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I've shipped everything USPS priority mail, and it seems to get to its destination within 3 days (from LA to Boston is the furthest I've sent things; mailing it off first thing in the morning probably didn't hurt). No reports of anything being stale, either. I'm sure there are past threads on shipping holiday cookies, if you do a search.

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USPS’s priority mail is speedy (1-3 days) and very reasonably priced using their flat rate packaging - the small or medium box could work, or they have a legal size flexible envelope that you can slip a flat-ish package into (idea courtesy my neighborhood post office staff).

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Read the what to serve with baked beans discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Baked Beans food community. Join the discussion today.

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Yep, I always go with the priority mail box from the post office (2-3 days shipping time). Plus I will put the baked goods in a plastic Glad or Ziploc container and fill the extra space with tissue paper so they don't bounce around too much.

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canadianbeaver Jan 7, 2009 03:29 PM There's a Ukrainain place in St. Lawrence Market: Ukrainian Store Dnister 416-368-8427 I know they sell lots of things, I don... There's a Ukrainain place in St. Lawrence Market:

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At her NYC chocolate shop Stick With Me Sweets, Susanna Yoon (formerly of Per Se) makes edible miniature works of art. These colorful, marbleized, portable chocolate domes are packed with the flavors and textures of some of Susanna’s favorite desserts, which include a kalamansi meringue pie, and the vero, a silver blue bonbon that houses a mix of sea salt caramel and crunchy pecan bits.

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Read the Mail-order/Online Chinese baked goods discussion from the Chowhound Services, Chinese 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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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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Read the Mail-order/Online Chinese baked goods discussion from the Chowhound Services, Chinese 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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My local Thai restaurant uses spearmint in place of Thai basil quite often. I discovered that a few mint leaves with melon and prosciutto is nice and looks a bit fancy on the plate. It went over well at our last block party.

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I love Migas! .They are commin breakfast fare in these parts. They also adapt well to additions like chorizo. One of my favorite local breakfast tacos is migas with vegetarian (!) chorizo. I like it with a sauce made of roasted jalapeños, a little garlic, a little salt, and a little olive oil, all puréed.

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Migas. New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. jpc8015 | Jul 13, 2013 02:57 AM 4. What do you put in your migas? Want to stay up to date with this post?

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It seems like every week, I buy a big bag of spinach, and end up with about half of it left on Sundays. It's not really rotten at all, but it's starting to get old and I can tell it wouldn't really be fresh enough to use in a spinach salad.

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Read the What should i put on my taco? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking food community. Join the discussion today. A $60 Digital Air Fryer Large Enough to Fit All Those Wings, Snacks & More

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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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We kick off our new mini-season of CHOW-TO with an episode about the Instagram-famous pancakes you've definitely seen in your feed. Back before the coronavirus pandemic shuttered restaurants in New York, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros visited Tom Yang, co-founder of Japanese ice cream shop Taiyaki, to learn how to make their ridiculously fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes.

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Hello! I have been on a search that I am hoping someone here can help me with. My mother made this recipe that she got from an Avon cookbook back in the 80's, that my dad loved. All I can remember is that it was a chicken dish with I believe egg noodles and a red sauce, possibly made with paprika. Any ideas?

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lcool Jan 23, 2009 10:13 AM Yes you can.I shopped for ones with thinner pith to keep things easy.Also increased the salt 10-15% to make up for the lower acid... Yes you can.I shopped for ones with thinner pith to keep things easy.Also increased the salt 10-15% to make up for the lower acid.

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How much is a bunch? New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. Delphine | Jul 16, 2008 05:18 PM 18. I have a fairly large herb garden. A lot of my recipes call for a bunch of mint (or thyme or basil etc).

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In this episode Guillermo meets the queen of vegan cheese, Miyoko Schinner, and learns how to make a basic cashew cheese at home. They talk about the current state of the dairy industry, and how plant-based production can ultimately be its savior, and ours.

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I am looking for a tasty and economical recipe for Vitameal. The food bank I work at has a ton of it- literally- and we need to get soup kitchens to take it by providing a good recipe.

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lcool Sep 21, 2012 05:50 AM re: Gio same here,no fuss into the freezer When using a hot one I only minimally thaw to chop or slice,not so slippery. same here,no fuss into the freezer When using a hot one I only minimally thaw to chop or slice,not so slippery.

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Hi-I'm getting ready to make my usual Passover brisket, but was thinking of doing a wine/thyme marinade first. I've never done this. Usually I sprinkle paprika, black pepper, and garlic powder liberally on the meat, brown at high temp for awhile, turning once and sprinkling more of the same, then lower the temp, add vegetables, water, etc, and roast for hours.

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Pepperplate Tags. New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. ludmilasdaughter | Aug 8, 2013 12:05 PM 9. Another thread on personal recipe storage reminded me that I really need to organize my Pepperplate recipes. I'm ...

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Presumably, if you're going to pull the breast, pull the skin from its back, sides,and butt and render out the fat. Annually, we shoot about 40-50 honkers..lots go into summer sausage and a few of the smaller, young birds will get plucked.

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Dirty rice, aka rice dressing. Render the fat from the skin, reserving the crispy skin. Brown aromatics (shallot, green pepper, garlic, celery, cayenne pepper, black pepper, salt, thyme) in the fat, then add the cleaned gizzards, finely chopped, as well as the liver, etc, cut into pieces; saute until cooked through.

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Thanks - the label merely says "dried octopus" it is an entire octopus in a bag.....weighs about 6 oz and on the back it says cooking instruction: cook product until the internal temperature reaches 160 f or above. ingredients listing is octopus and salt. Steve

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We kick off our new mini-season of CHOW-TO with an episode about the Instagram-famous pancakes you've definitely seen in your feed. Back before the coronavirus pandemic shuttered restaurants in New York, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros visited Tom Yang, co-founder of Japanese ice cream shop Taiyaki, to learn how to make their ridiculously fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes.

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Skim milk will certainly curdle. I do it all the time to make sour milk for making muffins. Evap milk is really only milk that's been processed to remove half the water, that's all. I have had no trouble using skim milk to replace any of the higher fat milks and creams, unless it's richness depends on the higher fat.

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