all that - but I do want a couple of good rich things that won't spoil in the day or so it will take to ship across the state, that can make her go "Wow!".

Any ideas? Her birthday is the 28th, so I need to get on this soon!