I subscribe to Farm Fresh To You and got a butternut squash in my box this week. I have NO idea how to cook it, any suggestions out there? I don't have a food processor, so I can't cream anything into a soup.
I'm thowing a little party at my house tomorrow and I bought two huge hunks of marinated steaks. I've had one before and it was delicious, but I had to bake it longer than suggested since my oven's old and cracked out.
Here is my question: Will it be horribly wrong for me to cook both hunks of meat in my oven at the same time? They're supposed to take an hour a piece. Could I just raise the temp and cook for longer than usual? Will it cook at all or will my dinner party be a disaster?
I had a chicken breast. I threw it in a pan, it cooked for 9 minutes on medium - high heat. The bottom was getting brown but the middle was completely raw. I flipped it over and kept cooking until it was done in the middle. Which resulted in a burnt outside and a dry on the inside. I seriously don't know how to cook chicken. Any help??
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