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Read page 2 of the Using fresh pasta in a Lasagna discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Pasta food community. Join the discussion today.

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Read the Fresh pasta for lasagna, boil or no? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Pasta food community. Join the discussion today. A $60 All-Clad Fry Pan Set & Other Great Deals for Mother’s Day from Nordstrom’s Sale

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Read the Help with homemade pasta dough! discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Pasta food community. Join the discussion today.

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hope someone out there in chowhoundland can help. i'm on sisterhood for my shul. we are already working on our purim shaloch manos fundraiser. we're looking for fun shaped pasta such as chicken, vegetable, etc. the one place i came up with on-line is 'the pasta shoppe'.

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The average consensus seems to be that a 20 minute resting time is ideal, and that up to 60 minutes is generally regarded as safe as well. I have seen a few sources say that it's possible to allow the dough to rest longer - up to four hours, or even all day if you refrigerate it (which I don't want to do).

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All, Pasta recipe, 3½ to 4 cups AP flour, 4 large eggs, squirt of EVO, pinch of salt to hand knead 10 minutes. I m working on ravioli with the above and wanted your suggestions on how thick/thin the dial setting should be.

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If it was a filled, dried pasta, like tortellini, I might chuck it out. If it's just durum (semolina) and water, I'd probably go ahead and risk it. But, I also said it's probably OK to eat that pot of chili that sat out all night, too. Does rice go bad? What about dried beans/legumes? If anyone knows for sure, please post. Thanks, Adam

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These are only a few of the tales attributed to carbonara but whatever the truth, one thing is certain: Creamy carbonara and Alfredo are beloved mainstays in the culinary repertoire of not only Italian cooks but for professional and home cooks throughout the world.. Origins notwithstanding, these two sauces might appear similar at first but there are significant differences between them.

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Read the Do you serve pasta in bowls or on plates? discussion from the Chowhound General Discussion, Pasta food community. ... Share your post with your fan club! Take me to my post. General Discussion. ... because I move mine around and the slant from the base of the bowl to the rim makes it easier to pick up and not go over and out the side ...

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Kathleen Thomas, communications manager for the Food Marketing Institute, which created the Food Keeper storage guide for consumers, says that dried pasta can be kept for about two years if it’s stored in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. Thomas says that it’s most important to keep it away from moisture, as any dried good exposed to water becomes a breeding ground for harmful ...

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You could probably also just fill up a basket with Annie’s Bunny Pasta and call it a day for your thematic Easter basket. I mean, that would work for me. But if you’re up for trying a little harder, these bunny-shaped noods from The Pasta Shoppe also have the pastel palette working for them.For the exceptionally enthusiastic (or for those who require chocolate on Easter), try this recipe ...

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Well, I *thought* I got a great deal from Ebay.... I won a bid for a hand crank pasta maker for $13. HOWEVER... when I opened the priority mail shipping box, I was hit over the head with stinky, funky cigarette smoke.

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The small ravioli's that my husbands grandmother used were the Lucas brand, They lived in Newark , California and she made the most fabulous ravioli's using the Lucas ravioli's and the Golden Grain marinara sauce. Her family came around the horn from Italy and settled in the Bay area. Their last name is Milani. I hopr this helps.

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I want to try out a recipe for a beef stew which is supposed to be cooked in a Dutch oven for 2hrs at a temp of 300 degrees. I don't have a Dutch oven but I do have a stainless steel stockpot that is oven safe.

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The editor says this claim is questionable, bu that fresh hay does give a sweet and appealing fragrance to the meat. Any mild-tasting smoked or salted cut of pork would work. Ideally your hay will have been recently cut and dried in the sun, otherwise use alfalfa hay purchased from pet shops (alfalfa hay is the sweetest).

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My finance is on tough diet right now, with no grains and very little sugars and fats. Dinner is supposed to be lean protein and green veggies. No oils... I made dinner the other night, grilled chicken marinated in lemon, lime and black pepper, with steamed veggies. What can I do to kick it up?

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Not a spreadsheet exactly, but my friend used the lotsa Helping Hands website. She designated someone else to do most of the setting-up stuff, but then she would go into the calendar and post which days she wanted someone to bring her food.

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It's the ingredient that holds Australia's beloved Chocolate Crackles, together. From memory I think it's 4 cups of Rice Bubbles (maybe Rice Crispies to you), 1.5 cups of icing sugar, i cup of dessicated coconut and 4 heaped tablespoons of cocoa powder.

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Most people know that one of the "secrets" to KFC (personally, I'm a fine of the stuff) is the fact that they fry it in a pressure cooker. Now, an industrial pressure fryer is a pretty scary thing to have in the house.

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Grilled Eggplant Parm Lasagna. By Rachael Ray • April 30, 2009 Grilled Eggplant Parm Lasagna. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share via e-mail Print Article. Cinnamon is an unexpected secret ingredient in this recipe that combines two of our favorite things: grilling and casseroles! Ingredients.

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Another great eggplant recipe is Paula Wolfert's Chicken with tomato eggplant "jam". It's a Moroccan recipe and I'll post it if you are interested. It's truly delish and the eggplant melts into the sauce and can't be distinquished as eggplant. I've served it to raves from a couple of people who don't like any veg very much and hate eggplant.

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So many recipes call for adding "salt to taste", and I often find that I don't add enough. For example, last night I made lamb kofte, using 1.25 pounds of lamb, and they were decidedly undersalted - but of course I don't know how much I added - maybe a large pinch.

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I had my first encounter with eye of round roast tonight. I hate to say it but I think the roast won out. I took heart from an older thread about the CI method of salting the roast (3 pounder) for 24 hours (check), searing then slow roasting in a 225 degree over until internal temp of 115 (check) and let it sit in the oven until that bad boy hit 125 (bam!).

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Try this: Carrot Souffle. 1 pound carrots 4 ounces butter 3 eggs 1/4 cup sugar 3 T. flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. vanilla Pinch of salt. Peel and slice carrots, or use one pound bag of baby

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