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twoyutes7

Started cooking mostly while in college, and I am really starting to get into and enjoy it a lot more.

  • Location: New York
  • Favorite foods: Pretty much everything, a big fan of onions, asparagus, mushrooms,all types of meat, especially sausage (which i consider a gift from the heavens), love cooking with fresh ingredients, the only way to go!
  • Last bite on earth: My mother's Vodka sauce

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Memphis-Style Dry Ribs

Could these be cooked in oven then finished on the grill?

The Best Squash Lasagna

how is this made ahead of time and reheated? Has anyone tried this out before?

Win a Copy of 'Downtown Italian'

Nothing like an artichoke stuffed with bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese, garlic, parsley & lemon zest to warm the soul! My comfort food!

Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream

could you add crushed ginger snaps to this right after churning?

White Chocolate Bread Pudding

can this be made ahead of time and reheated?

Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream

Has anyone tried this yet? How did it come out?

Cook the Book: Lasagna with Roasted Cauliflower Ricotta and Spinach

Thinking about trying this one out on a vegetarian friend who also likes to eat vegan if she can. It seems a little light so i was thinking about adding some thinly sliced eggplant. Also was wondering if it would dry out if i made it earlier in the day and reheated at dinner time. I know regular lasagna comes out better this way, was a little worried about the faux ricotta drying out. Any tips?

Pizza Dough

Thanks for the responses everyone. I ended up using a ratio of 1 cup of AP flour to 5.5 cups of bread flour. (I ran out of AP and was too lazy to go back to the store).

It turned out great and i think i will be using bread flour going forward, I like the bit of chew i got using it and the crunch was still there. (Using a pizza stone)

Cook the Book: 'The Country Cooking of Italy'

Would love to start making some of my own cheese - ricotta & mozzarella to name a few!

Cook the Book: 'L.A.'s Original Farmers Market Cookbook'

I can not think of just one, my memories of farmers markets go way back. Summers on the north fork of Long Island and all that fresh food and fruit. Who doesn't live summer?