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Number of Posts:57
Registered on:7/3/2009
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re: How long can you safely keep & eat deli meats in the fridge? - BreadPudding
I was interested in the OP's original question, but I see the conversation descended into trash talking without many answers. So if you're still interested: On the Boar's Head website, they recommend using within three days after purchase. It has fewer preservatives than other brands that I've s...
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re: I went on a search for Quiche recipes - BreadPudding
This is adapted from the Cook's Illustrated quiche recipe. I use ham instead of bacon, reduce the milk to 1/2 cup instead of 1 cup and add fragrant herbs. The white pepper and nutmeg are perfect for seasoning. 8 ounces smoked ham or fried bacon (about 8 slices) cut into 1/2-inch pieces 2 large...
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re: Smoking a Turkey for Dummies (Me= the Dummy) - BreadPudding
Love the Amazing Ribs method. He doesn't recommend brining anymore, so I didn't last year, and was so glad not to have to deal with brining a turkey amidst all the other cooking. Just dry rub like he recommends ahead of time. *Fresh herbs and oil under and on the skin. Oil is better for crispy ...
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re: Best Bedding Brands? - BreadPudding
100% linen sheets are a true luxury. [link=(]linen bedding[/link] These are handmade in the USA. ...
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re: The Mrs. has Celiac Disease.. is there anyone with "Good" gluten free recipies? - BreadPudding
My elderly mom was recently put on a diet by her gastroenterologist which eliminated wheat gluten, lactose, and several groups of carbs. Since I go by her house every day to cook her food, it was a challenge for me, too. For her main meal, she was quite happy with meat and veggies with either br...
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re: Anyone gluten free? - BreadPudding
Two months ago my mom's gastroenterologist put her on a diet which eliminated certain kinds of carbs, including wheat,lactose,fructose,and fructans. It immediately made her feel better, but I am exhausted from all the extra cooking. Everything except one kind of gluten-free cracker has to be cooked...
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re: How do you make your chicken salad? - BreadPudding
My mom isn't able to cook anymore, so I cook most of her food. This is one of her favorites: 2 whole bone-in chicken breasts with skin fresh herbs: thyme, sage, parsley, bit of rosemary canola oil (secret ingredient I learned about from Cook's illustrated) mayonnaise 2 green onions, chopped ...
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re: Spinach Madeline Recipe please - BreadPudding
[link=(]Revised River Road Spinach Madelaine[/link] This version uses jalapeno monterey jack cheese instead of a processed cheese. ...
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re: I'm stuck without a rice cooker. Never cooked rice on the stove. Lil help? - BreadPudding
After our second rice cooker in a year burned out, I was determined to figure out how to make perfect rice in a regular pot on the stove. My tips: 1. I use ratio of 1:1.5 rice to water. My measuring tool is a coffee cup that happens to measure one cup. 2. The pot I use is a 2 quart heavy sta...
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re: Oatmeal in a crockpot? - BreadPudding
I mix steel cut oats and water in 2 single serving oven-proof bowls/ramekins and put them in my slow cooker. The large, oval cookers are large enough for this. Then, I pour about an inch of water in the bottom of the crock and cook on low overnight. In essence you are creating a steam bath. I can ...
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re: Smoked Turkey dry rub and mop sauce recipes - BreadPudding
If you're going to go to the trouble of buying and smoking a whole turkey, try to elevate the game a little with something besides Italian dressing. At Thanksgiving, I was looking for alternatives for brine because I needed an option for a guest with diabetes and another who can't eat onions. ...
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re: Shrimp Remoulade- I just don't get the appeal - BreadPudding
I've had the recipe for Ernest Palmisano's Sauce for years. We make as is for remoulade sauce with shrimp or fish, but make it without the chopped veggies to keep in the refrigerator all the time. He served it with fried jumbo shrimp, butterflied and battered. 1 part mayo--Hellman, Blue Plate, ...
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re: Lend me your crock pot recipes! - BreadPudding
For chicken soup or stews, I have better luck using pre-cooked added in the last 30 - 60 minutes. Pre-cooked meaning the leftover roasted or smoked chicken from Sunday. Cooking raw chicken on low heat all day is not a great idea from a food safety standpoint from what I've read. Alternatively,...
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re: Lend me your crock pot recipes! - BreadPudding
Easy Barbeque Stew: Layer chopped onion, bell pepper, small, minced serrano pepper, and a bay leaf, then the pork chops* on top. If you have time, saute the veggies first, but if you are in a rush, just throw them in. Pour some low sodium beef stock over this so that the liquid isn't covering t...
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re: I bought a pre-seasoned 12 inch Lodge cast iron skillet today - BreadPudding
No soap,ever! Use a plastic mesh scrubber or stiff brush and water to scrub. When I finish cooking on cast iron, I put about an inch of water in it and let it boil while we eat. (I don't do much deep fat frying, but needless to say you would drain the oil out first). Then I pour out the exces...
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re: Need recommendations on a good winter jacket for the Mrs. - BreadPudding
I taught school for many years loved my LLBean parka. Cold,driving downpours seemed to happen right when school was over on days I had after-school duty and when I was dressed in a suit and heels for an earlier meeting. I could grab my parka in a hurry, pull up the hood, stick my hands in the hand...
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re: My daily breakfast - BreadPudding
I cook my regular steel cut oatmeal (not quick cook) in my large crock pot overnight on low heat. I use two small ovenproof bowls, probably about 2 cup sized, placed in about 1-2 inches of water. The water provides steam. Follow the box instructions for proportions of oats:water and add appl...
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re: Recipes/Advice for college student cooking - BreadPudding
Lentils cook quickly and don't require any pre-soaking. First saute some onions, celery, and bell pepper with your favorite spices. Then add some baby carrots, one pound of lentils, and a box of vegetable or chicken broth. Add water to make around 6 cups of liquid. Bring to a boil, then simmer fo...
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re: Fundamental difference between Fricassee and Gumbo - BreadPudding
When I make chicken fricassee, I use a lighter roux, less stock, no andouille, and different spices. ETA: Sometimes I don't put bell peppers in fricassee....
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re: Cabbage, what do I do with you? - BreadPudding
Roasted Cabbage: Prepare a jelly roll pan (a cookie sheet with 1/2" sides) with a sil-pat or parchment paper. Remove the 2 outermost leaves of a small cabbage and cut it in half. Sprinkle the flat sides of the cabbage with sea salt and black pepper. Place the cabbage halves flat side down on t...
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