why would a key lime pie eclair have lemon curd filling?
YES! these recipes sound great. i tried the plain vanilla one last summer for ice cream sandwiches and it completely beat any premade vegan ice cream i'd ever had. thanks!!
i've heard of a recipe that uses yuba fried to mimic pork rinds. i've always wanted to try it but have never known where to find it... hopefully my local whole foods will also have it! anyway, this salad looks delicious!
this sounds delicious!!
yes! i've made a dish before with favas, tomato, chopped yellow squash, and lots of lemon and cumin and olive oil. i bet tahini would be a really nice addition!
what a great article! and i second the wish for kenji to tackle a vegan fresh pasta in his vegan month!
this sounds delicious and reminds me a little of some pineapple lime jalapeño popsicles i've made before. team savory breakfast ftw!
recently i had tried a recipe for flour buttercream with the granulated sugar beaten with the fat. grainy in spite of beating a long time, and the recipe had the pudding added all at once. it never stopped looking broken.
last night though i made this recipe of flour buttercream, and it turned out SO well! perfectly smooth and light and not real sweet like american buttercreams, which i'll never make again. i made it lemon flavored with zest and juice making up part of the liquid, and put it between chewy ginger molasses cookies. thank you for the great recipe!
will there be a post/slideshow this year on your cookie swap?
going to try this with coconut milk cooked down with some sugar in place of the sweetened condensed milk. yum!
this is going to be my celebratory meal once the bf and i have our own place together again. i'd need my own kitchen for something of this magnitude. it looks great!!!
if i ever stop being vegan and am in NYC, you bet your ass i'm going to eat at the swine. i love this column!
this sounds a lot like the stuffing i make every year, minus the nuts and plus dried cranberries :) i can't wait!!!
san pellegrino pompelmo is the BEST! especially great with gin.
i second @Josh Mandel with the Famous Chocolate Wafers. they're great but for some reason surprisingly expensive. i've found that the newman's own chocolate alphabet cookies are a decent replacement when you just want chocolate cookie crumbs (say, in bourbon ball cookies).
fall falvors, huh?
@thesteveroller - chick-o-sticks are great!! i wonder how they'd be dipped in chocolate... kinda like a butterfinger...
ooooh, goldenberg's peanut chews. i wish i could find them in AZ.
i think it's funny, all of the people on this site who comment saying, "that doesn't seem like 'serious eats' to me," like there was some stipulation that every recipe or idea on here has to be highbrow and labor-intensive. anything kenji (or most anyone else who writes for this site) comes up with is bound to be good and have gone through quite a bit of testing to get to the final product, so just knock it off already.
chilled avocado cucumber soup!
i wonder if a place like BevMo carries this? i'm very far from NYC so i wouldn't be able to get my hands on some from there, but it sounds interesting and i bet it would be good with gin. (same goes for the cucumber soda the article mentioned, which i've seen at World Market.)
@nikov - if it's a severed head, i'm going to be very upset.
this is a GREAT idea! i'm thinking some kind of thai peanut noodle flavor, with baked tofu. i need to get some of those jars, too!
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